These games teach valuable skills and have a high fun and educational rating.
Your child develops early reading and language skills by playing a variety of Super Why games
Your child develops an understanding of letter sounds by stacking chickens with the correct type of word.
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 will practice early reading skills and phonics awareness as they learn how to read words starting with "ch" and "sh".
Your child learns early reading and spelling while helping Pig make a pizza.
Your child develops early reading and phonics skills by matching beginning sounds to their letters and learning about short vowels vs. long vowels.
Your child develops phonics skills by watching a film about blending phonemes in the "at" word family.
Your child gains familiarity with rhyming by identifying rhymes to cross the river.
Your child gains understanding of poems and plays with relevant literary elements by playing this game.
Your child develops reading skills by hearing words read syllable by syllable.