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LeapFrog Pixar Pals Learning Game (works with LeapPad Tablets, Leapster GS, and Leapster Explorer)

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  • Cartridge game works with the Leapster Explorer and LeapPad Explorer systems (sold separately)
  • Sort trash and recycling with WALL-E
  • Sort trash and recycling with WALL-E; Use logic skills to help Woody and Buzz
  • Explore Dory's ocean habitat and help find her friends; Appropriate for children ages 4 to 7 years (grades pre-K to 1)
  • Works with all LeapPad learning tablets, LeapsterGS and Leapster Explorer (sold separately); Internet connection may be required for cartridge
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 0.5 x 1.8 x 1.2 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Made in USA or Imported
  • ASIN: B004Z7H1OW
  • Item model number: 39091
  • Our recommended age: 5 - 7 years
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 12 months - 5 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,430 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (105 customer reviews)
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From the Manufacturer

Complete science and logic challenges, solve puzzles, unlock mini-games and more with WALL-E and EVE, Nemo and Dory or Woody and Buzz. Cartridge game works with the Leapster Explorer and LeapPad Explorer systems (sold separately). Sort trash and recycling with WALL-E. Use logic skills to help Woody and Buzz. Explore Dory's ocean habitat and help find her friends. Appropriate for children ages 4 to 7 years (grades pre-K to 1). Works with LeapPad learning tablets and Leapster Explorer game systems (sold separately). Does not work with Leapster or Leapster 2 game systems.

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Play and Learn with Pixar Pals

Travel the galaxy with WALL-E and EVE, swim with Nemo and Dory or embark on fun adventures with Woody and Buzz as you explore science, logic and more! This fun and engaging game has children complete science and logic challenges, solve puzzles, unlock mini games and learn about the world of astronomy and ocean science. Pixar Pals Learning Game is compatible with all LeapPad Kids’ Learning Tablets and LeapsterGS.

Join WALL-E and EVE, Nemo and Dory or Woody and Buzz in fun science adventures!
Join WALL-E and EVE, Nemo and Dory or Woody and Buzz in fun science adventures!
Help WALL-E build a model of the solar system for EVE.
Help WALL-E build a model of the solar system for EVE.
Use logic skills to help Woody and Buzz build a fort.
Use logic skills to help Woody and Buzz build a fort.
Use a level and pulley to help Buzz across the room.
Use a level and pulley to help Buzz across the room.
Help match Nemo’s ocean friends to their parents.
Help match Nemo’s ocean friends to their parents.
Pixar Pals Learning Game is compatible with all LeapPad Kids’ Learning Tablets and LeapsterGS.
Pixar Pals Learning Game is compatible with all LeapPad Kids’ Learning Tablets and LeapsterGS.

As with all LeapFrog learning games, Pixar Pals is created by educational experts and designed using innovative gameplay for a deep, effective and engaging learning experience. Pixar Pals gameplay is designed to build a foundational understanding of science, simple engineering and logic & reasoning skills which are linked to future educational success. Recommend for children ages 4-7 years old.


Teaches:
  • Sorting and classifying: Sorting and classifying objects based on size, function, or weight involves logical reasoning skills essential for learning.
  • Environmental Awareness: Encouraging children to play outdoors, to explore their surroundings and take an interest in plants, insects and animals will help them learn about their environment. In time they will learn about how our planet works and make responsible decisions.
  • Logic and reasoning skills: Logic and reasoning skills begin to develop at an early age and are used to solve problems and draw conclusions.
  • Science facts: Children learn to consider scientific facts within the domains of life science, physical science, and earth science.
  • Sea animals: Children learn to categorize animals by species, imitate their sounds and learn interesting facts about the life science.

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Customer Reviews

My 5 year old grandson loves this game.
T. DAVID
I hope he may like the Explorer at some point, but this annoying game may have put him off it for good.
Amazon Customer
Kids can have fun playing and learning at the same time.
Toula

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 23, 2012
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I don't know why everyone is saying the mazes in this game are hard to understand/do! My son is 3 1/2 and not only does he love the game but he had no problem figuring out how to unlock the keys to open the doors to the games. When he first played it I had to show him the concept of the game (on Nemo, the first of three he decided to play) and once I showed it to him he had no problem (and was able to to the others without help). Also, the instructions narrated before and during each game are very clear and explanatory. It shows where the keys are and tells you step by step how to use the functions of the game. I know some have said it was hard and confusing to figure out the mazes and their kids did not know what to do or the point of the game, but I did not find that to be true at all and neither did/does my son. All in all I can say he loves the game and has a lot of fun with it!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Kristina on December 5, 2011
My daughter just turned 5 and she loves this game. She keeps coming back to it. I agree, it is a bit harder than the other ones, but she likes the challenge. Keeps her mind occupied longer.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Justin L Anderson on October 11, 2013
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If you can get this for half the price, it is great. It is basically three 2D side scrolling video games with some puzzles. It's neat, but not for $24.00.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By mowens91 on February 4, 2013
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If you look into it, you will see that I am not the only person who has experienced this problem. For all three games, there are two puzzles that you can build. You collect the puzzle pieces by completing the games in each one of the three games. Well, when you get to Wall-e, you are only able to collect 16 out of 18 puzzle pieces. After writing to the company and reading other peoples reviews who also wrote the company. We get nothing but a generic response back. If it were just me, I would not care as much. But this is upsetting my 3 year old who doesn't understand why he can't complete the last puzzle. Guess they just don't put the quality into toys these days like they used to in the past.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By T. Ogaard on December 15, 2011
My daughter has had this game for 2 months. The micromods are still unavailable. I have contacted Leapfrog about it on numerous occasions, and I keep being told that it will be ready in "the next week or two". Still nothing.

The game itself is fun. My 3 1/2 year old daughter loves it. She's at 100% at level 3. She especially loves the planets.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By December&MayMommy on November 30, 2011
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Both my son (9) and daughter (7) love this game. They received it in October of 2011. Two months going strong. They love all of the Leapster Explorer Games.
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18 of 26 people found the following review helpful By NanaFour on November 25, 2011
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I purchased this game thinking it would provide hours of fun for my grandsons. They lost interest in it right away when they discovered they had to move through a challenging maze. You have to move through mazes that are a bit challenging before you are able to play the sorting, rhyming or matching games. This game is not one of our favorites.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By TurinThalion on May 9, 2014
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My niece and nephew are both under 5. On occasion, I am tasked with watching them. “On occasion” has become more frequent than I would otherwise want, but…family… Anyway, I live in an upstairs apartment, and also have a neighbor next door. Kids stomp. They scream to talk. Sometimes, for no known reason, they break into song and/or dance. Because their parents are worthless, they also idolize John Cena, and do their best to mimic WWE style wrestling if not constantly under a watchful eye. Discipline is not an option (see ‘parents’ and ‘worthless’ cited above. Also, ‘time out’ is not discipline, see below), and therefore, distraction is key for these visits. After my DVR managed to fill itself with Dora, Wonder Pets, and all that ilk, I decided it was time to look for other options. Given their obsession with walking off with my phone, and touching everything that has buttons, LeapPad seemed reasonable.

LeapPad 2 and a half dozen games became Xmas presents. The LeapPad is nearly indestructible. When the kiddos “set it down” on my solid oak coffee table, the LeapPad is unscathed, which cannot be said about the wood (distressed wood is in, right?). The thread that keeps the stylus attached must be some carbon fiber, spider web hybrid- it can withstand swinging, chewing, etc. My only complaint about the Pad is that it goes through batteries faster than a puppy can decimate your girlfriend’s shoe closet.

As for the games themselves, I have no complaints. The kids appear to enjoy them, and it keeps my DVR from teaching me little kid Spanish, my dog from being harassed, my neighbors from burning wicker me in effigy, and crayon off my walls. The fact that they may actually be learning something from the games is a happy secondary effect to their distraction.
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