Advance your child's essential skills w/ 2 Full Version Reader Rabbit titles
In first grade, children take the basic concepts they have developed in preschool and kindergarten and apply these concepts to tasks like reading and arithmetic. Six-year-olds use their mastery of letter recognition; letter and sound correspondence; and vocabulary to help develop their reading skills. Mastery of addition and subtraction requires a strong understanding of how to count. Reader Rabbit 1st Grade gives children opportunities to build academic skills and practice fundamental learning concepts.
To reinforce understanding and application of new concepts, the adventure activities in Reader Rabbit 1st Grade have increasingly complex skill levels, so the program can move from simple to more complex concepts at a pace that suits each player. Players can tackle more challenging problems even if they haven?t mastered all skills or concepts in the program. Each skill area adjusts its level up or down independently from the others, thereby creating a tailored learning experience that addresses each player?s specific needs.
Reader Rabbit 1st Grade carefully tracks players? responses to each level?s activities, using that information to adjust the type of puzzle presented. Not all activities are suited to this type of auto-leveling (open-ended experiments, for example). These activities begin at the first difficulty level and become more complex as players complete more of the game.
It?s time to join Reader Rabbit on a fun-filled journey to the four corners of Wordville. There?s so much to do before opening night. Time is running out, but the show must go on! The adventure activities in Reader Rabbit 1st Grade help children build language arts, math, science, and creativity skills, while the Learning Creations activities encourage children to explore and strengthen fundamental skills through creative play.
Professor Owl's Tree House - Follow the path to Professor Owl?s Tree House to develop language skills. Complete the gateway activity that leads to the tree house and the Word Bird and Silly Scripts activities.
Doorbell Spell Gateway - There?s a secret to unlocking Professor Owl?s door. Listen to the riddle, and find the missing letter in the word on the door. Then enter the tree house!
Word Bird - How will Penelope Parrot learn her lines for the big show? Listen carefully to Professor Owl, and help Penelope correctly pronounce her words.
Silly Scripts - Professor Owl is a wonderful scriptwriter, but she?s forgotten some of the words. Fill in the words to the stories, and you?ll have a script for the big show!
Papa Bear's Store - Follow the path to Papa Bear?s Store to build math skills. Complete the gateway activity that leads to the store and the Costu-Matic and Costume Count activities.
Week Creek Gateway - Help Reader Rabbit hippety-hop across the creek to Papa Bear?s Store. Arrange the turtles in the order of the days of the week so Reader can hop across without getting wet.
Costu-Matic - It?s easy to make wild and wacky costumes for the show tonight. Just pick the pieces you need, and pay for them with the correct change.
Costume Count - What does Papa Bear have in his storage closet? Find out by adding and subtracting costume pieces, and you?ll discover the perfect costumes for tonight?s show.
Pierre's Studio - Follow the path to Pierre?s Studio to strengthen your music, acting, and drawing skills. Complete the gateway activity that leads to the studio and the Pattern Piano and Billboards activities.
Autograph Hound Gateway - Reader Rabbit doesn?t mind being hounded by his fans. Help him choose a picture to autograph. The picture should show the feeling his fan describes. Then continue on your way to Pierre?s Studio.
Billboards - The four billboards you see in Wordville are blank. Use Pierre?s paints and drawing tools to describe the big show on the billboards. Then see your billboards posted on the paths to town!
Bab's Workshop - Follow the path to Babs?s Workshop to learn science skills. Complete the gateway activity that leads to the workshop, and the Measure It! and Prop Sorter activities.
Animal Geography Gateway - Oops! There?s something strange about these props and scenes. Pick the animal prop that doesn?t belong in the scene. Then find Bab's at her workshop.
Measure It! - No show is complete without a set. Help Babs measure objects so that they fit perfectly on the set she?s building.
Prop Sorter - Work the controls of Babs?s sorting machine to choose the right animal props for the show. Watch how the tracks move. Then use the controls to flip the props from track to track and into the log for the trip to the theater.
Reader Rabbit's Math Ages 6-9
Sam the Lion, Reader Rabbit, and friends are back on the Reading Road - and this time they're looking for Sam's imagination! Join them and a host of terrific new characters, including Buster the Car and the Crooning Caterpillars, as they explore 15 amazing lands filled with activities, books, and surprises. This breakthrough learning program develops 1st and 2nd grade reading and phonics skills, encourages creative thinking, and nurtures a lifelong love of reading.
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