LeapFrog 30675 Tag Disney Pixar Cars Book Product Details
LeapFrog 30675 Tag Disney Pixar Cars Book
In the LeapFrog 30675 Tag Disney Pixar Cars Book, kids rad about Lightning McQueen and Mater as they have the time of their lives as they stir up trouble in a field of sleeping tractors. Find out what happens when their mischievousness gets the best of them! Play leveled learning activities that help build vocabulary, reading comprehension and phonics skills in the LeapFrog 30675 Tag Disney Pixar Cars Book. Plus, connect the Tag Reader online to the LeapFrog Learning Path to see what your child is learning.
Tag books work with the Tag Reader brings this LeapFrog 30675 Tag Disney Pixar Cars Book to life like never before. As children touch the Tag Reader to the pages of this specially printed activity storybook, a small camera in the tip "reads" the pages, enabling children to hear words and stories read aloud. Characters, pictures and learning activities spring to life with every touch, immersing children in the thrill of reading.
What It Is And Why You Need It
- Interactive learning for children ages 4-6
- Connect the Tag Reader online to see what your child is learning
Learning Path Stones
- Listening and Reading Comprehension
As children develop comprehension of books read aloud or independently, they explore the uses and functions of written language. They begin to construct meaning, eventually applying critical skills to make inferences and draw conclusions.
While infants and toddlers learn vocabulary by memory, older children use word structure and context to help understand the meaning of a word. They identify synonyms and antonyms. They use prefixes, suffixes and base words to build their own vocabulary.
- Phonics Skills
Before they can read independently, children must learn the relationship of letters to their sounds and be able to distinguish individual sounds, or phonemes, within words. Phonics skills help children sounds out new words (If I can read "pot", then I can read "hot" and "spot").
- Word Building
To read and write, children must understand how individual letter sounds blend together to make words. Experimenting with building words, such as changing mat to cat to rat, helps with reading and spelling.
- Word Recognition
As children learn to read, they must be able to "decode" the words they don't know- to translate strings of letters into words. Eventually they can recognize common words that can't be sounded out (the, said, she).
- Book and Print Basics
A child's early experiences with books greatly influence his ability to learn to read. Reading together helps a child learn how to turn pages one at a time and that text moves from left to right. Advanced readers learn how to use books for research.
- The Alphabet
Knowing the letters of the alphabet is one of the first steps toward learning to read and write. Introducing letters to young children helps them learn to recognize the different shapes and names - an early indicator for reading achievement.
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Warranty provided by: LeapFrog
Mfg Part No: 30675
UPC No: 708431306752
Box Size: ( Length:0, Width:0, Depth:0)
Shipping Weight: 0.5500 pound(s)
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