- Book and read games for all children from approx. 6 years.
- Entertaining word and sentence exercises in connection with the book.
- Funny pictures and texts motivate conversations about feeling lonely or different.
- Word reading allows pre-readers to explore the written language.
- Very suitable for beginners as well as for more experienced children who want to train word recognition.
The pre-reader can press each word and have it read. At the same time, the word is marked with green. Thus, the child gets a good sense of the visual and acoustic relationship with the printed word. The child also experiences the graphic delimitation of each word as well as the reading direction. This is the start of a good reading development.
The novice reader, who has learned the letter sounds and can put them into words, can practice the technique on most of the words in the book. In fact, it has been sought that most words are sound-oriented. On the words that have sound sequences and are not immediately sound-oriented, the child can "stand on toes" and try out and then tap the word and hear if it was properly read.
The word image reader, which in addition to sound reading can also read full words and recognize many of the 120 words will feel like a practiced reader and can quickly move on to the Read word exercises from the home page.
When the speech bubbles are pressed, you can hear the speech.
The pre-reader gets concrete experiences that each word has a meaning. The words are read when they are pressed to drag them onto the place in the picture that represents the word.
The beginner's reader gets practice in reading the sound and non-sound words and can recognize many words from the book text. If you want to read all the words without the help of the reading, turn the sound down completely on the device.
The word image reader can thus check how many words can be read safely by unscrewing the sound.
The pre-reader has a task here that functions as a puzzle. Here is no sound on the words until all the word cards from the picture are placed in the correct order in the sentences. Thus, the pre-reader is challenged, but can push forward from word length and backflow or suction in frame. The pre-reader gets concrete experience with words such as building blocks for sentences. The reward for a correct sentence is the experience that Rikke Rotte speaks from the picture.
The beginner reader gets good training in both sound and word recognition.
The word image reader is practicing his reading strategies in a fun way and may also need to "stand a little on his toes"
The sentences can be heard again each time you press them.
"Rikke Rotte" was developed in collaboration with Odin Jensen
Illustrations: Karin Lindeskov
Votes: Alberta Schrøder Nielsen, Marie Bach Hansen and Kasper Leisner
Texts: Lecturer Kirsten Bach
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