LeapFrog 30672 Didj Custom Gaming System

LeapFrog 30672 Didj Custom Gaming System - USB, 10,000 Word Database, Ages 5-10

Item#:  YYDS-L3607  | Model#: 30672

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LeapFrog 30672 Didj Custom Gaming System Product Details

LeapFrog 30672 Didj Custom Gaming System
The LeapFrog 30672 Didj Custom Gaming System is a handheld gaming system that helps your child learn the valuable skills he or she needs for school, including math and language arts. Awards children points for successful play that they can trade for cool downloads to customize each game. The LeapFrog 30672 Didj Custom Gaming System connects to your computer, allowing kids to customize the games to suit their needs. With LeapFrog 30672 Didj Custom Gaming System, children learn at their own pace in a way that makes the learning experience truly their own.

Kids and parents can also shape the learning online by choosing the math and spelling skills they'd like the games to focus on. Multiplication hard to master? Kids can choose to be quizzed on specific times tables, such as the 6s, 7s and 8s tables. Spelling a stumbling block? Create a custom spelling list from the 10,000-word database and practice for next week's test. With the USB connection, parents can also see their children's progress in recent games, get detailed updates on the skills their kids are exploring and share in their accomplishments.

What It Is And Why You Need It

  • Combines the fun of video games with the value of educational programs
  • Connects directly to your computer for customized gaming and learning
  • Lets children learn while playing action-packed games

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Learning Path Stones

  • Addition
    Once children know that numbers are symbols for objects (2 stands for two cars) they learn to count sets, or groups of objects, to find sums. Finally, sets of objects can be replaced by numerals and added together in equations.
  • Division
    Children start by using models (blocks, diagrams, drawings) to represent divison as repeated subtraction, or the inverse of multiplication. Finally, they use long division to divide 2- and 3- digit numbers with remainders and decimals.
  • Multiplication
    Children begin to understand multiplication as repeated addition through models (such as adding three groups of two blocks). They begin to memorize multiplication tables, and finally, to multiply 2- and 3- digit numbers, using division to check the results.
  • Subtraction
    The inverse of addition is subtraction - to take away objects and tell how many are left. Once children grasp subtraction, sets of objects can be replaced by numerals in equations.

A Closer Look

System Requirements

PC Requirements
  • Windows XP or Windows Vista operating system
  • Pentium III 500 MHz processor
  • Monitor resolution of at least 1024 X 768
  • Available USB port
  • 256 MB of RAM (512 MB recommended)
  • 300 MB free disk space
  • Internet connection
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer version 6 or higher
  • CD reader
Mac Requirements
  • Mac OS X 10.4+
  • PPC G4 or any Intel-based Apple computer
  • Monitor resolution of at least 1024 X 768
  • Available USB port
  • 256 MB of RAM (512 MB recommended)
  • 300 MB free disk space
  • Internet connection
  • Safari application
  • CD reader


What's Included


 
  • Manufactured by: LeapFrog
    Warranty provided by: LeapFrog
    Mfg Part No: 30672
    UPC No: 708431306721
    Box Size: ( Length:0, Width:0, Depth:0)
    Shipping Weight: 1.3500 pound(s)
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