leapfrogreadwriteLeapFrog’s Learning Team conducted research which shows that children learn to read and write better when they experience the activities simultaneously. The company has taken this idea and developed a new reading system that includes a writing component.

The LeapReader system, set to launch June 12,  will serve  as a learn to read and write solution for children.

With LeapReader’s three experiences – learn to read, learn to write and learn through listening – children can sound out words and read sentences, write letters with interactive guidance and develop comprehension skills through audio books and music through the LeapReader library of over 150 learning experiences.

The system’s library includes over 150 learning experiences such as books, audio books, flash cards, maps, learn-to-write sets, music albums and trivia challenges. Library content  lets parents easily personalize their child’s learning journey by choosing titles based on their child’s reading level, favorite characters or learning style.

To build its LeapReader library, LeapFrog worked closely with publishing partners including Random House, Scholastic Inc. and KIDZ BOP to select audio content for the LeapReader library.

 

 

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