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LeapFrog LeapReader Interactive Human Body Discovery Set (works with Tag)


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  • Discover how the amazing human body works!
  • Includes a jumbo, 2-sided activity board, growth chart, interactive sticker sheets and glow-in-the-dark stickers.
  • Teaches human body facts, body systems and health & nutrition.
  • Ages 4-8 years.
  • Works with Tag and the LeapReader Reading & Writing System (sold separately).
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  • Product Dimensions: 0.4 x 7.8 x 9.2 inches ; 1.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B007U7LZOG
  • Item model number: 21211
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 4 - 7 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,058 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews)
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From the Manufacturer

"Listen to a human heart and find out what it does. Pore over the epidermis to learn about skin’s protective powers. Identify healthy choices through games, fun facts and silly songs. Children play along at their own pace, and then add interactive stickers to the growth chart to see how they measure up! Age 4-8 years Features Discover how the human body works, and identify its many parts and functions through play and exploration. Learn fun facts about the body systems, health and nutrition. Reinforce the learning with 40+ activities, 300+ audio responses, silly songs, an interactive growth chart and glow-in-the-dark stickers. Explore interactive pictures and play learning activities about the skeletal, muscular, digestive, nervous and respiratory and circulatory systems. Find out how the amazing human body breathes, moves, feels and more. Track your child’s growth and mark milestones with the Growing Body chart and interactive sticker sheets. Play a one- or two-player interactive board game that teaches healthy choices. About the Series The Learn through Reading Series supports reading development by providing children with knowledge-building opportunities in areas of personal interest. Learning Difference The Human Body Discovery Set teaches kids to become mindful of their bodies, health and nutrition. LeapFrog Learning Expert Jody Sherman LeVos explains: ""We wanted to create fun and interactive content for kids that teaches how the human body works and is a great teaching tool for parents."" Works With Tag Reading System and LeapReader Reading & Writing System (sold separately)"

Product Description

LeapFrog’s Tag Interactive Human Body Discovery Pack helps kids ages 4-8 learn how their bodies work and how to take care of them. More than 300 interactive responses and 40+ learning activities introduce and explain body facts, body systems, health and nutrition. This product is for use with the Tag Reader (sold separately).

Discover the wonders of the human body!

Discover the wonders of the human body in this five-piece interactive discovery set.
Learn how the different systems in your body help you feel, eat, jump, see and more!

Learn how the different systems in your body help you feel, eat, jump, see and more!
Explore the Human Body
Discover how the human body works and learn to identify its many parts and functions through play and exploration. When kids touch the human body board, their Tag Reader “talks” them through body parts and traits. As young learners begin to understand their bodies, they can be empowered to make healthy choices. Fun songs further inspire kids to take a proactive approach to their health. Dental hygiene becomes fun when they do their two minutes of tooth brushing along with the interactive song, "Brush Your Teeth." The "Washing Hands" song encourages kids to keep their hands clean, and the "Move Your Body" song emboldens them to get up and move.

Interaction Inspires Learning
Engage in play and learning fun while exploring facts about the human body, body systems (including the skeletal, digestive, nervous and muscular systems) health, nutrition and more. Silly sound effects, jokes, songs, and games help keep kids engaged and learning. With a tap of the Tag Reader, kids can hear the chart and stickers "talk" and explain fun facts about their bodies. Did you know that the three smallest bones in your body are all inside your ear? Did you know that tasty fruits have vitamins and minerals to keep your body healthy? The Tag Reader illuminates these details with rich audio content and interesting sound effects: Facts about the heart are accompanied by the sound of a heart beating. Tag’s Interactive Human Body Discovery Pack also includes a Growing Body chart and sticker sheets to personalize each child's learning. The Tag Reader interacts with the growth chart to track and announce children’s growth, and the interactive sticker sheets encourage kids to mark growth milestones (such as birthdays, losing a tooth and the first day of school).

Designed by LeapFrog Learning Experts
Engaging gameplay taps into children’s natural curiosity. LeapFrog worked on The Human Body Discovery Pack with a team of education and pediatric experts, as well as kids and parents, to ensure each fact, activity and song is age-appropriate. "We wanted to create fun and interactive content for kids that teaches how the human body works and is a great teaching tool for parents," says Jody Sherman LeVos, LeapFrog Learning Expert. By age four, kids begin to have more independence, so it’s important to equip them with tools to make good decisions. With the #1 selling Tag Reading System and The Human Body Discovery Pack, kids can learn to be mindful of their bodies, health and nutrition.

What's In The Box?
The five-piece set includes a two-sided chart, game board, interactive growth chart and two interactive sticker sheets, including one set of special glow-in-the-dark bones stickers.

Much more learning fun available in the entire TAG library!

The TAG library features more than 80 interactive books, puzzles, maps and more, organized by series: Get Ready to Read, Early Reading, Read on Your Own and Learn Through Reading


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This is a great addition to our Tag book library.
JBebe
They are great on road trips especially, but the kids really love to play with them even at home.
N. Porter
Fun way to explore and learn about the human body.
Katie Ponsford

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Nicole Alger VINE VOICE on July 24, 2012
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I gave this to my nearly 6 year old, and he hasn't been able to stop playing. He even had to bring it over to a playdate to show it off. I asked him how he liked it, and he said, "Great!" There you go-- that's a 6 year old's code for "5 stars."

We've been a huge fan of the Tag pen and books, and this one is no exception. Actually, it might be the best one that we own yet. I think that there's only one negative aspect to the Tag reading system, and that is that the Tag pen will not hold enough books. Keep that in mind if you're looking to get more Tag books. This book takes up a good chunk of the pen's memory storage, so if you already have a lot of Tag books loaded on your pen, you'll probably have to make some room.

is it worth it? Definitely. It is a kid-friendly introduction to the body. With a press of the pen, the child can learn about various systems-- the skeletal, nervous, digestive, respiratory and muscular systems. There's a "board game" that quizzes the child on what they've learned with true/false ("yes" or "no") answers. For example, the game will ask if the femur is part of the skeletal system, and if they get the correct answer, they move an extra space. This game can have one or two players, which is great because my son can play by himself or invite his younger sister, a friend, or me to join him. There are tons more that this Discovery Pack teaches-- my son has literally already spent hours playing with it, and I'm sure he has hours more before he'll even begin to get bored. He's traced the path of the digestive system. He's learning about how different animals' bodies differ from our own. He's learned about the brain being the control center of the body.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Love VINE VOICE on September 27, 2012
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I'm a bit surprised to see all the positive reviews of this product. It's definitely geared more toward older kids (ones who can read), and while it's definitely educational, I can't say it's very fun.

The set comes with a double-sided, fold-out, six-panel "book" that contains information on the skeletal, muscular, digestive, respiratory/circulatory, and nervous systems along with the skin and a large three-pane diagram of the body and a selection of games. Also included is an interactive growth chart (with songs) and stickers. Tag reader is not included (though Vine reviewers were sent one).

I was expecting it to be like the rest of the Tag books, where it contains a story and a variety of fun games. This is not like that. There's no overarcing explanation to follow along. It's just touching parts and getting the names, along with a bit of explanation. Props for its interactivity, a great way to learn without simply memorizing the names and functions. Some of the systems are presented well. Others (such as the muscular system) are so basic it was barely worth including them. The games are a bit too challenging or vague, such as body detective, which says near/far as random organs are pressed. I found the songs jarring and annoying; my son didn't care for them either. There's a lot here, but none of it seems very engaging or coherently presented in my opinion.

This is sure to be a hit if your child is already showing an interest in how the body works. Otherwise, another Tag product might be better for them. My son is six and he didn't get much of anything out of this. Maybe in a few years it will make more sense.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Amy Henry TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 26, 2012
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First off, the Human Body Discovery Pack is pretty neat...it's not book form like the other Tag products, but an accordian style board with 9 views of inside and outside the body. Skeletal, muscular, digestive, respiratory, nervous system: these are four separate pages. One is a "making healthy choices" game board, 2 pages are an up-close anatomy view, one page on skin, and one on the body's ability's to do many things. Kids can play a game (two levels), repeat sections aloud,and the others are interactive generic pages. I like it that kids are asked questions.

Age wise, this was perfect for my five year old. The pictures aren't too detailed, and not over simplified either. I'd like to think he could learn all the different names for bones, etc...but if not, at least he sees how complex his body is, and I've already used it to show him where his tummy-ache is coming from.

It also comes with a cute fold out growth chart with health reminders.

In all, the information is useful and age-appropriate.

But here's the thing: it's the TAG system itself that annoys me. When you have a TAG, you buy the device and you buy the books or games, but you aren't done. Instead of providing audio (the basis to which the entire program works) on CD, you have to install Leapfrog's setup on to your computer (which took quite awhile, even though I already had the LeapFrog Explorer). You have to connect via USB, follow the vague computer instructions and finally, slowly, download the audio to your computer and THEN download it to the TAG reader. It seems an extra hassle. I wouldn't mind it if it were on a CD, but it seems unreasonable to have to go online to get to the guts of it all, especially if you have a kid breathing down your neck eager to play.
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