These games teach valuable skills and have a high fun and educational rating.
Your child learns about rhyming while watching two characters create a story that incorporates as many -ate words as they can think of.
Your child develops an understanding of rhymes by creating their own endings to the verses.
Your child develops tons of different literacy skills, including reading comprehension, spelling, word decoding, rhyming, and much more!
Your child watches a clip from Super Why! in which the characters find rhyming words to create a park.
Your child will watch the ABC Phonics Song and will learn his alphabet.
Your child learns how to spell a few sight words that end with -AT.
Your child develops early reading and phonics skills as they help Frog form rhyming pairs with his rhyming machine.
Your child gains understanding of poems and plays with relevant literary elements by playing this game.
Your child develops rhyming recognition by selecting an object that rhymes with a word given by Grover.
Your child expands vocabulary and learns about rhymes by joining in a rhyming game with Elmo and his professor friend.