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Leapster L-MAX SW Game: Sponge Bob(Lic.)


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  • A refrigerator has just rolled off a trash barge and become the hot new restaurant Bistro Below Zero
  • Help SpongeBob collect ingredients and make a new, improved Krabby Patty sauce
  • Four exciting learning games include: Counting Claw, Conveyor Chaos, Bubble Scrubber, and Kitchen Chemistry
  • Teaches essential kindergarten and first grade reading and math skills
  • For use with the Leapster L-Max Learning Game System, sold separately
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Leapster L-MAX SW Game: Sponge Bob(Lic.) + LeapFrog Leapster L-Max Educational Game: Madagascar + Leapster L-Max: Dora the Explorer Wild Life Rescue
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.5 x 5.2 x 9 inches ; 0.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0008FUD04
  • Item model number: 30443
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 5 - 7 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #73,575 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Collect ingredients with SpongeBob to improve Krabby Patty sauce and save the Krusty Krab!

From the Manufacturer

The Krusty Krab is facing new competition and SpongeBob needs your help to collect ingredients and make a new, improved Krabby Patty sauce! Play four exciting learning games that teach essential kindergarten and first grade reading and math skills. Then plug into the TV and unlock even more learning fun! What it Teaches: * Phonics * Reading * Addition * Money * Science

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My almost 6 year-old loves this game.
Happy mom
I don't know if it is the fact that it is Sponge Bob or the game itself but my kid LOVES this game, of all his games for the LMax/Leapster this is his very favorite.
Jana Taylor
My young children (boy and girl; 4 and 6 this month) are not allowed to watch SpongeBob but that doesn't keep all three of us from enjoying this game.
aa-Pam

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41 of 42 people found the following review helpful By aa-Pam TOP 500 REVIEWER on March 22, 2006
My young children (boy and girl; 4 and 6 this month) are not allowed to watch SpongeBob but that doesn't keep all three of us from enjoying this game. It is simply one of the best Leapfrog LMAX/Leapster game cartridges that we have.

**Skills and Games**

Word Building

Arrgh. Some of SpongeBob's friendly jellyfish have letters inside them. There is a water cannon that can be used to knock the letters out. On the first level, children are shown the last two letters in a word: such as _ a t. They can `free' letters which then float up to fill in the blank to make a word such as hat, cat, etc.

[I have noticed this is helping my preschooler `get' the entire word building concept.]

Phonics and Attributes

In this silly and fun game [even mom likes!], Patrick must move around three conveyor belts collecting objects. Sometimes these objects are just anything that is `yellow' and sometimes the objects are shapes, items with start with a certain letter, items grouped and equaling a certain number of things, and in the advanced round: items which are grouped and equal to an equation such as (8-3).

Money and Addition

SpongeBob is at one of those grab-a-prize machines. He gets to try to grab something if he has the right amount of change.

[This has been great for my kindergartener and preschooler. The latter can now identify various coins, while the former is learning not only to count change (for example, that 4 quarters make a dollar) but also to count by 5's and 10's.]

Music

There is a fun section in which children can play around with instruments and sounds.

Five Stars. [A]. Better background story than most of the cartridges. Better graphics other Leapster cartridges. Lots to learn. Good humor for all ages.
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4 of 0 people found the following review helpful By Amy on May 2, 2007
My daughter was 4 1/2 when she got this. She couldn't set it down for days!! It teaches skills such as counting money, letter sounds and shapes. Throughout the game you collect different ingredients that you can use to make a secret Krabby Patty sauce, then Patrick tries your sauce and something happens to him. According to my kids, it's always something absolutely hilarious! One day I went online to find out the different combinations of ingredients and what they would do to Patrick. I came across a site for the regular (cheaper!) version of this game - not the L-Max "charge a few extra bucks for the exact same thing" game. On the site, I saw that they had a musical section for the older version. My daughter and I scoured her game to find it to no avail. Anyway, one day I finally let her play her Leapster on TV and we found the musical section! This is a HUGE letdown! She rarely ever gets to play her Leapster on TV, yet she adores the music part of the game. I really don't see why the good Leapster people would do such a thing. Had I known this sooner, I would have exchanged her Spongebob game for the older version -- and had a few extra dollars to boot!
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By my3boyz on January 8, 2006
My boys are all big SpongeBob fans, so it was no surprise that my five year old loves this game. He loves to count out the coins to play the "claw machine" game. We have about 8 leapster games and this one rates in the top two!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By boxwood100 TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 7, 2007
If you have diehard spongebob fans in your house, be sure to grab this game. It is a lot of fun for the games sake and it teaches how to count change, some math and introductory word formation. However, if Spongebob gets on your nerves when he's on television, it's worse with this game! I think of all the games we have, this one is the least challenging for my five-year-old. The Batman game provides more of a challenge and it seems to be more fun for him. This game is just okay, and isn't played as much as I thought it would be. My five-year-old loves Spongebob, but this game just isn't as much fun as some of the others, especially Letters on the Loose, Batman, Spiderman (all spelling and word formation, fantastic game!), and Number Raiders.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Happy mom on February 23, 2006
My almost 6 year-old loves this game. He doesn't even realize he's learning and we're looking forward to having his L-Max on long trips.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Laura D. Trimnal on December 29, 2006
My 6 year old daughter loves this game cartridge (several skills on one cartridge). And I love all she is learning and the self esteem it builds while playing! It has different skill levels, and the children must complete the game before "the reward" of a funny short game like "the claw". Wonderful.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Edwin T. Brooks on January 9, 2007
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We bought this cartridge for the Leapster. Our grandchildren have been using it non stop. It certainly holds their interest and was a great purchase
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amelia J. Menk Brown on October 15, 2007
We got this for our son when he was 4 and it has been a favorite ever since. There were several games that he could pick up and do immediately on his own (using the lower levels). One game, the phonics game, he wasn't able to do without some help, but it gave us a chance to work on it together. Now that he's 5 1/2, he is able to do the phonics game on his own. It's nice to see how he's grown into the game. I think we still have a couple more years left with this game, as he doesn't regularly play the games on the harder levels.

Another nice feature is that for every game that your child completes, he/she gets to collect a drop of a secret potion that they can later use to help Sponge Bob create a secret recipe. Our son LOVES collecting drops of the secret potion--he feels very rewarded when he gets a drop, and he regularly updates us with how many drops he has of each color. It's a nice little incentive that ties the multiple games together into a fun goal.
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