Parents' Guide to

The Princess and the Frog (Leapster)

By Jinny Gudmundsen, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 5+

Girls play learning games and plan Princess Tiana's wedding.

Game Leapster 2009
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This Leapster game has a nice combination of creative and learning games. Little girls will enjoy dressing up Princess Tiana for a ball and earning dream hearts to help her decorate for her wedding. However, the game also has learning games that drill counting, logic, letter recognition, spelling, and music skills. The game is very supportive and offers help when a child is having trouble; plus the learning games can be played on the level appropriate with your child's learning. The levels correspond to ages 4-5, 5-6, and 6-7.

The controls are a little sluggish, but it is something kids easily adjust to. The cooking game is quite good, but it may take a few tries for kids to figure out the cutting a vegetable is done not by sliding the stylus across the screen, but rather, by tapping on the item to be cut.

Online interaction: If played on Leapster 2, this game can offer more content online. If played on Leapster, kids will earn codes that can unlocked printables by going online. The game is careful to remind children not to go online without an adult.

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