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LeapPad Adventure Sketchers Game

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  • Draw, trace, colour, and customise an epic adventure in this fantasy game

  • Record original voiceovers and sound effects to tell the story of a hero's journey

  • Teaches art and drawing, creative expression, storytelling, and story elements

  • Created by educational experts for a deep and engaging learning experience

  • Works with all LeapPad learning tablets, LeapsterGS, and Leapster Explorer

Create a fantastic universe and get drawn into the action! Design a hero, record sounds* and draw game elements. On this epic journey, your child will be challenged to find the magical Pen of Power, reunite the Book of Wonder’s scattered pages and save the Kingdom. Players build storytelling and art skills as they customize the adventure, leading up to a climactic showdown with the evil wizard Grumpus. • Draw, trace, color and customize an epic adventure in the ultimate fantasy game! • Record* original voiceovers and sound effects to tell the story of a hero's journey and save the Kingdom. *Not compatible with Leapster Explorer. • Teaches art & drawing, creative expression, storytelling, story elements and story sequence. • Ages 5-8 years. • Works with all LeapPad learning tablets, LeapsterGS & Leapster Explorer*(sold separately). Internet connection may be required for cartridge. Pretend Play Pretend play offers a creative outlet that strengthens a child's understanding of the world as he acts out stories he knows and situations he observes in the adult world. As imagination grows, dramatic play becomes more complex. Storytelling Children learn the patterns of oral language and stories by listening to and repeating what they hear and read. Story building Children learn to build stories by combining narrative elements such as character, setting, problem, etc. Drawing As they draw, children develop spatial reasoning, visual acuity, and hand control - skills which will ultimately help them write letters.

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