LeapFrog Leapster Learning Game Batman
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LeapFrog LFC21152 NEW! Leapster The Batman: Strength in Numbers
Appropriate For Ages 5 to 7 Years
Help Batman save Gotham City! Fend off the villians tormenting the city and retrieve stolen collectibles as you build mathematics skills for kindergarten through first grade.
What it Teaches
- Odd and even numbers
- Amazon Sales Rank: #412 in Toys & Games
- Brand: LeapFrog
- Model: 21152
- Released on: 2007-06-07
- ESRB Rating: Everyone
- Number of items: 1
- Dimensions: 1.30" h x 8.70" w x 5.30" l, .20 pounds
- Help Batman defeat the villains of Gotham City by wielding your powerful mathematics skills!
- Batman is relying on your skip counting prowess to help him move through the funhouse to stop The Joker's latest evil plan.
- Focus your skills with shapes and mathematics to help Batman stop Firefly from stealing a valuable laser.
- Recover stolen diamonds by using your red-hot addition and subtraction skills to help Batman defeat Mr. Freeze.
- Teaches odd and even numbers, counting, skip counting, addition and subtraction.
From the Manufacturer
Help Batman save Gotham City! Fend off the villains tormenting the city and retrieve stolen collectibles as you build mathematics skills for kindergarten through first grade. Leapster2 players can connect online for extra activities and rewards. And with the LeapFrog® Learning Path, parents can see what their child is learning. Appropriate for ages 4 years to 8 years. All Leapster games work with all Leapster systems.
great educational tool
My son sat in the back of the car yesterday counting all the way to 100 by two's...very impressive. When I asked if he learned to do that in school he said no - that he had learned to do it from his batman leapster game. Enough of a selling point for me!
Fun, engaging, and educational.
My boys just turned 5 and this Batman game is by far their favorite. They love the challenge of finding their way through the rooms, "stunning" the enemies, and finding the sparkling prizes.
It has been really helping with their fine motor skills, which is the real reason I wanted the Leapsters in the first place.
Although they need help with some of the math (greater than and less than mostly, a concept which they are still working on), they have surprised me that they can match all the shapes, do the simple addition, and figure out how to "cut" shapes geometrically in half.
My 7 year old daughter also enjoys playing this Batman game on her brothers' Leapsters. It's definitely not only for boys.
My son's favorite
This is my son's most favorite Leapster game! We own six and he loves this one the best. I'm so glad we bought it. My son is 5 years old it has helped with double digit number recognition, counting by two's and a few other things. I love Batman-Strength in Numbers!