LeapFrog My Own Story Time Pad provides customized play for young children ages two and up. Kids can see fun animations and listen to stories, emails, and music as they check out the world of Scout and Friends. Moms and dads can personalize the Story Time Pad with their youngster's name, favorite stories, unique "emails" from loved ones, and a distinct music playlist. This device comes with batteries planned for in-store demonstration only. It needs three AA batteries for continued operation.
The Story Time Pad is a fantastic method to boost an early interest in reading. It's a compact media device that attract a generation of kids surrounded by portable devices and electronic readers, yet is educational and develops early learning abilities. Kids will enjoy pressing buttons and paying attention to stories, music, and messages you've personalized simply for them.
What's unique about this device compared with other e-readers created for kids is that moms and dads can gear this toy to appeal to their youngster's personal tastes. It comes pre-loaded with one story, one e-mail, and three tunes, and holds up to five stories, ten tunes, and three emails at a time. Via a standard Internet connection, you can customize some of the over ten existing stories and print coloring and activity pages featuring Scout and good friends.
Another fun function lets you pick and customize pretend emails to your youngster from family and good friends. Write them a special "I enjoy you" or "Happy Birthday" message, tell a joke, or simply encourage them to have a good time and learn. The device then plays these emails aloud for your youngster to hear.
The guideline booklet books you through the extensive setup procedure, which takes under five minutes. You'll have to download the LeapFrog Connect application for the Story Time Pad, connect the device to your computer through the included USB cable television, and follow the clear online instructions on ways to personalize material by entering your youngster's name, favorite stories and music, and e-mail messages. As soon as you conserve all that information, your youngster prepares to play.
The Story Time Pad is easy for kids to operate on their own. A switch on the back slides to turn the device on and off. (In the case of an auto shutoff, the device will reboot with the touch of any button.) The plainly identified buttons on the lower part of the user interface let kids choose story, music, and message mode. Our testers liked that in music mode kids might strike the paw button and press the letters making silly animal and other sounds. That method, they're not simply listening, however are in fact communicating with the device.
There's likewise an ABC button that starts a mode where letters state their names when pressed. When kids press on one of the four character buttons on the leading portion of the user interface, they'll hear Scout, Eli, Violet, or Penny state a few words.
Story Time Pad, USB cord, and guideline booklet.