Zippity High-Energy Learning System

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Zippity High-Energy Learning System

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Bring Playhouse Disney to your house with Zippity, the new high-energy learning system that gets preschoolers dancing, jumping, playing and learning with Disney characters they love. The Zippity system introduces preschool curriculum through full-body play and learning. Using the interactive bopper and mat, children can stomp, swing, bop and march, driving the learning with their arms and legs! The Zippity system features eight built-in learning activities that bring the characters to life on your TV through high-quality animations. Each activity has two levels of play for hours of active learning fun.


  • Durable mat and bopper interact wirelessly with the TV console
  • Kids ages 3 to 5 can move freely as they put their whole bodies into the learning action
  • Eight built-in activities, each with two levels of play
  • Feature characters from Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, My Friends Tigger & Pooh, Little Einsteins and Handy Manny
  • A built-in Learning Path lets parents see the skills their child is exploring as they play
  • Parents can create a personal LeapFrog Learning Path online for more in-depth insights and learning ideas
  • Requires 8 C batteries (not included)

Material: plastic, laminate

Brand: LeapFrog

Origin: Imported

Headquartered in Emeryville, California, LeapFrog was founded in 1995 when entrepreneur Michael Wood was unable to find toys that would help teach his son to read. Since then, the company has grown exponentially, developing a number of products focusing on three main areas: educational gaming, grade school learning toys, and reading solutions. The LeapPad was LeapFrog’s flagship product from 1999 to 2007, when it was replaced by the Tag reading system. Another notable product is the Leapster, a handheld gaming device with a touch screen.