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Count Your Chickens
After your child succeeds at Number Train & Count Your Chickens, see if he or she can determine what number comes next in this game. There are several levels with the missing number in a different place in each level.
Alphabet Action gives your child the chance to begin recognizing letter names in an entertaining and interactive way. The best way to use this game is play it with your child the first few times through. As you click on a letter, it will tell the letter name & show an object beginning with that letter. It does not say the name of the object iphone 4S cases UK because weve found children like to be able to name it themselves (and we dont want you to wait forever to load the game!) You can take a few seconds on each letter to reinforce the letter name by saying it yourself and making sure your child can name the object correctly. Some of the letters have more than one object.
Mister Elephant's Memory Game
Mister Elephant's Memory Game is an updated interactive version of the old concentration-style matching game that you probably loved as a kid. It is a fun way to improve concentration, work on matching shapes, numbers, letters, colors, and patterns all while building your memory skills. This one is for all ages and gets progressively harder as you go through the levels. If your child is just now learning his/her letters, numbers, or colors, it is a fun game to play while he/she sits in your lap. Your child can have fun learning letter names as you call out each card as it is turned over. Even if he/she doesn't know the letter names he/she may be able to see that they are the same.
Rats! is a great game for practicing a variety of skills in a fun way. The object of the game is help Rusty Rat catch the good items in his basket. Early learners can choose from colors, shapes, numbers and letters. Middle learners can select lower case/upper case letters, vowels/consonants, or nouns/verbs. The advanced learners are given the choice of nouns/verbs, common nouns/proper nouns, and adverbs/adjectives. The skill selected is practiced until Rusty has been through sixteen levels or until you get a game over. It is a game that my kids ask to play even when it isn't school time. I think you'll love Rats!