These games teach valuable skills and have a high fun and educational rating.
Your child will practice investigation skills by scanning Dora's room for certain objects. Walking around her house, your child will play a variety of games such as dressing up Dora, helping her mother cook, and fetching her dog.
Your child develops an array of addition skills on Dora's first day back to school.
Your child will practice addition and understanding quantities while helping Dora and her friends get to their first day of school.
Your child develops the ability to complete patterns, count, recognize numbers, as well as beginning Spanish vocabulary while helping Dora find her lost Valentine. Upon completing the game, your child is able to create their own printable valentine card if desired.
Your child will expand knowledge of the concept of book and understand that printed materials provide information by collecting books to free captured Don Quixote.
Your child develops number recognition, counting, and matching skills by helping Dora and her mother navigate a number of different obstacles on their way to the carnival.
Your child learns a multitude of important interpersonal, math, and reading skills as they help the grumpy old troll become the thankful old troll with Dora and Boots.
Your child practices keyboarding and compares numbers and sizes so that Dora can recover her ribbon. Then, he or she chooses the moves that Dora will use in her gymnastics performance.
Your child develops early reading skills while helping Dora save the Crystal Kingdom.
Your child develops counting, attention/listening, matching, Spanish, and astronomy skills as they follow along with Dora's story and complete different activities along the way.