LeapFrog LeapReader Interactive Human Body Discovery Set (works with Tag)
Explore the Human Body
Discover how the human body works and learn to identify its many parts and functions through play and exploration. When kids touch the human body board, their Tag Reader “talks” them through body parts and traits. As young learners begin to understand their bodies, they can be empowered to make healthy choices. Fun songs further inspire kids to take a proactive approach to their health. Dental hygiene becomes fun when they do their two minutes of tooth brushing along with the interactive song, “Brush Your Teeth.” The “Washing Hands” song encourages kids to keep their hands clean, and the “Move Your Body” song emboldens them to get up and move.
Interaction Inspires Learning
Engage in play and learning fun while exploring facts about the human body, body systems (including the skeletal, digestive, nervous and muscular systems) health, nutrition and more. Silly sound effects, jokes, songs, and games help keep kids engaged and learning. With a tap of the Tag Reader, kids can hear the chart and stickers “talk” and explain fun facts about their bodies. Did you know that the three smallest bones in your body are all inside your ear? Did you know that tasty fruits have vitamins and minerals to keep your body healthy? The Tag Reader illuminates these details with rich audio content and interesting sound effects: Facts about the heart are accompanied by the sound of a heart beating. Tag’s Interactive Human Body Discovery Pack also includes a Growing Body chart and sticker sheets to personalize each child’s learning. The Tag Reader interacts with the growth chart to track and announce children’s growth, and the interactive sticker sheets encourage kids to mark growth milestones (such as birthdays, losing a tooth and the first day of school).
London our Travel Spotlight
Uncle Ryan, Colin’s Brother, moved to London from Chicago a couple of years ago and was kind enough to send us a few pics of cool places worth note. He has already emailed Ace about his favorite football (soccer team) and has truly taken advantage of a relaxed work European work schedule by jumping over to many different countries! He plans on running a marathon in Dublin Ireland soon so we wish him the best of luck!!!
London is an exciting place for children and teenagers. Traveling in London as a family may seem overwhelming but is rather manageable. There are many museums that are free so you can try out many different places without feeling obliged to spend a certain amount of time to get your money’s worth. Also, family discounts on public transportation are very good.
London, England’s capital, set on the River Thames, is a 21st-century city with history stretching back to Roman times. At the center of the city stands the imposing Houses of Parliament, the iconic ‘Big Ben’ clock tower and Westminster Abbey, site of British monarch coronations. Across the Thames, the London Eye observation wheel provides panoramic views of the South Bank cultural complex, and the entire city.
We all know that England is an interesting country with an impressive history and I’m sure you’ve heard many interesting facts about it. However, did you know that approximately 2,500 people have to be rushed to hospital every year for injuries caused by toothbrushes?!!
Read on for more crazy facts about London and England:
- Nowhere in the UK is more than 70 miles (113km) from the sea! A place called Coton in the Elms is the furthest place from the sea.
- It is considered an act of treason to put a postage stamp with the queen’s head upside down on an envelope!
- The British eat over 11.5 billion (1,500,000,000) sandwiches every year!!
- England’s first telephone directory was published in 1880 and had only 248 names and addresses (there were no telephone numbers as you had to call the operator and ask for someone’s name to get connected).
- Our wonderful city London has not always had this name. In the past it has been called Londonium, Ludenwic, and Ludenburg!
- In 1945, a flock of birds landed on the minute hand of Big Ben and put the time back by 5 minutes.
- Big Ben is not actually the name of the clock, it is the name of the bell which is inside the clock.
- There are more chickens than people in England.
- Black cab (taxi) drivers in London have to memorise every street and important building in London within six miles from Charing Cross and they need to take a test called ‘The Knowledge’ before they can drive a cab.
- It is illegal to die in the Houses of Parliament.
- In 1647, Christmas was abolished by the English Parliament. No-one was allowed to celebrate!
- On average, 488 people are injured by zips and 3,078 people are injured by slippers every year in the UK.
- The picture of the Queen on £1 coins show her age at the time they were made.
- Windsor Castle is the oldest royal residence in the world that is still being used by the royal family.
- England was part of the shortest war in history. They fought Zanzibar in 1896 and Zanzibar surrendered after just 38 minutes!