LeapFrog Enterprises, Inc. provides technology-based educational platforms worldwide. The company offers reading solutions, such as the LeapPad learning system that includes basic vocabulary and reading concepts to preschool and kindergarten children; and Tag learning system, a pen-based reading system that focuses on fundamental reading skills and offers a library of interactive books. It also provides educational gaming products primarily for children; The Leapster Educational Gaming system, Leapster or classic Leapster, a handheld device with a multi-directional control pad and a touch-screen enabled by a built-in stylus; Leapster2 platform, which connects to the LeapFrog Learning Path; Didj Custom Gaming System, a Web-connected handheld device that allows for customization of curriculum and game play; and Crammer Study and Sound System, a hybrid music player and study device. In addition, the company offers the Fridge Series, a line of magnetic toys designed for preschoolers and kindergarteners that teaches letter names, letter sounds, and learning songs: the Learn and Groove Series, which features bilingual musical learning toys: and Pre-school Games, a line of fast-paced handheld learning games; and Clickstart and My First Computer that introduces computer and preschool skills by turning any TV into a childâ€™s first computer. Further, LeapFrog Enterprises provides the LeapFrog Learning Path, an online tool that helps parents track what their children are learning with its Web-connected products, such as Tag, Leapster2, and Didj. It sells its products directly to national and regional mass-market and specialty retailers; and other retail stores and school-related distributors and resellers through a combination of sales representatives, as well as through online store and other Internet-based channels.
The company was founded in 1995 and is headquartered in Emeryville, California.