These games teach valuable skills and have a high fun and educational rating.
Your child develops an understanding of primary and secondary colors by interacting with the color creation process.
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 will listen a story about the beauty of all skin colors by Karen Katz as the illustrations are shown in the video. The narrator conveys respect and affection for the people in her life as she vividly describes their skin tones.
Your child learns about colors and objects they typically embody by watching this video with black and white drawings, and guessing which colors should fill in the objects.
Your child learns about different cultures by helping Grover decorate postcards using stickers of signature food, arts, and traditions of different countries.
Your child will engage in a variety of creative, as well as cognitive, activities such as coloring, memory, dressing up, and music etc in this game.
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 creative skills by exploring a number of different creative outlets including designing pictures, cards and movies.
Your child develops word meanings and matching skills by finding the words that describe the object in this fun game of bumper cars.
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.