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Leapster Game Up
LeapFrog Leapster Learning Game Up
Use your number recognition skills to steer Carls house past storm clouds and flocks of birds on the journey toward Paradise Falls
Help Carl, Russell and Kevin dodge dangerous dogs by solving addition and subtraction problems
Unlock clues and search Muntz's blimp to rescue Kevin before time runs out
Teaches early number sense, addition, subtraction, more than / less than, sorting and classifying, spatial relationships, shapes and animals
Expanded Play for Leapster2. Leapster2 players can connect online for extra games, activities and rewards
Parents can get detailed learning progress reports through the online LeapFrog Learning Path
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14 of 14 found the following review helpful:
A litte old for my sonAug 27, 2010
By Heather Zweiback
I bought this game for my son who just turned 5 and it seemed to be maybe more for 6 and up. He doesn't play it because he says the games are too hard. I think he'll like it in a year or so though.
20 of 22 found the following review helpful:
pixar up leapster gameJan 16, 2010
By S. Hamelin
My kids loved the movie and they love their leapster games. So, this was an easy choice. My oldest is 6 and number two is 3 and they both have had a lot of fun playing this game. The boys are not always the most gentle with their things, but we've seen no damage in any of their leapster games and we started purchasing them over 2 years ago.
8 of 10 found the following review helpful:
I love Leapster!Jun 01, 2011
By K. Baird
My kids love the Leapster games, but the cartridges are often quite expensive and then often times don't work after prolonged use (most likely because little fingers get all over the prongs). Usually this can be fixed by cleaning them with alcohol. I usually watch Amazon's great prices for lower priced Leapster Games and can usually find them under $15...especially around Christmas time. The Leapster is a great game system for young kids...durable (ours has lasted through 3 children) and fun...and best of all, EDUCATIONAL! Almost every game has something educational...whether it be reading, math or or as simple as learning letters and numbers. If you read the fine print on the cartridges, you will find games that are suitable for the age you are looking for...but my older kids will still play some of their favorite games for youngsters! My older kids love the "UP" cartridge...but my 4 year old says it's too hard for him (although he loves the character).
3 of 3 found the following review helpful:
This game does not work for the Leapster ExplorerJan 12, 2012
PLEASE READ: This game does not work for the Leapster Explorer. Even thought the image says works with all Leapster systems, it does not work for the Leapster Explorer.
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
LeapFrog Leapster Learning Game UpJan 08, 2013
By Flossie K. Crowe
A very good tool for improving a child's eagerness to learn and enjoy while doing so. Pushes him or her to want to learn and have fun while doing so.
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