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LeapFrog Transformers Rescue Bots Race to the Rescue

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  • Race to the Rescue with the Rescue Bots to save Griffin Rock from Dr. Morocco!
  • Features 7 missions, each with activities to reinforce the learning
  • Teaches earth science, map skills, jobs and professions, health and safety
  • Ages 4-7 years
  • Works with all LeapPad learning tablets, LeapsterGS and Leapster Explorer (sold separately); Internet connection may be required for cartridge
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Leapfrog Enterprises Explorer Game Cartridge: Transformers Rescue Bots: Race to the Rescue 39132 PC Games

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It’s time to save the day in seven daring missions with the LeapFrog Transformers Rescue Bots Race to the Rescue learning game! Join Cody's family and the Rescue Bots to save the citizens of Griffin Rock from a series of disasters. The evil genius Dr. Morocco and his legion of no-good Disaster Machines are behind the calamities, and the citizens of Griffin Rock need your help! Learn about natural disasters like earthquakes, floods, tornados and volcano eruptions, the many first-response professions, plus increase health and safety know-how while mastering interactive games. Gear up with the correct equipment before going on rescue missions, then navigate landforms and build map-reading skills while helping to direct the Rescue Bots. Jump into seven rescue missions, and be the first to arrive on the scene! Works with LeapPad Ultra, LeapPad2, LeapPad1 , LeapsterGS and Leapster Explorer (sold separately).

Use newly acquired knowledge of natural phenomena to save the day!

Use newly acquired knowledge of natural phenomena to save the day!
Learn how different tools and equipment help in different rescue situations.

Learn how different tools and equipment help in different rescue situations.
Learning Skills
Get right into the action with favorite Transformers Rescue Bots! Your child will have loads of exciting opportunities to apply new knowledge, but first, there’s some fun training to do. Little ones learn about the complexities of nature and of natural phenomena. They review a Rescue Briefing, select a mission and get familiar with using a map to better understand the challenge that lies ahead. Then it’s time to take action! The first task is to select the correct gear for the mission at hand. Once suited up, little adventure seekers head to the scene, avoiding hazards and remembering to collect Energon to power up. To complete the rescue mission, little ones must identify landforms, hazards and more. When the mission’s complete, they use their newly acquired knowledge to disable the Disaster Machine.

The LeapFrog Difference
LeapFrog has created a learning/play environment that is developmentally appropriate for children ages 4 to 7 years. Transformers Rescue Bots Race to the Rescue introduces a range of different earth science topics from earthquakes to volcanoes and thunderstorms in a non-threatening, play-based manner. Each fun-filled lesson includes basic science concepts and vocabulary terms relating to each of the new topics. Your little scientist will also be more informed about how different natural phenomena impact human communities and lives. The lifecycle of a natural disaster is animated throughout the game, and your child gets to witness how first responders—firefighters, police, emergency pilot, etc.—might react and what special equipment they use. Tips on how to be safe in an emergency are also woven into each story. Designed to help your child feel safe and empowered, they receive light exposure to an often frightening topic. "This game builds learning right into the action. As children prepare the Rescue Bots for missions and pilot them through obstacles, they learn about real life science and social studies concepts that are key to completing those rescue missions. Whether it's outfitting first responders with the correct gear, identifying areas in danger on a map or understanding the science behind natural phenomena, children explore science concepts as they navigate their way to success in this game." - Clement C., LeapFrog Learning Expert

Innovative Learning Approach
Designed by in-house educational experts, LeapFrog learning games are grounded in the latest research for the richest possible learning experience. As leaders in educational entertainment, LeapFrog combines innovation with a breadth of play patterns to delight and expand learning horizons. With Transformers Rescue Bots Race to the Rescue, your child is introduced to a core curriculum featuring Earth Science, Map Skills, Jobs and Professions and Health and Safety.

What's In The Box?
The LeapFrog Transformers Rescue Bots Race to the Rescue learning game includes the learning game cartridge and Parent Guide & Instruction Book.

Explorer learning games are compatible with LeapPad Ultra, LeapPad2 Power, LeapPad2, LeapPad1, LeapsterGS and Leapster Explorer learning game systems.

Explorer learning games are compatible with LeapPad Ultra, LeapPad2 Power, LeapPad2, LeapPad1, LeapsterGS and Leapster Explorer learning game systems.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 0.5 x 1.8 x 1.2 inches ; 1.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • Origin: Indonesia
  • ASIN: B00CG0CM3U
  • Item model number: 39132
  • Our recommended age: 5 - 7 years
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 4 - 7 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,053 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (157 customer reviews)
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My 5 year old son loves this game. He has been playing with his LeapPad at least 2-3 times a week since he got it for Christmas in 2011, but since getting this game he has played it everyday. It is a great mix of education and action. The education piece isn't reading/math focused as many of the other games are, this one is focused on logic, map skills, and natural disaster knowledge. The natural disaster piece is taught subtly by Cody and the team giving little facts or tips during game play. My son randomly told a cashier at the store the other day about how earthquakes happen when tectonic plates slide against each other ;) The game is simple to learn, but still challenging enough to keep him engaged with it for a long time. He doesn't win every round on the first try, but it is fun enough that he wants to keep trying. I would recommend this game for older preschoolers - 1st or 2nd grade if they are still interested in Rescue Bots.
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This is my son's favorite game on the leappad. Most of the games are puzzles and do not have a lot of action. He loves this game because you get to shoot at robots and put out fires. It is similar to a Nintendo game format but easy enough for a preschooler. He is so excited about it that he even dreams about it at night. I wish leappad would put out more games like this!
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While eating dinner during a thunder storm, my son asks, "Do you guys know where lightening comes from?" I asked if he wants to tell us, and he comes back with, "When ice particles like dust and stuff rub and bump together in the clouds they make static charges and that meets charges on the ground and makes lightening strikes." Said he learned that from the Transformers game, which he hadn't played in a few weeks.

He loves the game and played through a few times.
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I bought this for my son at target, so it came with an additional Rescue Bots video (the squilsh episode), which he loves. But the game itself is NOT educational! It is a basic video game. You turn the leappad on it's side and use the d-pad and A/B buttons to jump and shoot (water) to kill aliens dropping bombs, and run in a video game. It is like Super Mario Brothers with Transformers. I gave it 3 stars because my son enjoys it, but I was disappointed at the complete lack of educational value
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By Dayna on August 31, 2013
I bought this from target today! and my 5 year old son LOVES it a lot! I was worried cause the picture cover looks cheesy but the game is actually cute!
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I took my (just turned) 4 year old to the store to get a new game and he chose this one. It looked like it would be better for older kids but he REALLY wanted it and it says 4-7 years. I didn't realize it has different levels that have to be unlocked, ugh. He gets frustrated that he can't move on to something else when he gets bored and I hate that it starts completely over at the VERY beginning when we (I try to help) don't complete the "mission" or put the game down for a bit. Neither of us have had the patience to even get through level 1. I would recommend this game for kids a little older or who understand how to play true video games - jumping, shooting, running out of energy, completing levels, etc.
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My 4yr old son loves this game thus the two stars. I buy these games because they are educational however there is minimal educational value to this game. It is in fact undermining his understanding of natural phenomena. He now thinks that robots cause hurricanes and earthquakes. It would have been better if it hasn't even bothered to try to be educational and just sold itself as a 2d platform shooting game.
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As a parent who grew up with Transformers, seeing my son begin to play with Transformers is wonderful. The Rescuebots TV show is great for his age. The violence is minimal and the heroes aren't running around with guns shooting the bad guys. In order to make the show's premise to a video game introduces the Rescuebots shooting water at various disaster machines. As a parent it makes me a little wary about introducing more violence to my son's impressionable mind. (We do limit his game play of this and all other video games)
That being said, my son absolutely loves the game. It is his favorite game. He has played it through multiple time and loves to tell my about tornadoes and other things he learned in game. Perhaps my favorite experience was when my son told me, "Blades shoots mustard."
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