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Adventure Sketchers brings art to life

Trying to find interactive games that are educational and fun is often a hard task to accomplish; add in the fact that you want it for a 5 year old and you want them to love it adds another dimension of difficulty. I’m pretty impressed with myself because I have done it! I found a LeapFrog game called Adventure Sketchers for my sons LeapPad, it is innovative and brings their art to life. The kids love that it is interactive and they can record phrases that play in the game and then there is the pictures they create that appear while they are playing.

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This is great for on-the-go or if you need 5 minutes quiet and the kids won’t even realise you are benefiting from it (they’ll think you are great for letting them play).  If you are looking for a game that entertains, encourages imagination, story telling and promotes learning then I recommend the LeapFrog Adventure Sketchers!

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Enter below to win: 1 of 3 LeapFrog Adventure Sketchers! games. RRP $44.99 ea. (Total Prize Pool $134.97)

LeapPad tablet is required to play these games. LeapPad not included in prize.

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  1. Nicole C
    03/06/2014 / 8:49 am

    He played a real life game of Mario with his imagination. Jumping every few steps as high as he can to hit blocks to get coins, jumping on and off furniture trying not to touch the lava floor. He played liked that for months lol It was very interesting!

  2. Narelle Rock
    03/06/2014 / 9:58 am

    my daughter used to get up early, turn the portable heater on and the TV, then knock the heater over as she knew it would turn off automatically but she could sit on it while it was still nice and warm!

  3. Charlotte L.
    03/06/2014 / 11:39 am

    My daughter loves to make things and creates many interesting animals out of paper and other craft items. She recently had a rubber chicken and turned it into a beautiful peacock using coloured feathers and googly eyes!

  4. Matthew
    03/06/2014 / 1:00 pm

    Our two girls have a ‘Frozen’ frenzy – yippee, and decided to put on a surprise concert for us on the weekend. Emptying all the linen out of the kitchen drawers, they sticky taped all the tea towels together to use as hair. They dressed up in layer after layer of dress up clothes until they looked like Michelin men, used two old toilet rolls and began to sing. They’d asked their big brother to find the song and words on the computer, he turned the volume up full ball – much to his delight – and they progressed to serenade us with the songs. What words they didn’t know – and let’s face it, it was most of them – they made up. They had us in stitches. The only problem since – I can’t get that blasted song out of my mind now ‘Let It Go’ is about to kick the kerb.

  5. caterina ielasi
    03/06/2014 / 1:13 pm

    While cleaning one day, Miss almost 3 came to me asking for a sheet which I gave. She proceeded to open and drape it from the highest things in her room to make a cubby, which I helped her with. Some time later when I checked in, I could hear her muttering from below and on pulling it open found a fully furnished house (using dolls furniture), but decorated correctly. Combined lounge and dining room (where she was feeding the mum and dad dolls), the hallway dresser and coat stand in the entrance, and complete with ensuite bathroom. Our house is small and nothing like this. New house rules contestant maybe? Lol.

  6. kim m
    03/06/2014 / 8:57 pm

    my daughter made me a salad, it was very imaginative, she put all the things I like in it….. tomato, lettuce, ham, cheese, olives,carrots, mayonnaise, beetroot, orange juice, oranges……. very, very interesting and imaginative salad it was!

    • Mad Mummas
      29/06/2014 / 10:30 pm

      YOU’VE WON!!

  7. Rachel K
    04/06/2014 / 12:22 am

    My comment isn’t about my child but myself simple because it’s much funnier!

    When I was about 3 years old someone gave me a child’s tea set, it was plastic with pretty bunnies and flowers painted on it and I loved it!

    Dad was in the living room relaxing and watching the 6 o’clock news. I brought Dad a little cup of ‘tea’, (but it was really only water!) and after several cups of tea and lots of praise and thanks for the yummy tea, Dad called mum to come and see.

    Dad made her wait in the living room so she would be surprised as she witnessed the super cute and clever tea waitress! Mum waited, and sure enough, I came down the hall with a cup of tea for Dad; and she watched him drink it up.

    Then she said, in quite a smug voice, “‘Did it ever occur to you that the only place she can reach to get water is the toilet!”

  8. Mick G
    04/06/2014 / 11:06 am

    Aaron used to sit in the back yard with a fishing rod and sinker making out that he was on the Murray River camping

  9. Kasey Evans
    04/06/2014 / 8:33 pm

    My daughter liked to pretend to make a meal then feeds it to me!

  10. Sarah Armstrong
    04/06/2014 / 8:40 pm

    My youngest daughter is always making crafty presents for us. The last one she made was some sheep make out of playdough made into balls and dried, some cotton buds for legs and ears and a little tail

  11. Kathryn C
    06/06/2014 / 11:53 am

    My little Miss loves to make her own meals using her little kitchen and play food. The creations and dishes she comes up with is fantastic. She then sets the table for her little brother and they ‘pretend’ eat together 🙂

  12. Debbie O'Donnell
    06/06/2014 / 10:48 pm

    I’ve seen this Adventure Sketchers in action a very creative tool for kids to learn and have fun.

  13. Nichole Mckee
    07/06/2014 / 11:39 pm

    After losing most of our fish from the dam in a previous big flood, our Jack placed his cast net at the overflow point when we were expecting another flood and saved his fish from being lost…saved 3 yellowbelly 5 spangled perch and a bass…we were all sooo proud of him 😀

    • Mad Mummas
      29/06/2014 / 10:31 pm

      YOU’VE WON!!

  14. Michelle
    08/06/2014 / 9:18 pm

    My 2 year old likes to pretend that his feet are food. He tells me it’s pizza, biscuits etc and then tries to get me to eat it.

  15. Kirsten W
    08/06/2014 / 9:29 pm

    My son tried to save our house from pirates. He made booby traps all throughout the house when we were asleep. Made for an interesting walk to the toilet in the middle of the night for his father!

  16. linda Hynson
    09/06/2014 / 9:40 am

    My 8 year old made a treasure map for his brothers birthday-so that he had to find his gift-i was amazed!!

    • Linda C
      22/06/2014 / 5:55 pm

      Great answer! Someone has copied it below.

  17. Falon Downing
    09/06/2014 / 11:23 am

    I don’t think I’ll ever know. Children seem to be the most imaginative when they’re trying to get away with things they shouldn’t be doing! 🙂

  18. alesha mcrobertson
    09/06/2014 / 1:31 pm

    Miss Just Turned 3:
    While laying in bed, she uses her imagination to make the street lights turn into the sun being awake so she can get out of bed.
    Boy am I hoping she grows out of this one!

  19. eden mcgill
    09/06/2014 / 5:49 pm

    The other day my son (3) made a care out of my weights and a baby wipes package! He is always so imaginative!

  20. Christie Miller
    09/06/2014 / 8:47 pm

    My daughter (4 years old)
    Found my hospital paper work and decided it was time to ‘do her words’
    And copied everything that was written on my hospital letter and took it to Kinder..

    I was very proud but very embarrassed when her teacher handed it back to me lol

  21. jody buhagiar
    10/06/2014 / 3:09 pm

    My son being an avid drawer. Drew a picture of me, great likeness, except I had no body , my arms and legs were coming off my huge head!! lol

  22. Lisa
    10/06/2014 / 9:44 pm

    My nearly 2 year old son, had Been at an ultrasound appointment with me just the other day. Not long after we had got home, I found him with the Wii nunchuk controller ‘scanning’ his belly, and then mine. It does look similar I guess.

  23. Theoni Versace
    11/06/2014 / 8:02 pm

    My 9 year old daughter choreographed a dance and filmed a video with the neighbours kids.

  24. sam greenwald
    12/06/2014 / 10:07 am

    My 8 year old made a treasure map for his brothers birthday-so that he had to find his gift-i was amazed!!

  25. Cheryl McKibbin
    13/06/2014 / 9:13 pm

    filled the cats bowl with coco pop because she was hungry!

  26. Kira B
    14/06/2014 / 5:33 am

    My son transformed our backyard into an airport!
    He even had the special emergency runways, markings & the fire trucks ready incase anything went wrong. Of course they were only toys landing but you could have sworn you were really listening to a real landing

  27. Samantha Mullins
    14/06/2014 / 10:54 pm

    At playgroup the teacher was reading a book about fish, the teacher asked what do fish eat? and her answer was fish fingers. We all nearly fell over like they do on Peppa Pig laughing.

  28. Laura Scriven
    14/06/2014 / 11:49 pm

    Using our walls as a chalk board,
    He said he was bored.
    The space to small,
    Gee, he had a ball!

  29. Sharon Markwell
    15/06/2014 / 11:08 am

    She hit my husband over the head with a wooden hammer when he was sleeping. She sure can run!

  30. Mikaela C
    16/06/2014 / 9:06 am

    My child told me she had made us lunch it was beautiful bangers and mash! Which was really sticks and sand!

  31. MargC
    17/06/2014 / 8:18 am

    He pretended he was superman and jumped off the back of the lounge. It was a shame it resulted in 8 stitches to his chin.. sigh

  32. Joanna Harrison
    18/06/2014 / 7:14 am

    Being impatient with her busy mum and dad, my five year old daughter has recently taken to opening her book on craft and using just paper and scissors where originally the craft might have used fabric, she’s being making her own crafts from paper. She’s made a beautiful wreath and a delicate paper basket with handle and decorated them with her drawing and stickers!

  33. Maria P
    18/06/2014 / 12:02 pm

    Gave me a blank piece of paper and told me to guess what she had drawn. Only problem she didn’t draw anything – she said she imagined it in her head. Go figure.

  34. Jessica Lawton
    19/06/2014 / 10:24 am

    My son loves loves loves this. Great development tool

  35. Kate Dvornik
    19/06/2014 / 9:30 pm

    My son had an imaginary friend for years…Boona was his name and Boona even had his own social circle! It was amazing…and he never changed his story!

  36. Jodie Harlow
    19/06/2014 / 9:49 pm

    My ever active performer would finally sit still, or probably bring half the neighbourhood around to help him enjoy it.

  37. nicole larsen
    20/06/2014 / 10:40 am

    sprinkled talcum powder all over himself and pretended he was a ghost

  38. Crystal
    20/06/2014 / 8:09 pm

    taken me on a trip to the moon with her favourite toys and her big ideas

  39. Jessica Ashbrooke
    20/06/2014 / 9:30 pm

    She has set up a shop out of bits and pieces around the house and started shopping with her purse

  40. Charisse Childs
    21/06/2014 / 6:12 pm

    My son loves Star Wars and he imagined he had “Luke” his special friend with him and I had to give him a lolly if I was to give my son one too, which was a very clever way to get 2 lollies much to my younger sons annoyance.

  41. rowena
    21/06/2014 / 6:41 pm

    My daughters like to play princess hide and seek, whatever order they are found is what princess they are, its actually really fun!

  42. Zoe Ryan
    21/06/2014 / 8:29 pm

    When my now 6 yo was 3 we took him to QLD, when we got back he told this detailed story to my Aunt of how I had kicked him on the plane and the police came and put me in jail! I was horrified at his imagination to say the least, most stories have been fairly tame since thank goodness!

  43. Becky Downey
    22/06/2014 / 3:36 pm

    Watching a film about planes and then building an entire airport complete with very detailed planes in lego!

  44. Emma Puszkar
    22/06/2014 / 4:57 pm

    My son told his teacher that he doesn’t get any dinner and has to sleep with the chickens! One school interview later, we finally convinced them of his overactive imagination! That’s my boy!

  45. Chrissy Roberts
    22/06/2014 / 5:32 pm

    Jessie decided that our dog was the only white dog she knew and he was missing colours so she painted him with dirt to make spots and stripes like our friend’s pets.

    • Mad Mummas
      29/06/2014 / 10:31 pm

      YOU’VE WON!!

  46. Clinton M
    22/06/2014 / 6:29 pm

    Well created educational games create active learners!

  47. tracy wedding
    22/06/2014 / 7:52 pm

    he loves to use his cars and his tent to make tracks and runs the cars through the tent and over the furniture like a 4wd track

  48. Rebekah Ballingall
    22/06/2014 / 8:26 pm

    Our Little Girl couldn’t do up the zip on her dress but didn’t want my help. She used a metal coat hanger and zipped it up 🙂

  49. Aniko Dwyer
    22/06/2014 / 9:31 pm

    Dressed up as Snow White then went out into the back yard searching everywhere for the seven dwarfs.

  50. Amanda Manning
    22/06/2014 / 10:18 pm

    My 4 year old daughter was allowed to only bring a toy for sleep time. When I picked her up that afternoon, her teachers told me they had to speak very quietly all day or else my daughter would complain they would wake up her unicorn.

  51. Tamara Lamb
    22/06/2014 / 11:11 pm

    Always playing superheroes with his (their!) brothers!

  52. Stacey Gladman
    23/06/2014 / 12:40 pm

    Given all the kicks I’m feeling in my tummy now, I’m sure he’s fighting some great warrior inside! I can’t wait to use tools look this to broaden his creativity and imagination and well as help him learn.

  53. Teena Lewis
    23/06/2014 / 1:39 pm

    My daughter and her friend drew a map on the driveway with chalk and then flew/drove/caught a boat to each place and made up a story about each new land, it was funny and awesome!

  54. nicole morris
    23/06/2014 / 2:36 pm

    my 2 year old grabbing an empty toilet roll and looking through it then using it as a microphone and sing into it

  55. daniela barbaro
    23/06/2014 / 2:52 pm

    created a childs book and illistrated it and now reads it to her baby cousins

  56. Faye
    23/06/2014 / 3:47 pm

    Master 3 loves to draw. He puts the pictures in envelopes and then he delivers them to our neighbours’ letter boxes on his little trike. He says he is “Postman Pat”..

  57. kelly mccarthy
    23/06/2014 / 7:59 pm

    play xbox at the age 3

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