Bubble Rhyme for Kids to Learn to Read Free
- Publisher: P.C. Stoecklin and Associates, Inc.
- Genre: Education
- Released: 15 Dec, 2010
- Size: 12.1 MB
- Price: FREE!
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Bubble Rhyme for Kids to Learn to Read Free is intended for youngsters who are learning to read. It helps them recognize words that have the same ending sounds and spelling. It should be used for youngsters who know their basic phonetic sounds or have mastered the application Bubble Phonics. It is a definite help in teaching your youngster to read new words.
Bubble Rhyme for Kids to Learn to Read Free provides an entertaining learning experience with helpful reinforcement. It contains a limited subset of words from the 90 rhyming words in the full version. It is intended to aid your youngster in learning to rhyme and read words.
When the game begins, your youngster is shown the image of a word such as bee and asked to find the word that rhymes with bee, such as tree. Translucent bubbles float across the screen displaying several possible answers for the rhyming word, including the correct answer. Your youngster chooses the correct one from the set and is rewarded with an audio response that reinforces the rhyme. This reinforcement is similar to the manner in which you would help your youngster read a word that rhymes with a known word. If the correct answer is not chosen, they are gently encouraged to try again. If your youngster needs help, a helpful bee, called Buzz, provides help for rhyming the word. After several rhyming exercises, the youngster begins to see the pattern. This pattern is then used to aid your youngster in learning to read similar words. This is an excellent exercise and your youngster will enjoy seeing the images and finding the rhymes.
Recognition of words
Bubble Rhyme for Kids to Learn to Read Free is an introduction to the full version which provides youngsters with a meaningful reading experience. The game contains an excellent user interface for very young fingers. This educational game keeps your child’s attention while they practice reading and rhyming words. In addition it improves motor skills and sharpens memory.