The LeapFrog LeapStart STEM and Teamwork Activity Book is a fascinating introduction to the world of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths) for young, inquisitive minds. From the moment you open it up you’re met by a singing, talking, interactive experience that guides you gently through basic concepts, all the while keeping things fun and exciting for tiny scientists!
This interactive activity book is intended for children ages 3 - 5 and covers basic pre-school STEM topics including performing experiments, drawing graphs and using tools, all with an emphasis on working together to achieve a shared objective.
There are approximately 30+ replayable activities and most are designed with two levels. Children can choose to cover the basics at first and then look at the more advanced content when they’re ready.
This book is intended for use with the LeapFrog LeapStart electronic interactive learning system, which allows children to engage with interactive content using a chunky stylus. By using the stylus to interact with the content, the pages come to life with sounds and phrases!
Join popular Letter Factory characters Leap & Lily as they take you on a journey of discovery. Create wind energy! Build a sound machine with wires and screws! Learn about how light and energy can help us grow a garden!
For use with the LeapFrog LeapStart 3D
Suitable for children ages 3 - 5
Covers basic pre-school STEM topics, including performing experiments and using tools
30+ replayable activities
For use with the LeapFrog LeapStart electronic interactive learning system
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