LeapFrog Leapster Learning Game Finding Nemo
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- Explore life under the sea in learning adventures with Nemo, Dory and Marlin!
- Select the correct number of fish to complete the mathematics problem and help you swim safely across the channel.
- Help Dory bounce through a stinging jellyfish forest by picking the best letters on which to land.
- Learn about amazing underwater plant and animal life as you cross the ocean in search of Nemo.
- Teaches phonics skills, reading skills, mathematics skills and science facts. Works only with Leapster and Leapster2 learning game systems.
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It follows the movie story line well and uses the voices from the movie. My 3 year old loves to try and find Nemo.
The book features remind me of the Leap Pad books. It reads a story aloud and allows the child to point to a word to see what it says. Even within the book feature, your child can touch the screen to "explore."
There are also 4 games that can be played. My older one likes the games the best.
Well worth the $20.00.
The games are great. They all have multiple skill levels and are fun and challenging. I often have to force my son to let his Leapster "rest awhile". His favorite game is trying to find the fish in the deep dark ocean. On level 2 words are displayed and you have to find the fish by listening for where the word sound is the loudest. Unfortunately, there are a limited number of fish, but my kid hasn't noticed, he is happy every time he finds one. And, instead of sounding out the A like they do with the other letters, they say "Ay".
The Nemo cartridge also has a hide-n-seek game which teaches comprehension skills. Various Nemo characters and props appear in bubbles and the Leapster asks a question such as "Who helped Nemo escape from the tank?" and the child would need to select the "Gill" bubble. I haven't seen logic games like that on the other cartridge we have.
Overall, the characters are cute, the games are educational and my kid loves it. I'd give this more stars if that were possible!
There is a "Find Nemo" bubble bursting game, where the player bursts bubbles with movie character pictures on them by answering movie-related questions. One of the bubbles will have Nemo hiding behind it. Yep.
Another game is sort of a touch-screen sonar search for something in the dark. The player touches the screen with the pen moving towards where the sonar sound gets louder - sort of like Marco-Pollo - until they reveal about half of a picture of a movie character. The player then guesses what movie character that is from multiple choices at the top of the screen. Yep.
Then there is the jellyfish bouncing game, where the player guides Dori following simple instructions through the jellyfish. I believe there are two levels to this game. The first level has the player touch the correct jellyfish just by following size/color instructions. From a screen of about 7 jellyfish of large and small sizes of about four different colors, the narrator will ask the player to touch the "small, purple" jellyfish. Dori then bounces onto the correct jellyfish that the player touched. The second part of the first level adds capital letters into the mix. The narrator will ask the player to touch the "large, green, L" jellyfish, for example. The second level beefs up the challenge just by throwing lower-case letters into the mix. When my son got this game on his 3rd birthday, he started with the second level which he mastered immediately.
The fourth game is probably the most challenging with two levels. It's an under the sea school crossing.Read more ›
The story part is ok, but a re-hash of the movie plot just summarized. It defaults to reading to your child from what I could tell by playing it, and a lazy kid will not be pushed to learn. I would rather have it stay silent and then if they need help they could push a button. One thing it does do well is that the words are highlighted as they are read to them. You can go to a mode where you have to read and it won't do it for you, but its not the default. There are not a lot of games on it, for the price compared to PC software, we were a bit underwhelmed at the whole thing, but will try some older rated software for leapster. She does LOVE the leapster she got for Xmas (a few days ago) but she prefers the standard games that come with it to the Nemo ones.
I rate it a 3
Most Recent Customer Reviews
fun game, keeps my daughter occupied and even better she is learning while she is at itPublished 4 months ago by kicklle
I gave it 2 stars bc it really couldn't hold my child's attention. Don't think she played it twice before not wanting it anymore.Published 6 months ago by Susie
Child loves Nemo and this game helps him to think while playing. It's good.Published 12 months ago by Poohbear