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LeapFrog Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Imagicard Learning Game

By Christy Matte, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 5+

Sewer mazes, Mouser traps make learning math fun.

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This TMNT math-laced adventure is fun; who doesn't enjoy making a pizza covered in jelly beans, spiders, and pepperoni? Though traversing the sewers requires a certain amount of problem-solving energy to find all the mutagen containers, there isn't a lot of math built in to this main activity. It only appears via side trips to Mouser-filled rooms, boss battles, and helping the Turtles with their pizza obsession. The activities are engaging and likely will draw in kids outside the suggested age range. The Mouser trap activity may be tricky or confusing for some kids, but most kids in the intended age range will be properly challenged, engaged, and amused overall.

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