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LeapReader™ Book: Leap and the Lost Dinosaur - French Version
  • LeapReader™ Book: Leap and the Lost Dinosaur - French Version

Tag™ Book: Leap and the Lost Dinosaur - French Version

Ages 4-8 yrs.
Travel through time, meet 25+ dinosaurs and discover that science is everywhere!

Type: Book

Skill Category: Reading & Writing, Science

Works With: Tag

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$14.99 $13.99

 

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LeapReader™ Book: Leap and the Lost Dinosaur - French Version-Overview

Overview

Go back to prehistoric times with Leap and Professor Quigley to help an adorable dinosaur find her family.

LeapReader™ Book: Leap and the Lost Dinosaur - French Version-Dinosaur details

Dinosaur details

Discover what these Jurassic giants fed on, how they defended themselves, where and when they lived and much more.

LeapReader™ Book: Leap and the Lost Dinosaur - French Version-Science skills

Science skills

Rev up the time machine for an introduction to paleontology and explore the Cretaceous, Jurassic and Triassic periods.

LeapReader™ Book: Leap and the Lost Dinosaur - French Version-Fossil fun facts

Fossil fun facts

Learn all about how fossils form, and then be a dinosaur detective and help Professor Quigley identify mystery fossils.

LeapReader™ Book: Leap and the Lost Dinosaur-About the series

About the series

Supports reading development by providing children with knowledge-building opportunities in areas of personal interest.

Dimensions
  • Product dimensions:  17.6Wx29Hx1.3D
  • Package weight:  0.22 kg

Teaches

Skills
  • Thinking Like a Scientist
  • Life Science
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Vocabulary
The Learning Difference

Parents can connect Tag to a computer and see their child's reading progress, get personalized skill insights and expand the learning with fun activities, printables and tips from experts. Tag books are designed and approved by the LeapFrog Learning Team and grounded in the latest research for the richest possible learning experience. Promoting learning through play taps into children's natural curiosity and inspires them to explore.

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