Short vowel memoryPlaying Memory is a great way to reinforce turn taking and develop memory skills and concentration. Your child will also be working on short vowel sounds by saying the sound represented by each character.
Prepare for launchAsk your child to use the launch codes to complete the patterns of colors and shapes. The ability to extend or duplicate patterns is a logical reasoning skill that forms a basis for future work in math (specifically, algebra!).
Packing plannerIn this printable, your child is asked to help LeapFrog's Geo Team to prepare for four adventures. Planning activities encourages your child to visualize different scenarios and to think about what he or she may need in various settings.
Leo's field journalThis activity asks your child to assemble a field journal—a notebook used by scientists to record observations, thoughts and questions. Journals like this help children understand the importance of accurate record keeping, as well as promote creativity and observation skills.
Things that goKids chart modes of transportation on this printable. Learning about transportation is part of early social studies education, helping kids think about the phyisical and human environment.
Puppy careCaring for pets—in real life and in play scenarios—helps children develop qualities of responsibility and empathy. Developing these important social skills will help your child thrive in school and in life.