Kids from 2-4 can learn a full year of preschool skills in a zany world with wacky activities.
Yertle the Turtle is helping kids with counting. Kids find the turtle with the right number or count turtles and stack them on a rock. Kids learn number recognition and counting.
Fox is Socks has a fun game to play with his socks. Children sort socks into boxes by colours, size or both.
There is also a fun undersea game where Strawberry Jellyfish asks kids to colour fish. Beginning levels ask children to identify shapes and colours. In upper levels kids identify shapes, colours, size and count objects.
There are two matching games. In the first children match number to numbers and number to their words. The second game asks children to match letters and ultimately letter sounds to pictures. Horton the elephant will pronounce each picture, letter and it's sound. This is a great phonics activity.
An game with Pop, from Hop on Pop, helps kids with rhyming. Pop has lots of rhyming stories to tell after kids match words that rhyme.
All activities have automatic skill levelling to ensure children are consistently challenged. Progress tracking helps parents monitor each subject area.
Kids love Dr. Seuss, especially bright and colorful, fun and interactive Dr Seuss they can play with.