Parents' Guide to

Quantum Pad Learning System

By Jinny Gudmundsen, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Smaller, sleeker LeapPad version for older kids.

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This system is as good as the original LeapPad Learning System. In fact, it can play all the LeapPad books/software and the reverse works as well -- a LeapPad can play the Quantum books/software. Since it is sleeker and more sophisticated-looking than the LeapPad, it appeals to older children. But if you already own a LeapPad and your child is in third grade or above, you probably should buy age-appropriate Quantum Pad books/software instead of the paying for the whole system.

But if you don't already own a LeapPad, this is a good choice. Kids think it is cool (because it looks like a laptop) and fun to play. It is very compact, so it can be taken on trips; and it has a place to plug in earphones (not provided) so that it won't disturb others while traveling. The Quantum Pad will grow with the child because it has books/software for grades three, four, and five.

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