Comment #39 was the random pick for the LeapFrog Tag prize pack. Amy, who commented, “I pledged 20 minutes per day (total time 10 hrs. 20 mins.). I love that a library is going to benefit from this contest, as well. Thanks!” is the winner. Thanks to everyone who entered!
I love to read with my girls but I know I don’t do it nearly enough as I should. In celebration of NEA’s National Reading Month, LeapFrog has launched 1 Million Reading Hours where you can pledge to set aside at least 10 minutes a day to read with your kids.
We reviewed the Tag reader back in the fall and it is a big hit with my girls, both my Miss A, who just turned 4, and my now reading chapter books first grader, Miss C. It’s great for beginning readers, especially, and the magic “pen” brings the special Tag books to life. There are also fun interactive games built into the Tag books and the library continues to expand. Miss A received the Dora Goes to School Tag book for her birthday last week and loves it. There are children’s reading classics in the Tag library of books, too, like The Little Engine That Could and Green Eggs and Ham.
Now for the fun part. You knew there was a reason why I was bringing all this up, didn’t you?
Leave a comment here telling me how much time you pledged in the LeapFrog 1 Million Reading Hours Campaign. I will randomly choose one winner from all eligible comments left by midnight (CST) March 31 to receive a green Tag reader (a 2009 Toys of the Year winner!), five books (chosen by LeapFrog) for your own use, as well as an expanded-memory LeapFrog School Tag reader plus an additional 10 books chosen by LeapFrog to donate to your local library!