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LeapFrog Explorer Game: Disney Jake and the Never Land Pirates (for LeapPad and Leapster)
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- Discover numbers, shapes and pirate treasure on a mathematics adventure with Jake and his friends!
- Solve puzzles to find clues and pirate treasure.
- Match shapes to help Bucky get ship shape!
- Pop number bubbles to keep treasure from Captain Hook.
- Works with LeapPadTM learning tablets and Leapster ExplorerTM game systems (sold separately), not with Leapster® or Leapster®2 game systems
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Join Jake and his pirate pals on a magical mathematics adventure in LeapFrog's Disney Jake and the Neverland Pirates learning game. Explore Neverland to find hidden treasures and discover secret messages from Peter Pan, but watch out for Captain Hook. Gameplay is geared toward kids aged 3 to 5 years, and the cartridge is compatible with LeapPad Explorer learning tablets, the Leapster ExplorerGS, and Explorer gaming systems.
Engage in arithmetic adventures
Climb aboard Bucky the ship and help a band of young pirates crack clues and solve puzzles. Apply logic and reasoning as you follow the clues to find the buried treasure, then use your maths skills to keep the gold doubloons away from Captain Hook. You'll learn about numbers, letters, and shapes as you help Jake and the Neverland Pirates navigate Pirate Island. Count on a swashbuckling adventure that boys and girls alike will love.
Be a first mate at maths
This Disney Jake and the Neverland Pirates adventure is designed to give kids an exciting introduction to foundational mathematics skills. LeapFrog's team of learning experts combine maths curriculum and engaging games for an experience that promotes mastery, confidence, and success.
Young learners will practise distinguishing letters from numbers, sorting and classifying objects, recognising the defining properties of shapes, and counting and comparing sets of objects. Exploring Pirate Island is so fun, they'll forget it's educational and a great building tool for their future.
Designed for kids by LeapFrog learning experts
Because young preschoolers (ages 3 and over) engage in ways that are different than their older peers, LeapFrog develops content experiences to meet their learning needs. The game presents just the right level of content depending on your child's age.
Jake and the Neverland Pirates features shorter audio instructions and interactive 'clickables' that make for user-friendly and engaging gameplay while players build early learning skills.
1 x Jake and the Neverland Pirates game cartridge
1 x User manual
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A few criticisms and thoughts
The gameplay is hugely repetitive. Especially the "follow the treasure map stage." Actually as my son speaks English as a second language it has been useful for him as he has to "find the blue butterflies". But the characters always say exactly same things and I suspect this gets quickly tedious even for a four year old. Unfortunately this stage is central to the game so you will be hearing a lot of it. This is one game I want to leave the room when he is playing as the soundtrack is so irritating.
Other mini-games are a bit nicer. I think the lava path one is good. The map construction is also good although the controls are very fiddly and my son often thinks he has the answer wrong because he fails to exactly line up a map piece with the position into which it is supposed to be inserted.
In all there are much better games available for the leap pad, although perhaps not so much that focuses on maths. Even here I am not convinced the game is really teaching that much although it has helped my son learn the names of the numbers in English (he knows them already in Portuguese). In all, I wouldn't pay more than 10 pounds for this; I think the dinosaur menu game for download might be a better introductory maths game and is much cheaper. But, I think if you find you must buy it because you want a maths game or your child loves Jake, then buy some headphones to go with it. It is painful to listen to.
He told me it was a boring game and that he is not interested....
Not good money spent for me on this one then!