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LeapFrog Sing-Along Read-Along


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  • An innovative reading system that engages kids' love of song and music to teach them reading skills
  • Sing-along stories use rhyme and rhythm to help kids begin to read on their own
  • Includes DVD with 12 animated music videos and 12 matching storybooks
  • Introduces short vowels, phonics skills and reading comprehension
  • Encourages creative self-expression with a wide range of music, from rock to reggae to hip-hop
  • Includes a DVD with 12 music videos and 12 corresponding storybooks
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.2 x 10.5 x 10.5 inches ; 1.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00134RPIC
  • Item model number: 20540
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 36 months - 7 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #78,191 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

LeapFrog Sing-Along Read-Along

From the Manufacturer

Set the stage for independent reading with rockin songs, loveable characters and easy-to-read stories! Children build reading skills and confidence as they sing, laugh and read along with 12 animated, musical stories. 12 matching storybooks reinforce the learning and inspire kids to read at home or on the go.

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Customer Reviews

It has been so helpful and fun to teach my boys to read.
Amazon Customer
I was looking for simple books that use only words that have the most common letter sounds.
shopper8424
They love to read the set of books and sing along to the songs.
Mae M

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143 of 155 people found the following review helpful By Cheryl S on April 5, 2010
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I was very excited to get this. I have a 3.5 and 1.5 year old. I plugged it in a pushed play. The kids were fascinated by it at first, then bored with it after about 5 segments.

I watched it with them and did not appreciate some of the ideas that the video was passing on. Value #1 I didn't agree with is being scared of the dark and monsters in the dark. To make the a sound, the video was having the characters scream when a light was turned off. I am fortunate that my kids are not afraid of the dark, never have been, and I am reluctant to show them something that indicates that they should be afraid of the dark. #2 for the i sound, it emphasized the word "ick' and said ick is the what you say when you don't like dinner. Again, we don't use this kind of language around dinner. #3 One of the characters took away another's toys, then the first character got mad and took them all back. I prefer to emphasize sharing and asking, rather than taking.

I didn't make it through all 12 segments, so cannot give a complete overview of all of it. After 5 segments, me and the kids had had enough.
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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Neatfreak on December 17, 2008
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I bought this item at a local discount store (for much less than the list price of $19.99 I have to say!), and am very happy with it. I am familiar with Leapfrog products and was expecting a high quality product, but in my view this beats the other DVDs Leapfrog has produced (though this product has a different function and does not directly compare with Letter Factory, etc- it's complementary).

The pack contains a DVD with 12 music video clips and 12 corresponding booklets. The idea is that the child picks up the songs and words and after s/he gets used to the tunes etc tries to read the booklets without the music DVD.

The stories are well planned and unfold in a specific order that progressively builds knowledge (e.g. short o, i, function of a, e, i etc.). The story content is clear and uncomplicated, with nice, big and crisp bold Arial subtitles for the song texts; the animated characters and graphics are funky, colorful and interesting but not too technicolor and visually 'loud'; the music is upbeat, in various music styles (ranging from rock to jazzy blues) and encourages singing, but it is not overwhelming and enables the child to focus on the written and spoken words.

Absolutely recommended. Will not regret!
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Stephanie Pratt on June 17, 2008
This DVD is the best of both worlds, it totally entertains my children while actually educating them. The DVD is broken into 12 segments (each with it's own book to follow along). Each segment has a cute little skit and introduces a vowel sound in a fun way. The songs are very catchy (with out being annoying) and the skits are short enough to keep their attention. Both my 4 year old and 2 year old are completely mesmerized when it's on. My 4 year old likes to follow along with the books and is starting to sound out words....what more can a mom ask for?
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Chris on July 8, 2010
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This video is good for learning the phonics sound of a letter but I don't like the examples that it is using. One segment shows that a toy is taken away and one character gets mad. Another segment shows your kids that dark place is scary.

My 3 year old and my 1 year old are never afraid of the dark and can play hide and seek with us and they can hide in a dark bedroom. After watching this video, my daughter is trying to copy the character and tells me that she is afraid when it is dark. I stopped showing this video to her right away. She can now play hide and seek with us again.

Get another videos for reading and phonics.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Avid reader on April 29, 2009
Our children (ages 3 and 4) love watching and singing along with this DVD. But even better, the cute stories have really motivated my 4 year old to read the books on her own. In a very short time we have seen a significant improvement in her reading thanks to this set. The little skits in between the songs/books on the DVD do a great job teaching vowel sounds. I highly recommend this set for any pre or beginning reader. It is a great educational product that the kids actually enjoy.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By S. Milligan on March 29, 2010
My child got this for Christmas and I was looking forward to her using it but I put it away for a while because she was not quite 3 yet. We got it out today for the first time and the first thing she said when she saw it was "are we going to watch scary monsters today?" The characters do look like monsters and they teach the short a sound by showing the charaters screaming "aaaa" in the dark each time another one of them walks up. It might not be a big deal for some but I don't want to give her something to be afraid of.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Karina Abernathy on April 21, 2010
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I think this is a very good product for kids in the mode of learning how to read, meaning kids that are ready to read or are old enough to be reading and having a little trouble. It is meant to help parents help their children learn to read, not teach the children to read in itself. No one program is going to teach most children how to read, it is going to be a combination of readiness, desire, adult help, resources such as Hooked on Phonics, Leap Frog, Sesame Street, PBS, etc. As a level headed educator and parent I find it insane that we are using what ever we can to teach babies how to read. At 2 and 3 years old childrens eye/brain coordination is not very developed. I believe it is fine for kids to learn to read by just picking it up on their own but must we continue to push reading onto babies. Babies like to be read to and when they want to learn to read they will show you they are wanting to do so.

For some of the Leap Frog products I have seen people complain about the graphics. Come on, these things are geard toward little children who could care less about graphics. One person made a comment about another Leap Frog product that beyond a 19 inch TV the graphics are all over the place. Duh, put it on a smaller TV. Why do you have your kid sittiing infront of a really large high tech tv anyway? You will never get them away from it. It's like going from a Benz to a Sentra. Put yourself in a Benz, you may never want to drive your Sentra again.

I would recogmend this program to anyone as part of your program but not the one and only thing to have. I haven't seen anything out there that meets all needs for all children. I don't feel even Hooked on Phonics could be your stand alone program.

I am speaking from a homeschooler's point of view and from a professional teacher as well.
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