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LeapFrog Leapster Learning Game Star Wars Jedi Reading
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- Help Luke sky walker, Han Solo, princess Leia and Jedi master Yoda rebuild the rebel fleet and protect the galaxy from Vaders sinister plans
- Blast letters to spell words as you race through space aboard the millennium falcon
- Battle past storm troopers as Luke Skywalker by identifying upper- and lowercase letters
- Teaches letter identification, phonics skills, spelling skills and parts of speech
- Expanded play for leapster2, leapster2 players can connect online for extra games,
- Activities and rewards parents can get detailed learning progress reports through the online LeapFrog learning path
- Use your spelling strength to destroy the death star in a final, climactic battle
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The first day he had the game he was frustrated because he didn't know all the words and was running to me asking for help often. I encouraged him to try sounding out the letters and see how he could do. The second day I heard him sounding things out and trying to figure it out on his own. By day three he had mastered the game and was a general - oh was he exited - and mommy even more so - he is consistently reading three and four letter words from the game.
Thank you so much leapster - well worth the money spent.
He has come leaps and bounds in the last several weeks that he's been playing it. He has learned nearly all letter sounds, and has begun sounding out words on his own!! I am generally not a fan of video games, but this one is fun and educational!
It is set around episode 5 or 6. I have played it myself a little bit to see what it was like. They throw in small little games to assist with the main mission. These games build on vocabulary and reading skills without being in your face. Its quite ingenious and a credit to Leap Frog for the way it is subtly done. So much so he has hardly put it down since Christmas.
>> A must for a child that is a fan of Star Wars
>> Has improved his reading skills already in just a few days.
>> Interesting dialog between characters
>> Cartoony look that is faithful to the movies
<< Screen is sometimes difficult to see with faster motion
Overall if you have LeapFrog® Leapster® 2 Learning Game System - Green or the pink one, get this game for your early reader.
Thank you for reading my review.
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For someone that wants learning entertainment instead of blind pointless playing I love these games. They keep the kiddos busy while teaching them. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Denise_8
Does not work with Leapster Explorer, even though it says it does. I returned it. I wish I had read the reviews first.Published 9 months ago by Kristy Hobson
It arrived in decent time and without defect. This was a gift to a friend, so I haven't any personal reviews to give.Published on December 26, 2013 by Paige Turner
I actually forgot to review the item and I'm not sure if we even have it. So with that, I will give it 4 stars as it doesn't stand out to be a bad item and those usually stand out... Read morePublished on December 8, 2013 by Pete
This has been SUCH a fun game for my 6 year old daughter. She is a bit of a tom boy and loves Star Wars. Read morePublished on November 18, 2013 by Carly
The five year old love this- It is his favorite Leapster game. I wish they were all this good. Multiple games and the a larger overall goal which keeps him driven to progress. Read morePublished on November 3, 2013 by Liz