LeapFrog Tag Reading System Reviews
Product Type: LeapFrog Child Development
Description:Brand: LeapFrog / Age: 4 Years+ / Type: Reading / Writing / Electronic Learning / With every touch of the Tag Reader, ... more
LeapFrog Tag Reading System ... words talk, pictures sing and stories live out loud! The Tag reading system has a small camera in the tip that 'reads' the pages aloud, giving your child the real storybook experience. With the specially printed books, characters and stories engage children and encourage a love of reading and learning.
Newest Review: ... and running. My little boy had seen his new toy arrive via Amazon and couldn't wait to use it. To get going you have to ... more
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Customer LeapFrog Tag Reading System Reviews (12)
by - written on 19/04/12, updated on 16/05/13 (Very useful, 137 readings)
I'm not usually keen on electronic reading aids for children, preferring good old-fashioned story books, but my son had seen the Tag reader advertised and it was the only thing he asked for as a present for his fourth birthday last year. The Leapfrog Tag reading system consists of a wireless chunky pen-like device that is used to 'read' special books in the range which are available to buy separately for around £8-£12 each. The unisex green reader itself cost me £29.99 from Amazon, with a pink version also available for a similar price. ===Set Up=== Setting up the system prior to first use proved to be relatively straightforward. Whilst ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/05/09 (Very useful, 228 readings)
I remember seeing an advert for the Leapfrog Tag Reader when it first came out and thinking that it seemed a rather pointless toy to buy a child. Surely you can encourage children's reading without the need to buy yet another expensive gadget? However, I will now eat my words as we have just purchased a Tag Reader for our eldest daughter! So what is a Tag Reader? Basically it's a a battery operated pen shaped object with a few buttons. The Tag reader works specifically and only with Tag books - when the Reader is pointed at the pages of the books it speaks to the child e.g. it will read the story, tell you what objects are, play music, etc depending on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/05/13, updated on 30/08/13 (Very useful, 71 readings)
My youngest boy loves books, I'll easily read him 10+ per day. When I first saw this reading system I dismissed it seeing it as a book replacement. It was only when another child bought this reading system into his Preschool that the teachers reported back that he sat with it for over an hour, carefully placing the pen on each word that it sparked interest. I wouldn't ever want it to replace his traditional books, but felt it would compliment them. So the order was placed. **What's in the box?** It arrived well packed, with the pen included - the pen is the reading system itself. A short lead to connect it to your computer. A book of samples ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/08/12 (Very useful, 75 readings)
Birthdays are always a struggle when it comes to my 4 year old daughter. She already has an ample size box of toys, that she rarely ventures through. She is currently an only child, but she prefers to sit and play with her toys with other children, so it's a real task finding something that can keep her occupied when she is playing by herself. Lydia has just completed her first year in nursery at a foundation school, where she has been introduced to the world of phonics, more and more, over the last year. She has taken a great interest in this subject, which is brilliant, as it is going to be such an important tool in her learning to read and write. When ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/07/11 (Very useful, 52 readings)
My daughter had the Tag Junior system but had got bored of the books and as it was coming up to her fourth birthday I thought that I would prefer to get her the more advanced system rather than buy her new books for the old one. I don't like to pay full price for things especially when you can't be certain that your child won't just put it on a shelf and never play with it so I started to look on ebay. I managed to get the system for £19.51 and it was new which is a bargain considering the system is supposed to cost £30 from Argos. The tag system is available in either green or pink and you can also get a case to keep it in, there are numerous different books ... Read the complete review
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