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LeapFrog Explorer Learning Game: Brave
Pros: This science game offers lots to do and learn within an engaging story
Cons: The witch missions can sometimes get tedious.
Bottom Line: Kids will enjoy this science-oriented adventure with a strong female lead and replayable mini-games.
Because there is such a strong story component, kids will want to play this one through on their own user profiles. Kids may enjoy going on a nature scavenger hunt and creating their own journals with pictures, leaves, pressed flowers, etc. For classroom use, this is best for quiet individual time or indoor recess.
LeapFrog Explorer Learning Game: Brave is a collection of games woven into Merida's story. Kids will help her collect items for the witch. As kids explore the woods and castle, they might stumble onto information or a quiz about the flora and fauna living there. It's woven into the gameplay, and kids can then unlock those items in their nature journals. Kids will also help her brothers navigate the castle by putting down properly shaped floor pieces. Another mini-game that appears has Merida riding through the woods, jumping over and avoiding obstacles. She also needs some assistance shooting her bow and arrow accurately.
Kids can learn quite a bit about plants and animals that most adults don't know. That may make some of the quizzes a bit tricky, but there's no way to lose. It's a good chance for kids to practice making educated guesses and narrowing down choices. When the questions come around again, as they randomly do (but not too often), kids will start to remember the facts. The archery game is designed to give kids an understanding of basic physics concepts. Helping the younger brothers traverse the castle requires logic and problem-solving. Brave also has some positive messaging around the importance of family and of standing up for yourself and what you believe in.