We are stepping into the holiday season. And that calls for a fabulous giveaway!
As promised in one of the earlier posts, MomLess Mom is giving away a LeapTV and an educational LeapTV game called Letter Factory to one of the lucky readers! Awesome, right?
LeapTV and Letter Factory Holiday Giveaway
As part of my partnership with LeapFrog, this month they sent me a LeapTV and a suite of fantastic LeapTV learning games to review. Since we received one last year for review purposes, I am giving the new one away just in time for the holiday season!
Enough with the back story. What is LeapTV, in case you wonder?
It is an educational gaming console that combines body-motion, traditional gaming and educational content, for a good-for-them gaming experience that gets kids up and active while they learn and play.. wow! that was a mouthful there, isn’t it?
I have written about this wonderful LeapFrog learning product several times in the past. ‘Coz, Hello! It is that good! Read this review from last year to see why I say that…Perhaps, a video review might speak to you more. I have one of those here in this post.
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What does the LeapTV gaming system include? Good question!
- LeapTV console and Console stand
- Motion-sensing camera and Camera mount
- 1 Transforming Controller with Wrist Strap
- 6â€² HDMI cable, AC power adapter, Built-in Wi-Fi plus Ethernet port
- 16GB memory
More good news! I just got word that LeapTV is up for sale with major retailers like ToysR’Us, Walmart and Target for $59!!! Well, that my friends is a steal of a deal considering it was retailing for $150 originally! So even if you don’t win one from my giveaway, you can still purchase a LeapTV for much lower cost to put under the tree this year…
Now, as I was mentioning earlier, I did receive LeapTV and a 4 LeapTV games to review:
A few words about the games:
1. Frozen LeapTV Game (My daughter’s fav)
Here!Here! Frozen fans! Join Anna, Elsa and Olaf in a Frozen mathematics foray! Catering towards kids aged 4-7, you can either play or solo or with a friend. This game is great to learn skills like counting, subtraction, place value, 2D and 3D shape recognition, number sequence etc.
2. Doodle Craft
Designed for kids 4-7, your crafting kings and queens might find this game right up their alley! Little ones can build and paint buildings, and use sorting, memory, observation and matching skills to complete quests and unlock new areas to explore.
3. Blaze (My son is all over this)
Geared towards kids aged 3-5, this fab game puts their science, technology. engineering and mathematics skills in motion. Children get up and moving to become part of the experience with the Monster machines and chance to race against Blaze! Sounds fun, isn’t it?
4. Letter Factory (This one, I am giving away)
..not because I don’t love this game but I already own a copy ðŸ™‚ Our friends aged 3-5 would love to learn letters with this fantastic game! Play mini games at every stop at the factory to learn the name, shape and sound of every letter, build words, customize an alphabet book and more.
So what do you think? Will you guys give a shot to win this amazing LeapTV and Letter Factory Adventures game?
Okay, so there are rules
- Contest open to Canadians only, excluding Quebec (Sorry guys)
- One Winner
- Ages 18+ can participate
- There are other participating blogs giving away their LeapTV just like me. You can only win once from one blog, so we can be fair with everyone.
- MomLess Mom will be shipping the prize to the winner in a reasonable time frame after the giveaway closes. But kindly consider the shipping delays due to holiday season.
- Once again, the giveaway items are one (1) LeapTV and one (1) Letter Factory LeapTV Educational Game.
Please go ahead and enter now! Good Luck friends! ðŸ™‚
***Disclosure: As LeapFrog Mom Ambassador, I receive products, promotional items and educational material to use and share as I see fit. However, any opinions expressed by me are honest and reflect my actual experience. This contest is not in anyway sponsored by LeapFrog***