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What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Main characters engage in activities that incorporate educational concepts such as letter recognition, alphabet order, and letter sounds. Learning is reinforced throughout the show with singalong songs, pauses, and visual cues on screen.
Lily, Tad, Leap and their parents demonstrate the importance of working together, as they put on a show to impress Dad's boss. Leap's story also teaches viewers that just because your small or young, doesn't mean you can't help!
Positive Role Models
The main characters work together to achieve their goal, while learning more about letters along the way. They also demonstrate the importance of family.
Products & Purchases
LeapFrog: Letter Factory is part of LeapFrog’s line of Learning Path products, which is promoted in the introduction and on the DVD packaging. Tad, Leap, and Lily are well-known LeapFrog characters, which may encourage viewers to purchase products.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this educational show from popular toymaker LeapFrog focuses on beloved characters learning about letters. As Tad, Lily, and Leap's family attempt to impress Dad's boss, Mr. Websley, by creating a talking alphabet book, they learn about concepts such as letter recognition, alphabet order, and letter sounds. The show is filled with music, bright colors, and a classic animation style to keep viewers engaged. Teamwork is a positive focus.
Is It Any Good?
While animated in a older style, this 35-minute show is jampacked with learning. LeapFrog: Letter Factory is a fun story for young viewers as they expand their skills and knowledge about letters, while learning about working together along the way. Songs and pauses to reinforce learning help to engage viewers throughout the show. As part of the LeapFrog brand, it does not disappoint as a truly educational and entertaining show.
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