Children from 3 years to 6 or 7 will learn to say their first words with games that stimulate their intelligence and early learning.
Ideal to start in the world of reading, work the ear and pronunciation of different words. They will learn to spell and compose words phonetically.
* Improve reading skills by practicing vocabulary they hear at home and at school.
* Improves reading fluency
* Increase safety and self-esteem
* Helps children with difficulties such as autism, speech delay or other speech disorders in a stimulating way. Ideal to combine it with the game LEARN TO READ WITH GRIN.
First words with Grin and Uipi contains about 200 words: colors, numbers, body parts, pets, and much more. Ensures a positive learning, encouraging the players.
For the little ones: it is fun to touch the screen and interact by giving color to the elements of the scene, as well as the memory game (couples) in "baby" mode.
For the older ones there are 5 different games where they will practice vocabulary with 2 levels of difficulty in each game and from different approaches.
★ STORE YOUR VOICE
Record your voice to compare. A fun way to learn new everyday words for a child.
· WRITTEN AND AUDIO WORDS: Listen to the words in English with Cuca.
· RECORDING: record your voice to practice.
· 3 TYPES OF LETTER: choose the type of letter to stimulate reading.
· 5 GAMES:
- Spell out
- Search the word
- Search the image
- Couples or memory
· REVIEW MODE: In a bee game, review only those words in which you have failed.
· 2 LEVELS: each game with visual help or without.
· LUDIC OBJECTIVE: Catch fruits to feed the little aliens.
REPORTS FOR PARENTS
From all the menus, you can access the summary of recently visited games with the scores of correct answers and errors.
· With the option to send them to the desired email.
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We defend that well understood early stimulation is always useful for all and, especially, in children with special educational needs.
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