LeapFrog: The Amazing Alphabet Amusement Park
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Top Customer Reviews
Like most LeapFrog releases, this is done well. Scout is a fun addition to the series, though if you were expecting him to talk, forget it. He is Lily and Tad's pet dog through and through and he communicates through barking, yipping and body language. But he is a curious and also mischievous little scamp and adds a lot of entertainment value. The animation is fun to watch, the educational content is strong and the songs are generally fun and catchy.
In this adventure, Tad and Lily find themselves in a bit of a jam when Scout snatches letters from around town and buries them in their yard. They want to return the letters to their owners, but they don't know which is which. Edison, the firefly, offers to take them on the Learning Path to the Amazing Alphabet Amusement Park. But a cotton candy mishap causes Edison to get stuck to a ferris wheel. The rides at the park are all powered down and Lily & Tad must learn to recognize letter shapes, both uppercase and lowercase, in order to power them back up. They also learn about rhyming.
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I think Leap Frog could have done a better job than this.
This video makes zero sense in the context of the previous videos. In this video Tad and Lily are twins. In previous videos it seems apparent that Lily is older. I understand that they did this to make the concept appealing to both genders. In the end they ended up muddying the waters and making this a very dull video that makes zero sense when combined with the previous letter factory videos; LeapFrog: Letter FactoryLeapFrog: Talking Words Factory
Skip this video and just stick to the letter factory videos. There is no knowledge to be gleaned from this video, the songs are dull and repetitive, and the plot is weak at best.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My boys learned all of the letters by the time they learned to speak. This video along with other LeapFrog videos deserve the credit.Published 3 months ago by Sandra Zavala
Homeschooled my daughter and this was a wonderful learning tool.Published 3 months ago by Brenda L. Hoffman
My 3 year old loves this video. Watching this video has made him more interested in books.Published 4 months ago by P Reddy
Letter factory is the better video. This one is still a great video. My toddlers prefer letter factory though!Published 5 months ago by Jillian
My son loves this learning DVD. He sings it all the time! It's a perfect follow up to the letter factory as it teaches lower case letters!Published 6 months ago by Leigh&Adam
For learning letters and sounds, the Letter Factory is the BEST. But this is entertaining and has some learning value as well. My 2.5 and 4.5 can watch this again and again. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Cindi