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Little Leaps Grow-with-Me Learning System


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  • Baby mode and Toddler mode
  • 2-in-1 Wireless Activity Controller
  • Interactive Learning Disc with 3 Learning Games
  • Storage Case and Parent Guide with additional learning tips
  • TV and DVD required. Compatible with most DVD players (similar to a universal remote)
  • Little Leaps Grow-with-Me Learning System is NOT compatible with HDTV Systems
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.9 x 12 x 15.7 inches ; 3.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B000EIV1OM
  • Item model number: 10210
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 9 months - 3 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #65,871 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (97 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Product Description

With Little Leaps, babies learn and grow; toddlers run the show!

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The Little Leaps Grow-with-Me Learning System transforms as your child learns and grows—inspiring learning in children 9 through 36 months! The 2-mode system introduces children to fun, on-screen learning experiences that change with every touch.

In Baby Mode, the chunky buttons on the wireless controller are perfect for little hands, and the activities introduce basic concepts such as first words, colors, shapes, and emotions. When your toddler is ready, you simply flip over the top of the activity controller to reveal a directional controller, perfect for toddlers. In Toddler Mode, children take charge of the action and explore more advanced learning concepts, such as letters, numbers, counting and more.


The Little Leaps Grow-with-Me Learning System introduces children to fun, on-screen learning experiences that change with every touch

The Little Leaps interactive learning disc library is specifically designed to work with the two modes of the controller. Baby titles work only in Baby Mode and Toddler titles work only in Toddler Mode, so that your child is exposed to age-appropriate learning concepts in the correct sequence.

Stage 1: Baby Mode • Interactive learning discs begin with a special view-and-learn mode.

Stage 2: Baby Mode • Parents and baby play and learn together.

Stage 3: Baby Mode • Baby develops the skills to play and learn independently. .

Stage 1: Toddler Mode • Transform the activity controller and explore more advanced learning activities that let toddlers take charge of the action.

Stage 2: Toddler Mode • Toddlers master advanced concepts by playing engaging quiz games and activities.

In both modes, activities feature a captivating mix of puppetry, animation and live action. Every activity can be played in English, Spanish, French or German. The system comes with: a 2-in-1 wireless activity controller, interactive learning disc with three sample games, and a parent Guide with additional learning tips

The controller interacts with DVD players and can be set up for use on three different DVD players. TV and DVD player required. Compatible with most DVD players (similar to a universal remote).


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This isn't worth the headache or money!
Vicki J. Peterson
I then tried it on my Symphonic DVD player and it wouldn't work on it.
B-More Mom & Luvin' It
She's not slow or behind developmentally. it's just a boring game!
J. Parrish

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

41 of 41 people found the following review helpful By B. Lois on October 11, 2006
There are other reviews on here that complain of lengthy set-ups. It took me 3 minutes tops. I was even worried about it because I don't have a normal DVD player, we have a Sony Playstation 2. It works great! My son got this for his 1st birthday (yesterday) and I set it up today. I don't think he's really ready for the interaction yet. I was a little disappointed that there are only sample games on these disks- you have to go out and buy the games seperately. A bummer, since the system was $40. But overall, it is good so far. I'll update when my son is able to use the system better. Don't be scared off by the reviews.
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40 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Pavla Jakobs on November 18, 2006
I have a 9 month old and a 2.5 year old and since this toy claims to be for ages 9 months - 3 years, I figured it would be perfect for both of them. It can be played in baby mode with some simple big buttons for babies or in toddler mode with a joy stick. You can purchase games for either mode.

Our baby has been playing with it in baby mode and there are several nice games available for that.

The toddler mode is disappointing though. First of all, there's only 1 game available for toddler mode. Second, the joy stick is a bit hard to use. Even I sometimes have a hard time getting it to select something. There's a bit of a delay between selecting something and your selection showing up on the tv, so you have to have the patience to move the joy stick and wait for a bit. That's tough for a toddler to do. The toddler game that we have is also very simplistic. We have computer games for him that are more interactive than that. If you have a computer, I'd recommend just getting some toddler computer games instead.

On the plus side, set-up was very easy for us and we don't have a major brand name dvd player.
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By AubreySivard on October 11, 2006
We got it as an early b-day present. It took me less than 5 minutes to set up(and I have a nontradional dvd player-its built into my tv). The girls love it both can easily operate it(they are 11 months old). Jazzy has started saying duck because of it. Hopefully more words will follow. I do suggest buying one of the other disc when you buy the system(we got Say it Baby and love it). I am suggesting it to all of my friends for Christmas and will most likely buy more discs soon!
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By L.C. on December 7, 2006
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We saw the commercial for this toy, but are a bit disapointed after receiving it and getting it set-up. First, regarding set-up -- skip the "Quick Set-Up Guide." The "Quick Set-Up Guide" leaves out an important step -- press the big, red button while the green light is still flashing. Save yourself the frustration. Put in the DVD that comes with the system, and follow the set-up guide on the DVD (you'll need to have the quick set-up codes for your DVD player ready). That said, we did manage to get it set-up after some frustration. Set-up took more than 5 minutes, though! It works fine with our Cyberhome DVD player. The "game controller" is basically a remote control of sorts for your DVD player. The "game" (DVD) operates on a pause/play basis. The DVD will play for a few minutes, showing your child some new concepts, and then, it will pause and ask your child to press a button to continue/help/hear the answer/etc. Your child can press any of 3 large colorful buttons on the "game controller" to get the "game" to continue. The yellow button slides a bit. The blue button is similar to a light switch -- it can be pushed up or down, and is used for scrolling through items on the DVD/game menus. The red button is a standard button, and is used for selecting items from the menus. The problem with the "game" is that it's slow. Baby has to watch several minutes of the program and wait to be asked to press a button (any button will do). My 17 1/2 month old doesn't have the patience to sit, watch, and wait to be asked to press a button. She wants to press all the buttons all the time right now! She pressed the buttons like she was playing the piano until she was tired of that, and then, had more fun climbing all over me like I was a jungle gym as we sat on the couch together.Read more ›
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Dixie on February 7, 2007
My son is 16 months old and has been using it since Christmas. He really enjoys the interactive play, and I feel it offers a better use of time over a regular video. The discs are basically DVD games that require them to push one button to continue to play (in baby mode). Therefore, there IS a delay when you push the button, but I don't feel it dampens the experience.

Since it works like a universal remote, it has to be set up like one by entering codes. Unfortunately, my husband set it up wrong the first time so now I always have to switch the language when I turn it on. I do wish it came with a play disc, not a demo disc. Also, the discs should be cheaper (closer to the $12 range for the amount of content). One great feature of the baby discs is that if there is no input for a set period of time, the unit will go to the next activity to stimulate interest. Overall a great system, despite a few drawbacks.

Advantages: Works for both babies and toddlers, great interactive play with engaging characters, wireless controller.

Disadvantages: Limited library (3 baby discs and 3 toddler discs, total), expensive discs, difficulty of setup.

Note: I just got him the "Thomas" disc, and unfortunately, it is for 24 months and up. There is no "baby" or "watch-and-learn" mode, and he just cannot figure out when to press the button and when to use the joystick. It also plays only in English, unlike the other discs. I don't think he'll be ready for this for a few more months.
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