Guess and Win LeapFrog’s New Mobile Learning Device

 

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LeapFrog is one of my favorite kid-friendly entertainment, technology, electronics companies and our six year old has loved the various Leap Frog products he has used over the years.  He has used the LeapFrog portable game players, Tag Readers, and more.  The baby is now enjoying his older brothers LeapFrog toys that have been passed down too.  In fact, these products that are fun for him are some of my favorite learning activities and devices we have for him to use.

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LeapFrog is excited about their upcoming product and they want to involve all of  you!  How? Simply visit the new microsite which just went live ahead of the product release. Can you guess the device? What would you want it to be? Tell Leap Frog what moms and dads want for your children. 

Want an incentive to share your ideas? If you can venture a guess as to what the device is, or suggest what you hope it does, you could win one and be one of the very first to own it! Only creative ideas ‘need apply’.

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ONE READER WILL WIN THE NEW LEAPFROG MOBILE LEARNING DEVICE!

ONE AND ONLY WAY TO ENTER:  Watch the video at  http://www.leapfrog.com/discoverthefuture/ .  Comment here with your most creative idea on what the device will be or what you would like it to do or be! 

***THE DRAWING IS RANDOM BUT YOU MUST SUBMIT A COMMENT CLEARLY EXPRESSING AN IDEA ABOUT THE DEVICE IN ORDER TO WIN***

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  • Contest ends on June 8th at midnight.
  • Winner will be chosen by Random.Org out of all eligible (creative device idea) entries
  • Winner will be contacted by email. If no response in 48 hours, another winner will be drawn
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  1. I think it is going to be like an iPod Touch, a la Leap Frog for kids. May be the size of the Didj, but more interactive with online capabilities.

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  5. Rachel C says:

    It seems like it will be kids of like an iPhone for kids. With a pen and a touch screen like the Leapsters, but with more capabilities.

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  7. Vickie Couturier says:

    I think its going to be the kids version of the New IPAD,just more simplier for kids to use

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  13. Nicole Greene says:

    I think it’s going to be something along the line of a touch screen video game system

  14. Nicole Greene says:

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  18. Did I read somewhere that it will have an E-Reader? Would be great to get new books for my son at a touch of a button. I would also love some wi-fi function.

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  21. Stephanie V. says:

    maybe an ipad like thing for kids? Hope it connects to nickjr.com so the kids can play their games
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  22. brandy nelson says:

    Wow!!! It’s like an ipod touch for babies! love this!

  23. Adrienne Gordon says:

    I hope it i touchscreen and you can do art projects on it.

  24. Kristi C says:

    I think it will be like a mini netbook for children.

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  27. Gloria Walshver says:

    Leapfrog is great for kids, I’d like to win this prize for my grandchildren.

  28. Tracey Byram says:

    I think it will be an erader for children with workbooks to download.

  29. Denise B. says:

    I think it will support ebook downloads as one feature.

  30. Its like an iPad.

  31. I think it is going to be a handheld device that is easy to take on the go. I hope it will have the ability to download games online so I won’t have to worry about my daughter losing any game cartridges

  32. I follow leapfrog on twitter @dawn408

  33. I think it is going to be like an ipad for kids.

  34. Chelsea Vincent says:

    I have to agree with most of the other comments, it sounds like a touch/ipad/kindle for kids. They had nothing even close to this when we were kids, haha. I played paperboy on the commodore 64 🙂

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  36. Chelsea Vincent says:

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  37. Chelsea Vincent says:

    i am a bookroomreviews facebook fan under my own name.

  38. Gloria Walshver says:

    Wow what a awesome prize.

  39. Monique Rizzo says:

    It’s like an Ipad for children!
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  40. Joanne Hibl says:

    I’d like to win this

  41. Katharine says:

    I hope it will be a touch screen learning and play system and I am hoping for some phonics apps

  42. I think it should be a game player but should have interactive features and allow a kid to call for help if needed.

  43. I think the device should incorporate basic math and interactive writing skills!
    LeapFrog does a great way of creating “learning” a game.

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  50. I think it will be like the new IPad..I think it will have games and maybe apps for learning. Hopefully it will have some kids music with it since many kids love music…I can’t wait to see what it is.

  51. It is a kid sized iPad. I imagine it will have internet capability and will come pre-loaded with books, but parents will be able to side load more books on. Looks cool (er, sounds cool based on the videos I have seen!)
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  54. Joanne Hibl says:

    It’s a kid sized kpad

  55. I am assuming it is a device that has a way to the internet and also has the feature of being a touch screen for children.It would have many learning activities for the child such as reading, language, or even math
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  61. Joanne Hibl says:

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  62. Kathleen says:

    It would be neat if it was like a cell phone/ipad/iphone with educational apps.

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  63. Joanne Hibl says:

    I like leapfrog and all of the toys

  64. Joanne Hibl says:

    I want to leapfrog and all the other toys that it makes

  65. Well I think it has a calculator on it because I saw addition problems and I am thinking maybe texting?
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  69. Joanne Hibl says:

    I want to play with it

  70. i think it will be like an ipod touch or ipad, which will download apps to play games, etc

  71. Tamara B. says:

    It is like an Ipad maybe called a Ipad junior since you are able to access the internet down load books. It will be called a Leap Pad
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  74. I think it is like a iphone only for kids and will doalmost all the things that an iphone will do.

  75. Heather McDonough says:

    I think it will be a great tool to help kids learn while using new technology.

  76. I think it will be like an Ipad for kids. I am hoping it will be some sort of e-reader device. My daughter has been wanting one but I would like something a bit more kid tough for her.

  77. Joanne Hibl says:

    I’ll always like to win the leapfrog toys

  78. I truly think they’re gearing it to kids to mimc what their parents have, and what’s the hot ticket now? An Ipad. I would really love to see a Kiddie version of a GPS app, because following directions is something all kids will grow up and need to do at some point. Math Apps, reading, apps, learning apps, all could/should be incorporated into it.

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  85. Joanne Hibl says:

    I like leapfrog and all the other toys that it makes And i would like to win this

  86. I think it will be like an ipad which any kid now days would love. I hope it has various apps for kids to teach them all sorts of school subjects plus have fun games.

  87. LeapFrog has been a great friend of literacy so I would hope this new device includes an interactive way to read, possibly with a touch screen.
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  88. Kind of like an iPad for children – hope it comes with parental security options!

  89. Joanne Hibl says:

    I will want the tag readers

  90. I am picturing it kind of like an nintendo ds but more learning centered

  91. kelly wakefield says:

    It reminds me of the iPad – but for kids and educationally oriented! That’s so cool!

  92. I am thinking this is going to be a combination of a netbook and an ipad where you download new educational applications for your kids to learn. Whatever it is I am sure it will be just as great as their other products.

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  94. I agree with others that it is going to be an IPad-like touchscreen tablet learning device, possibly with wi-fi capability and internet access.

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  98. Eileen Burke says:

    It looks like this will be similar to an ipad for kids, hopefully with some really interactive reading like a kindle!

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  103. Joanne Hibl says:

    I want to win the kid friendly

  104. I’d like it to teach children multivariate anyalysis

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  106. I think it will be a kid friendly iPad type device. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  107. Katie R. says:

    I think this device teaches kids educational information though games.

  108. I think the product is going to be similar to the ipad. I think it will have a touchscreen and have different apps that your able to download. The apps will most likely be educational, like all of their products which I love. I think you will also be able to connect it to the computer for some additional features that are online. Looking forward to finding out what it is.
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  111. I think it will look alot like the ipad, so that the kids will think they are using the same thing as their parents. Maybe they will not be trying to get their little hands on the real one.

  112. Ann Council says:

    I am a subscriber and I am sure this is a teaching device.

  113. nicole spisso says:

    I think it is another great educational toy that is more like an ipad for kids

  114. Heather M says:

    It has a touch screen and that’s an awesome feature!

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  117. Jennifer H says:

    Some sort of ipad thingy 🙂

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  120. It’s like an ipad for kids!

  121. Joanne Hibl says:

    We can also use a digital device

  122. it’s like an ipad or iphone, but designed with little fingers in mind

  123. B.E. Ringer says:

    Well, it seems kind of like an iPad for kiddos to promote literacy. Cool.

  124. Jennifer R says:

    I believe that it will be a touchscreen device with several different applications that the child will be able to choose from.

  125. I think it is like an ipad for kids. Leap frog makes the best learning toys for kids.

  126. Erica C. says:

    I think it’ll be LeapsterNet…something for older kids and maybe it has WiFi? It seems fun, whatever it is!

  127. an ipad for creative toddlers?

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  128. Stephanie Hrouda says:

    It looks like this will be similar to an ipad for kids, hopefully with some really interactive reading like a kindle!

  129. Tracey Byram says:

    I think it will be an ebook reader with downloadable workbooks for children.

  130. I am thinking this is going to be a combination of a netbook and an ipad where you download new educational applications for your kids to learn. I hope they develop tons of software.

  131. The Explorer is a jacked up version of the older Leapster 2. It allows for e-books, apps, games and has a smart touch screen system.

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  133. Joanne Hibl says:

    I would like to learn guess & learn

  134. Susan Smith says:

    I think it will be like an iPad and Kindle combined

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  139. Julie Jones says:

    It appears to be like the ipad with applications that you can download from the internet. I hope it is easy for parents to use (regarding the parent/computer part) as well as kids.

  140. Karen Gonyea says:

    It’s like an I-Pad for kids. Cool Idea 🙂

  141. Anything that is made for interaction is A+ in my book

  142. I think it will have LOTS of different activities like reading books (similar to a kindle), playing games, playing music and more.

  143. I’m hoping it’s a touch pad. Maybe it’ll hook up to computers and tv. Maybe instead of cartridges it’ll be able to have learning things downloaded directly on it.

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  148. I THINK IT WILL BE SIMILAR TO THE NEW IPAD BUT WILL BE MORE APPEALING TO KIDS. KIDS WILL LEARN BY HAVING FUN AND NOT EVEN KNOW IT!

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  153. I think would be close to an IPad also to teach kids while they are having fun at the same time.

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