These games teach valuable skills and have a high fun and educational rating.
Your child develops letter recognition skills by finding the correct letter to go next in the alphabet.
Your child develops early reading and language skills by playing a variety of Super Why games
Your child will practice recognizing the capital and lower case letters of the alphabet as well as practicing phonics.
Your child develops early reading, phonics, and memory skills by matching pictures with their first letter in a game of Concentration.
Your child will learn to write letters of the alphabet and match them to sounds by tracing the letters with a mouse and choosing the objects that start with the letters.
Your child develops letter recognition and phonics skills by answering questions about the name and sounds of the letters of the alphabet.
Your child develops phonics, word meanings and history knowledge by watching this video about sailing the sea.
Your child develops phonics skills by watching a film about blending phonemes in the "at" word family.
Your child expands vocabulary and learns about rhymes by joining in a rhyming game with Elmo and his professor friend.
Your child develops rhyming recognition by selecting an object that rhymes with a word given by Grover.