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LeapFrogThe Penguins of Madagascar: Operation Plushy Rescue Learning Game (works with LeapPad Tablets and LeapsterGS)

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  • Use mathematics skills to earn LeapWorld tokens that help you uncover secret Penguins vacation photos
  • Develop your logic skills by assembling tricky puzzles to overcome gorilla-sized obstacles
  • Learn facts about endangered animals and listen to the sounds they make
  • Teaches addition, subtraction, animal science and logic and reasoning skills; 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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  • 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.
  • ASIN: B0038APDDS
  • Item model number: 39045
  • Our recommended age: 5 - 7 years
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 4 - 7 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,333 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (104 customer reviews)
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Learn addition, more than/less than, problem solving and animal facts as you build your karate skills and avoid Zookeeper Alice! Works with the Leapster Explorer and LeapPad Explorer systems.

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Learn addition, more than/less than, problem solving and animal facts as you build your karate skills and avoid Zookeeper Alice!- Use mathematics skills to earn LeapWorld tokens that help you uncover secret Penguins vacation photos.- Develop your logic skills by assembling tricky puzzles to overcome gorilla-sized obstacles.- Learn facts about endangered animals and listen to the sounds they make.- Teaches addition, subtraction, animal science and logic and reasoning skills. Appropriate for children ages 4 to 7 years (grades pre-K to 1).- Only for Leapster Explorer.

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Great game my son loves it.
Sonya
I would recommend this game very highly because of the math and she loves the games.
Kim E.
My 4.5 year old son absolutely loves this game.
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78 of 80 people found the following review helpful By pepperminta on August 31, 2010
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My son just turned 3 and has been playing on his leapster for a few months now. We have a few games and apps, but this is by far his/our favorite game. It's a fun AND funny game (gotta love those penguins) with age appropriate lessons in math in between the levels. I love the leapster b/c he can use his finger or the stylus pen (similar to my iphone - which he's always grabbing for). The math questions are simple and get increasingly difficult as you progress. He can do the easy ones himself...but as they get more difficult he needs my help. He can read and knows his numbers and simple math - so it's fun to sit down w/ him and figure out the problems. Sample math questions are:

-which is the largest group?
-which is the smallest group?
-which box has 4 wires in it?
-which box has more than 1 wire in it?
-drag 6 candies into Rico's bowl
-what number comes next in the sequences - 6, 7, _, 9

etc...

There are also shapes questions - dragging shapes into a box w/ your finger or the pen - and rotating them to fit - which is pretty neat.

All in all, I think this is the best game leapster has so far. The levels are fun, the math/shapes lessons are great, the spy music is entertaining and not annoying (for me), and your child will be using the d-pad, his finger, the pen etc. and I think it's great for their coordination.
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Bay Area Mom on July 6, 2010
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Out of all of the games that we purchased and/or downloaded for my girls' Explorers, this one is definitely their favorite so far. It adjusts the math level nicely between the 1st grade for my older daughter and preschool for my younger one. From my observation so far they seem to be challenged nicely without getting frustrated and they stay interested in this game for quite a while. They are both fans of the Penguins of Madagascar TV show, though, so that may add to their experience while playing the game.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By TemporaryTiger on December 26, 2010
My 3-year old son received the leapster recently, as well as two games for it. Wolverine and this game. In addition, the leapster includes a pets game. I was reluctant to get him this game because I had glanced at the cartoon and it was garbage. However, the game was bundled with the system.

After playing the pets game i found that it repeatedly asked to be connected to the internet and disliked it. The wolverine game was extremely violent and the actual educational aspect of it was dilluted by all the slashing.

When I reluctantly put in the Penguins of Madagascar game I was surprised to see how often the educational parts interrupted the penguin as he moved about the level karate-chopping rats. So far, the "violence" seems to be limited to animals which youd want your kids to avoid under normal circumstances (rats, cockroaches, giant crocodiles, ect.)

The game features a variety of puzzles such as counting wires to pick the right amount, which square has the most pins, (1,2,3,_) , and placing blocks where their outlines are. My favorite game so far is one where you are given 4 animal pictures and you tap them as you are given clues (which one lives in the ocean?) . I was surprised at how well my son did these games with little help.

In summary, the violence in this game is slight when compared to other explorer games geared towards boys, or video games for the wii or other consoles. The little karate-chopping that is included is overshadowed by the amount of educational games included. Lastly, the game is great for the younger players who cant add or subtract yet.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Dawna on January 2, 2013
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The game contains several violent activities (hitting, spitting candy, dropping dynamite...) that I had not anticipated given the targeted age group. The math components of the game are great, but I'm finding it difficult to get beyond the violence.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Maletchs Mommy on January 21, 2012
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We have the Leapster 2 and recently just purchased the LeapPad. I was not all that impressed with the Leapster 2 games: most of them have a great idea behind them, but need some re-working in the menu and execution (so since our cartridges will not work on our new system, I was hoping that the Explorer games would be designed better and decided to give LeapFrog another chance).... We purchased an entire library of cartridges for our LeapPad and this game (Penguins of Madagascar) is the WORST game we have purchased. The REALLY big problem with this game for me: this says for ages 4-7 (so geared towards YOUNG children) and this game is all about FIGHTING! I never would have thought that ANY company would put violence in a game that is geared towards pe-schoolers- that is absurd!! Perhaps a game where you are punching and kicking animals may be better suited for older children??- crazy as that even sounds, but pre-school aged children are very literal and trying to explain that it is a game but that it is not OK to hit EVER is very confusing. Needless to say, my almost 4 yr old is not allowed to play this, which is unfortunate since the educational level (it is supposed to be teaching logic, math, etc) is perfect for his level now-- but by the time he is old enough that I would even consider allowing him to play such a violent game- he will not benifit from the educational part (he would be way above this by then). My husband and I are really disappointed with this game, but SHOCKED would more accuately describe how we felt as we had luckily tested it without my son present.Read more ›
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