The LeapTV is an educational gaming system for children three to eight years old from LeapFrog. It combines body-motion, traditional gaming and learning content for little ones, with many available games featuring popular kid’s characters like Elsa, Anna and Olaf from Disney’s Frozen!


If you are looking for a pretty inexpensive gaming system that would allow children to practice skills like reading, mathematics, science and problem solving while they play I recommend you check out the LeapTV. Right now you can get the gaming system console for just $59.99 and games for $19.99+.

We have owned a LeapTV for a while and our 5-year-old really likes it, he enjoys playing the games and he likes that he can figure out how to play them without our help. As a parent I appreciate the fact that he is learning while he plays and that all of the games are safe and age appropriate.

Unlike other gaming systems the LeapTV has been specifically designed for little hands and it is easy for them to use the controllers and navigate the games on their own.

We recently received a set of four of their newest games including the Disney’s Frozen, DoodleCraft, Blaze and the Monster Machines and Letter Factory Adventures. Below you can see a little video of him playing with his favourites, the Blaze and the Monster Machines and Disney’s Frozen:


LeapTV™ Active Gaming System

  • Gets minds and bodies moving
  • Educational, active video gaming system
  • Built just for kids ages 3-8
  • Three ways to play
  • Library of 100+ educator-approved games and videos that teach skills from reading to mathematics (sold separately)
  • From LeapFrog, the award-winning creator of educational entertainment

Win a LeapTV (US&CAN)


Win it: We received a LeapTV from LeapFrog but since we already own one we are giving it away to a lucky US/CAN reader. Enter to WIN a LeapTV below via Rafflecopter! Good Luck all and Happy Holidays!

Disclosure: I am a LeapFrog Mom Ambassador and I receive products, promotional items and educational material to use and share as I see fit. However, all views and opinions expressed here are 100% mine.