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Leapster Game: SpongeBob SquarePants Saves the Day
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Product Details
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 Based on 21 reviews.
  • Sales Rank: 245

Customer Reviews

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:

5Spongebob+Leapster=Learning!, Mar 25, 2023
I highly recommend this Spongebob cartridge for the Leapster system! My little boy is a big spongebob fan and on Christmas morning he got from Santa a leapster and some Leapster games, of course Spongebob is one of his favorites. My little boy is almost 4 and he completely understands each game included on the spongebob cartridge and in the 3 months we have had this game he is already going to higher levels with the game. It teaches while letting your child have fun and that is what is the most important, if your child is having fun while learning they will continue to keep learning!
This spongebob cartridge teaches the values of money, colors, music game and more. The voices sound the same as on the cartoon and it keeps my little boy intrested in playing it still after 3 months he plays this game on a daily basis!
I would suggest this leapster cartridge for all!

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:

5Pretty Coolio, Mar 22, 2023
This game is very exciting for my son, he is five, I am teaching him to read his blends and this is a great reinforcer. I enjoy watching him do the math (one with the coins) as well as watching him make words.

3 of 4 people found the following review helpful:

2Alright... if you really like SpongeBob, Jan 10, 2023
The idea of this game is that the child helps Sponge Bob collect ingredients to create a new secret sauce. The animation is cute, but the games are too easy (my son is 4) and it takes too long to collect the ingredients. Once enough ingredients are collected, the child then gets to play "kitchen chemistry" which is not much fun. The child can either guess at the recipe or tap or SpongeBob to get it. Patrick does the taste test and it is funny to watch his reactions, but "kitchen chemistry" is just not exciting, interesting nor challenging enough to keep the child coming back for more.

In addition to "kitchen chemistry", the cartridge has four other games:

"Counting Claw": Has 3 levels, deals with counting change. the child sticks coins into a slot until he has put in the right amount. My son blindly sticks the coins in the slot until SPongeBob reacts. Then he enjoys playing the claw machine game and the wacky prizes that come out. But he learns nothing.

"Conveyor Chaos": Very similiar to the bunny game that comes with the leapster system. Done a little better, but not very versatile.

"Musical Garden": The child only has to play with assorted sea music until the timer runs out. The child's symphony is not played back. Music appreciation?? Whatever.

"Bubble Scrubber": The one redeeming game on this cartridge. Unfortunately it only deals with 4 letter words. And there is nothing to entice the child to try more challenging levels. I did get my son to start using level 3 instead of 1 by playing it with him and now he prefers level 3. Although I do know the value of repetition, a few more words would be nice.

After experiencing First Grade (which is still my son's favorite), I was disapointed. This game is only mediocore.

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful:

5My nephew 2 1/2 years old - graduated , Jan 5, 2023
I got my nephew a spongebob and leapster for christmas. I asked my sister how he does? She told me he got so excited and was so thankful that I got him a leapster which he is only 2 and half years old. I was informed he is already graduated from the spongebob that is only for 5 to 8 years old. I would rate this for any child to use not just ability of age but under the limit age will be able to repeat and hear them as often as they can to build their intelliegent. I can't wait to get him more leapster. He's already asking for more leapster stuff. I must say he's a leaster freak and plays it all day long.

0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:

It is fun! And most importantly educational. It has a game where you have to put the exact amount of money in the game slot. My kids like that part. They are 6 and 7 and ask me all the time if they can play their spongebob game, we are a two leapster family but they have to share their cartridges. Next year my youngest will want one too, I am sure, as she wants to play theirs,but she is just too little yet, another year she will be 4 so will check into getting her one of her own then...


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