Game of the Week & Vol. 8 Special Offer


We’ve got a Leap day coming up this week, so I thought it was a great chance to recommendΒ the Leapfrog Game – it’s one of my “go to life saver” games for any topic!

Have any of you tried it in your classrooms? What do you think?

Volume 8 Download Special Offer till Wednesday

UPDATE: Β This offer has now finished – thank you to everyone who ordered!

I was planning on offering this for Valentine’s Day as it has all the cool “I like” themes but didn’t have fast enough internet.

But it’s out now, so as a special offerΒ till Midnight Wednesday you can pick up the new vol.8 download for not $34.99 but just $19.99. Β I’m sure you’ll agree it’s a bargain!

Find out more here, or buy it here.

And of course if you want to get all 13 volumes for nearly the same price, check out the full Download Pack – that also goes up in price again on midnight Wednesday so get your skates on!

Enjoy the leapfrog game!

Be genki,


Richard Graham

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8 Responses to “Game of the Week & Vol. 8 Special Offer”

  1. Jerry

    Hi Richard..

    We regularly use the leapfrog game as a filler along with our “stepping stones”.
    It’s very similar, but more kids can play at the same time, so keeps everyone involved.
    It’s a very simple, easy to play, vocab check game in a race style.

    Great as time filler, but very useful and fun.

    Keep it Fun.. Keep it Genki.

    Jerry & Miyuki

  2. Ruth

    Yes, I often use this game. The kids ABSOLUTELY love it and get so excited even if it seems to take for ever with the rock, paper, scissors sending them back to the beginning.

  3. Adam

    My students all like this game too.

  4. Julia

    Today before I’ve read this post I played the game with my individual 10 year lod student, who hadn’t got any other interest in learning English, except doing his homework for the English lesson at school.:(
    And while we played I saw he was becoming more and more excited like waking up from a sleep. And after we’ve played he said:’Today was a very interesting lesson! We could play it another time again.’ I was happy!

    Richard! The greatest part in the victory is yours and I want to share the joy with you. Thank you!!!

  5. Kristin

    Even my jr. high school students love this game!

  6. Kristin

    Jerry, could you pleas explain your “stepping stone” game?

  7. ruth froehlinger

    This game is brilliant – my grade 2 kids had loads of fun playing it and they learnt all the words – we did the words to where, where, where song. Even the rock, paper, scissors lesson was so much fun – they loved it!!

    Thanks for the very genki idea! πŸ™‚

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