LeapFrog® Leapster® Learning Game: Ratatouille
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- Catch, sort and cook up fun with Remy, Emile and Linguini!
- Help Remy and Emile sort food by color and food group!
- Letters are falling from the sky and Remy needs your help to catch them and make words.
- Earn recipes and help Linguini prepare a great meal.
- Teaches word building, phonics skills, sorting, matching skills, food groups and nutritional facts.
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Top Customer Reviews
Graphics are not great, but work fine. Voices are identical to those in the movie. There are 5 games on the cartridge: sorting items into categories (by color, by food group), matching items (memory game; match letters, numbers, colors, shapes), cooking (choosing ingredients, adding them to pot, mixing, setting timer, putting on icing; includes 'create-your-own-recipe'), catching things (they plop from the ceiling and Remy needs to be moved around to catch the appropriate ones), and surfing through sewers (also a catching game: catch specified items while avoiding wrong ones).
My daughter has been playing with this game for less than a week now and plays with it not for long, but 5-10 times every single day. She loves the cooking game. She figured it all out immediately and keeps going back to it all the time. (BTW, there is barely any difference between levels 1 and 3 in the cooking game.) Matching she also found easy (she doesn't know letters, but was matching them without problem whatsoever, repeating sounds as Remy was saying them), in fact maybe too easy, because she much prefers cooking. Sorting is easy to do, but concepts get harder (e.g., sort items into fruits vs. meat and beans category) so she is not into it. She likes the surfing game but doesn't do much with it. And finally, the catching game I myself find too hard on level 1 (items seem to drop too fast, I have no time to move Remy) so we haven't tried it yet.
Problems: Occasionally (rarely) our Leapster just freezes, and we have to restart the Leapster. (This could be the console problem, not the game problem.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I had to return this item. It would not work with my daughter's leapster explorer. I thought all leapster games were compatible.Published 14 months ago by Angela Ferreira
This is a great Leapster game that can be played by both young girls or boys. The kids found it very engaging. I would recommend for children ages 4-7.Published 20 months ago by Kim Joy
As long as these games are geared towards learing, their alright with me. My son Johnny enjoys this one and has a good time learning as well.Published on April 28, 2014 by Egghead-8
Our 5yr old daughter loves this game! She adores the DVD and now loves this game! She doesnt want to put it down! She gets super excited about making the recipes! (*_*)Published on August 24, 2013 by Karima Mohamed