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LeapFrog LeapTV: Blaze and the Monster Machines

By Christy Matte, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 3+

Truck-themed racer focuses on physics for preschoolers.

Game LeapFrog games 2015
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This is a clever way to introduce preschoolers to some basic physics and number concepts while engaging them with some cool monster-truck characters. The story line is a simple one kids will recognize: Jealous character tries to ruin things for everyone else, but good guys fight back. The physics are accessible for young kids and presented in a way that kids will find appealing. Although the environment changes, the levels may start to feel repetitive. Most kids in the target age won't care, though, as they'll enjoy driving monster trucks around. As a bonus, they can learn a lot about the parts of different construction machines and how they work.

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