Have fun while building essential skills for school success.
This interactive multi-subject book introduces nearly 40 kindergarten readiness skills.
The LeapReader Get Ready for Kindergarten interactive book contains a broad range of math, science, reading, and social studies curriculum combined with engaging art and fun audio effects. As children explore the book, learning comes to life with character voices, sound effects and fun activities. LeapReader"s Get Ready for Kindergarten is designed to give kids ages 4 to 6 an introduction to nearly 40 essential kindergarten skills. This interactive book is for use with the LeapReader Reading & Writing System and is also compatible with the Tag Reading System (sold separately).
Based on educational research, we know that children who enter Kindergarten with certain key readiness skills may be better positioned for future academic success.* Get Ready for Kindergarten helps kids build these important readiness skills through fun interactions. In addition to math, phonics, and pattern recognition, this interactive book promotes children?s curiosity and fosters an eagerness to learn about science, social studies and more.
LeapReader?s Get Ready for Kindergarten gives kids a boost in learning areas that prepare them for success. This multi-subject interactive book helps prepare kids for school with a hands-on introduction to essential kindergarten skills. In Word Circus, children use consonants and vowels to build a variety of one-syllable circus-themed words. In Monster Math, kids count sets of candy up to 10 as a monster loads the pieces into its bag. Kids also learn to recognize dinosaurs, identify people and places in the community, understand the seasons and explore different instruments. Other entertaining activity pages teach word building, comprehension, pattern recognition, skip counting, calendar skills and beginning social studies concepts.
- Reading skills: Reading is a process that involves decoding series of letters into words to understand meaning.
- Science concepts: Children learn to consider scientific concepts within the domains of life science, physical science, and earth science.
- Mathematics: Mathematics involves recognizing patterns and solving problems using logic, number sense, and spatial relations.
- Social studies and culture: Learning about the people and places in our world helps children to become global citizens.
* Source: Santa Clara County Partnership"s study, ?Does readiness matter? How kindergarten readiness translates into academic success: A data report.?