Two new devices by LeapFrog mix learning with playing games

Your kids can learn math, how to tell time and other skills needed for school - and you don't have to pry them away from video games. That was the appeal of two new handheld devices my three boys recently tested: the $70 Leapster2 and the $90 Didj, made by LeapFrog Enterprises Inc. and designed to put learning games into a format likely to be coveted by children.

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