GREAT New Tag Products + LeapFrog Sales

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LeapFrog has done it again!! While I was up at BlogHer last month I had the chance to check out some of their awesome new products for the Tag System: 
Tag Book Learn to Write and Draw
 This is the best addition yet for the Tag Reading System in my opinion – at least for our family. It is a like a composition manuscript book where your kids can practice “writing” with the Tag pen! They can trace letters and such to practice their writing. Very Very cool! This is something we will DEFINITELY be buying for our son! On the Leapfrog site it is $19.99, and is $16.73 on Amazon right now.
 PLUS take a peek at the new My Own Story Time Pad tablet for your little ones (2-4 yrs). AND you can check out their new Solar System Adventure pack while you’re there!
Free Shipping on My Own Story Time Pad, a NEW personalized pretend play tablet for 2-4 year old little learners! Use promo code STORYTIME. Offer valid now through 10.31!
Free Shipping on New Tag Books: Solar System Adventure Pack, Disney Cinderella, or Chuggington. Use promo code NEWTAG. Offer valid now through 9.21!
Free Shipping on New Pixar Pals, Scholastic I Spy Challenger or I Spy Treasure Hunt games for Leapster Explorer & LeapPad! Use promo code NEWLF. Offer valid 9.9 through 9.21!

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  1. Jackie @ Real Coupon Housewife says:

    Lve the blog. My daughter is a teacher, will pas it on to her. I am following you from the Wednesday blog hop. I hope you will follow me back.

  2. Leapfrog tablet says:

    Thanks for the heads up about the new Tag books. I wasn't aware these were out. But hey, I live in Australia so they might not be out here for a while :0)
    I do have a question though. KNowing the weight and rather bulky nature of the Tag reader, how would you say they will benefit kids learning to write and handle a pencil? Would it be detrimental at all?

  3. The Teachers Wife says:

    To be honest I don't really see it as a detriment, as long as you don't use the Tag pen completely in place of a pencil. But I know for my son who has a fine motor delay and does NOT like having to "work" on his details – the new Tag books will be incredibly useful to encourage his fine motor skills – without the "work"!

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