These games teach valuable skills and have a high fun and educational rating.
Your child will practice early reading skills and phonics awareness as they learn how to read words starting with "ch" and "sh".
Your child develops phonics skills by watching a film about blending phonemes in the "at" word family.
Your child will watch a video where Jack Prelutsky reads a poem about a boring day, that is not very boring.
Your child develops spelling skills by seeing how the letters Q is always followed by the letter U.
Your child develops sign language skills by watching Rachel and other children sign the alphabet.
Your child will practice recognizing letters and spelling the word with the Word World friends.
Your child will practice reading and spelling one syllable words while watching dog and his friends dance in Word World.
Your child will practice letter and word recognition as they become introduced to the friends in Word World.
Your child will practice phonics and reading skills as they learn about short and long vowel sounds.
Your child will practice letter and word recognition as they join the Word World friends in making the word "pies".