Poor Sebby, Quincy has been going after his Tag reader for some time now, so our friends at Leap Frog were sweet enough to send Quincy her own Tag Junior. Now Quincy has sweet little Violet to help her learn to read.
It’s so cute to watch her turn the pages of her special Tag Junior books and set Violet down on them so Violet can “read” the story to her.
The Tag Junior is perfect for little hands to grasp and manipulate. Just like the other LeapFrog products we are fans of, you can sync it with the Learning Path to track progress and also personalize it with your child’s name. It’s super cute hearing Violet say Quincy’s name. It also, for the most part, keeps Sebby from trying to swipe it from her. 🙂
The Tag Junior Book Pal is easy for parents and children to use. Parents can download audio for up to five books to the Book Pal, then let their toddlers explore. Each Tag Junior board book introduces a different preschool skill – such as the alphabet, counting or social play – through 24 playful activities and more than 130 audio responses.* Open-ended questions and fun sound effects encourage children to take charge, as they touch any part of any page to bring words, pictures or activities to life. After their child has played, parents can connect the book pal to the online LeapFrog® Learning Path to see their child’s progress and get printable activities to expand the learning!
It goes without saying that we are a LeapFrog household. I really do love how their products help my kids learn and grow! Quincy loves to read stories with her Violet. We’ve already gotten her some books of her very own too! LeapFrog is always coming out with new books for her to read, so she will enjoy Violet for several years.
Thanks again LeapFrog!
Disclosure: I was provided product for the purpose of this review. No other compensation was received and the opinions here are my own.