LeapFrog? Leapster2 and Learning Games

My nieces and nephews aren't allowed to watch much TV or play video games, but, due to the educational value, my brother let me get them a Leapster2 (the latest Leapster device from LeapFrog) for Christmas. They love the games and barely realize they're learning math, reading, or science skills while they play. The Leapster2 is a hand-held gaming device that you insert small game cartridges in to play. A stylus is attached for use with the touch screen and the audio is fairly high quality (there is a headphone jack, which parents should enjoy). The buttons are bigger than many game systems and the game is pretty durable, so it's great for younger kids. There are dozens of games available; right now we're offering a few of the more educational

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