Explorer™ Learning Game: Digging for Dinosaurs -English Version

Play games to learn fascinating facts about the Tyrannosaurus Rex, Stegosaurus and many other dinosaurs.

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Description & Features+

Play games to learn fascinating facts about the Tyrannosaurus Rex, Stegosaurus and many other dinosaurs.

  • Learn how dinosaurs lived when they roamed the planet
  • Dig up dinosaur bones to see how each dinosaur was unique
  • Build skeletons for a Velociraptor, Triceratops and other dinosaurs to open a new exhibit in the museum
  • Teaches science concepts, dinosaur facts and logic and reasoning skills. Appropriate for children ages 5 - 8 years
  • Works with Leapster Explorer™ and LeapPad Explorer™ (systems sold separately)

Assembled product dimensions: L 5.40 inches x W 0.70 inches x H 6.40 inches x W 0.20 pounds

Specifications+

Age
Age 5-8
Gender
Unisex
RecommendedAge-Variant
Age 5-8
Character
N/A
Assembled Product Length
5.4 Inches
Assembled Product Width
0.7 Inches
Assembled Product Height
6.4 Inches
Assembled Product Weight
0.2 Pounds
Shipping Product Length
1.85 IN
Shipping Product Width
3.50 IN
Shipping Product Height
1.53 IN
Shipping Product Weight
0.21 LB
Brand
LeapFrog
Product Identifiers
Walmart Item #
30340309, 30238265
UPC
70843139094
Model #
39094
MCN
924134
Group #
6000033320988
SKU
10066684

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Ratings & Reviews+

Explorer��� Learning Game: Digging for Dinosaurs -English Version is rated 4.1333 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great game for kids who love Dinosaurs My 4 and 6 year old love this game. My 6 year old has had it since she was 4 and has played it repeatedly. I can not tell you how many times she has completed this game. The mini games are easy enough for them and they love when they get to dig for the dinosaur bones and finally assemble the skeleton. The only downfall is that there are only 6 levels. I wish there was an expansion pack or a Digging For Dinosaurs 2.
Date published: 2014-10-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pretty good product, but.... My four year old has just become interested in dinosaurs and after reading the review thought this would be a good choice. This game did his attention for a while, but I feel like Leap Frog missed an opportunity. Once the museum is filled with dinosaur skeletons the game starts again at zero. A new set of skeletons could have been added to create a new level. Once my son filled the museum a couple of times, he started looking for other challenges and there are no new "rewards" for reaching new ground.
Date published: 2013-08-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great game for dinosaur lovers This is an exciting game for my 4 year old. He plays it a few times a month. After you complete a mission, you get to dig for dinosaurs, which is the best part. Once you complete enough missions and find enough bones, you can put them together to build a dinosaur skeleton and put it in the museum. Some of the games my son needs help with, like going through the maze, but if no one is available to help him, he can just do a different mission to complete other tasks to dig for dinosaurs.
Date published: 2013-06-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by from No Full Screen... who knows why? Why this game is not full screen like all the other games just baffles me... You think Leapfrog would be able to pay attention to things like that, after all these FAILS would you still trust them with the education of your children?
Date published: 2013-05-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Digging for Dinosaurs My Son who is 3 almost 4 loves this game! They not only get to dig for bone and build dinosaurs they learn great hand eye cordination with the games that they can play.
Date published: 2013-04-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very fun and educational! I love at my six year old son can win a bone-dig by doing level 1 by winning 10 points each time. My 8 year old daughter can win a bone dig by doing level 3 and getting 25 points each time on that level. 100 points total wins the bone-dig. If u dig up all the bones of a dinosaur, you put the bones together and the museum now has an additional dinosaur for their exhibit. The games are fun and learning about omnivores and carnivores and herbivores is great. My kids learned that we are omnivores. Playing a carnivore dinosaur, you only feed him other animals. With the herbivore, you avoid other animals and you eat all the plants you can. Just try the game. It's fun. Little kids might need help so look over their shoulder until they get the hang of it.
Date published: 2013-03-02
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