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My First LeapPad Book: Dr. Seuss's There's a Wocket in My Pocket


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  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00012TISW
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 3 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #368,600 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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Dr. Seuss's delightful creatures bring early language and reading skills to life in this interactive book for the My First LeapPad learning system. Zamp the lamp, Jertain behind the curtain and more colorful characters engage preschoolers in exciting activities, learning games, lively sounds and sing-along music. Using the LeapPad's magic pen, little learners exercise their fine motor skills to explore rhyming, identifying letters, letter sounds, story comprehension, beginning phonics and tracing. Based on the classic Seuss book, "There's a Wocket in My Pocket," it's a wonderful way to instill in your little one an appreciation for the whimsical Dr. you loved when you were young. Includes an interactive book and cartridge that pops into the My First LeapPad system (sold separately).

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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 28, 2004
We had bought the entry-level Leap Frog Pad for our son (five years old) who has autism, but he ignored the thing for months until the release of Dr. Seuss' "Wocket." His fine motor skills are not good, so it was INCREDIBLE to see him using the pen properly to touch the "Go" button when first turning a page (I showed him how but the book itself also offers an automatic prompt upon turning on the pad). This is a BIG deal (parents of children with autism will understand this), and I have never seen him using a pointing device or pen like this.

He likes Thomas the Tank Engine but did not take to the book for the pad (this is probably because we read Seuss so much and he is fanatical about Seuss while Thomas is more of a video-watching activity).I only gave this product 4 stars since one needs to flip over the book to finish the story, and that is problematic for my son. I know they save money by utilizing both sides of a book page, but the makers should rethink this since beginner-age users (normally developing or not) may have trouble doing this.

Once again, my recommendation is aimed at parents of children with autism and/or difficulty with fine motor skills, and of course, it will depend on whether he or she is so "motivated" by Seuss, but there are other pad books (Bob the Builder, Thomas, Dora). Seuss just happened to work for my son.

UPDATE: My son has moved on to the regular pad (which utilizes both sides of a book without having to flip it over). The books are less durable so we had to re-purchase one because my son did a number on it over a couple months. At times I worry that he "stims" too much with it (i.e., repeats listening to a particular, selected sound), but this has become one of his favorite toys.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Pete Vere on December 10, 2004
I think we own about half of the LeapFrog products on the market. My oldest daughter is four and this is by far her favorite! (I must also confess it is my favorite, as well as one of my wife's favorites.)

It brings together classic Dr. Seuss silliness through rhyme, as well as teaching kids to read by inventing silly creatures. The activities re-enforce the lessons in reading, rhyming and vocabulary, and these reinforcement activities are just as fun as the book's storyline.

I definitely recommend it to any parent seeking to expand their child's My First LeapPad library. You will enjoy it just as much as your children.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J. Green on December 21, 2005
I just bought the My First Leap Pad Bus for my 28 month old. She wasn't very interested in it at first and I thought I'd just wasted $25...... until we got "There's a Wocket in My Pocket" to go with it. She enjoys the story and touching the different Seuss creatures with the magic pen to hear their silly comments (we especially love the jertain in the curtain page). It's a great book and has encouraged my daughter to give some of the other My First Leap Pad books a chance.
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Great educational toy for preschoolers, heck my older daughter gets a kick out of it too. It's Dr. Seuss! Lot's of fun with words. Children will be entertained for a while. Too bad Leappads aren't made anymore. I think it's great eye, hand coordination. I know I know, leapster and explorer have better technology, but I think leappad is great for the younger children that may get overwhelmed with the more computerized choices out there.
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6 of 13 people found the following review helpful By K. Volz on September 9, 2004
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My son (3 1/2) loves the characters in the First LeapPad book series, but doesn't really enjoy the LeapPad books. The pace is s-l-o-w. The orientation is instructional -- and not very fun. The system depends on the reader pressing a green "Go" button to identify which page is active. Every page is framed by a border that is reserved for the successively located "Go" buttons. This works fine until your little pre-reader zips the stylus over the full page looking for hidden treasures and triggers a "Go" button for a different page. Then everyone's confused. If your child is used to structured learning, they'll probably like this a lot. If your child is used to the pace and interactivity of computer software, save this until they have some preliminary reading skills.
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