LeapFrog’s new Learn to Read Ultra eBooks for LeapPad Review and Giveaway

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I’ve been sharing alot about my favorite tablet for kids electronics and the LeapFrog Leappad 2 tops my list. The LeapPad2 has become my son’s go to kids electronic for stories, games, music, videos and more.  I love that he picks it up and brings it with where ever we go. Saves him for boredom and saves my sanity. With most high prices electronics like cell phones, tables and Ipads having the LeapPad 2 is a great inexpensive device that I know I can count on for quality educational content for my children. No ads, no interruptions and no content gets added to the tablet unless I add it myself safely through LeapFrog’s 325+ online app center for LeapPad, LeapPad2 and the Leapster Gs.

What Makes Ultra eBooks Unique? Kids will…

Read at their own pace with text levels that adjust automatically

To support reading development, a text must be at an optimal level of difficulty. Three levels of text vary in complexity based on the reader’s performance in comprehension activities.

Hear words sounded out to help build phonics skills

When a child gets stuck on a word, he can touch on it to see letters highlight as the word is sounded out.  This helps foster an understanding of letter-sound relationships—the building blocks of phonics.

Build comprehension with innovative activities

With the launch of the new Learn to Read Collection, we’re introducing new mini-games and activities designed to tap a child’s background knowledge, encourage inference-making, and prompt prediction-making—interactions known to promote comprehension.  These activities encourage readers to think more deeply about the story and assess their level of understanding.


My children are at different reading levels.  My 4 yr old is in preschool still learning the alphabet and their sounds and my  7 yr old son is a avid 1st grade reader. His comprehension of  letters, words and sounds is incredible.  He reads stories that are higher than his grade level and on a scale of 1 to 10 where he should be reading at a 3 his teacher says his reading level and comprehension is an 8!! (mom brag worthy) I can’t tell you how proud I am of my son.  I would love to say that Leapfrog learning devices have brought him to the skill level he is today. We’ve been using LeapFrog educational devices, and games since he’s been born. LeapFrog learning devices combined with his school education he’s really a remarkable reader. Each child learns at their own pace which is why the ebooks are so great.  They can read the same story but as their skill level increase the stories get a little more descriptive adding words that are just a little bit more advanced for the skilled reader.  By doing this the child can increase their vocabulary as well as reading comprehension and understanding of the story. Combined with fun mini games and animated sequences draw children into the stories and keep them coming back for more.

Fairy Tale ultra Ebook And the Learn to read Ultra Ebook Learn to Read Collection
Recommended for 4 to 6 yrs old

Available for $19.99 or right now on Amazon.com for $7.99 

  • 2 stories
  • Pre-K to 1st grade readers
  • Spelling and word building
  • Reading mode: story is read, story will be read page by page and you read the story
  • 3 reading levels: Perfect for new readers, readers who need assistance and fluent readers
  • Games: several games to choose from to help enhance word and letter recognition, playtime and more. Games come up between pages for more fun during reading.
  • Pick a Page: Jump around in the story to your favorite parts
  • Animated story with sound effects and moving pictures really keep my beginning reader interested and engaged in the story
  • More than just reading a story. Animated characters have more details about the story to tell you.

My boys really love the ebooks. They get more out of them than regular story telling and they offer so much more. The animated story is interactive and fun and best of all kids don’t even know they are learning. I’m really impressed with all the ebooks have to offer. My kids are learning and they don’t even know it.

Kids will be expected to perform at high reading levels in the next year or so. The teachers in our district are already preping children for the advanced state testing. The LeapFrog reading ebook systems will help prepare your early reader and give them the stills to perform better in class. I’ve already seen visible reading readiness in my preschooler and I’m so excited to be able to provide him with the essential tools that will get him through these valuable learning stepping stones. Be sure to check out my review on the LeapFrog LeapPad   and review of the LeapPad2 for my thoughts on this valuable kids educational learning tablets.

~ * ~ *  GIVEAWAY ~ * ~ *

WIN IT: One reader of the Night Owl mama will win their very own Leapfrog ebook for USE with the LeapPad, LeapPad2 and the Leapster Gs.

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disclosure: I was provided with product in order to form this review. Thoughts are 100% my own and honest opinion.

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28 Responses

  1. Aleh says:

    my children love it!

  2. Jenn Scott says:

    My 5 year old practically learned to read from the Car’s Ebook. =)

  3. LoryBurke says:

    I have been looking @ all the Leappad Leapfrog line /items for a few months now & I so want to get the Leappad 2 for my 4 yr old grandson, he doesn’t know how to read yet but he is so curious & he loves when I read to him. What great technology we have these days to help teach our kids while having fun at the same time!!

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  5. JohnZ says:

    Should be funner than turning physical pages

  6. Michelle Frame says:

    I think they are wonderful because it motivates the kids to read. I hope my child learns how to read.

  7. meegan whitford says:

    My nephew is in pre k for 4 yr olds but he is way ahead and already trying to read on his own and write sentences. I think this would help him to learn how to read a little better

  8. Gina Brickell says:

    My son is just starting to read, and I would love to find a fun way to allow him to continue the process and master reading!

  9. Jennifer Young says:

    Both of my girls are learning to read and I think that books with their favorite characters is an awesome way to get them excited about reading!

  10. Sacha Schroeder says:

    It gives children the joy of reading that I hope to instill in them!

  11. Heather Holston says:

    I haven’t tried the ebooks but I like the idea of paced learning

  12. eBooks are a great way to really keep a young child’s attention which can be hard to do and the allow kids to interact with the story. Leapfrog makes such wonderful products for kids.

  13. angela says:

    leap frogs encourage children to learn and keeps their attention

  14. Jenny Sims says:

    My son has loved his LeapFrog Tag Junior reading system for years now, and we’re looking forward to using the LeapPad as a learning toy after he gets it for Christmas! 🙂

  15. folashade says:

    the ebooks give children the opportunity to read ar thre own pace

  16. folashade says:

    I love leapfrog and and the ebooks the give children to at there pace to read

  17. Heather McD says:

    I love that it is interactive and on a toy so the child is immediately drawn in and learns in a fun way. It’s at their pace and how they like it.

  18. Keely Hostetter says:

    Because they get the kids engaged in the story more. My kids would rather interact with the story, especially my son.

  19. debbie jackson says:

    they are awesome at developing reading skills and comprehension and i hope grant will learn to love reading debbie jackson
    djackson1958 at hotmail dot com

  20. Juliette Mariano-Carlson says:

    They give children a desire to learn to read in a fun, interactive way.