Considering how much I love everything else that we have that’s by , some might be surprised that we’re skipping the LeapFrog Tag Junior… especially considering Norton is the right age for it now. So why are we skipping an awesome tech-y gadget? LeapFrog Tag and Tag Junior read to your child from expensive books with technology built in the pages so that the pen sensor can “read” them. In essence, it will read to your child for you.
While the husband and I were out together (without children!) doing our Christmas shopping, we stopped and looked at the LeapFrog Tag Junior. The is an interesting little device. Like the first LeapFrog toy we’d ever had (for Andy, around ten years ago), it’s a device that will read stories to your children with a pen touching the words.
LeapFrog TAG Reading System - Green
We have been using LeapFrog Tag reading system in our home for a couple of years now. We all really loved the system. So, when I saw some of the changes that were being introduced in the new LeapReader Reading and Writing System, I was thrilled to get to check it out! My biggest upfront question was: How will the new LeapReader system compare with the Tag pen we already use and love?
Since we introduced our LeapReader™ reading and writing system, parents and teachers have been raving about this new learn to-read-and-write solution. If you’re familiar with our previous reading system, Tag™, you may be wondering about how the new LeapReader pen compares. To save you time, we read through hundreds of and summarized the top five features that parents, teachers and industry groups love most about LeapReader vs Tag.