From family games to the toad, ten progressive difficulty games to help children learn the basics of reading. Many hours of games in a small box! Reading: Being able to break down words into syllables and sounds is an essential prerequisite for reading entry. However, this is not an easy exercise. Some tips before you start....
Syllable sets: A word is composed of one or more syllables. Singing the word makes it easier to identify the syllables that make it up. Example: pants; say pan-ta-lon, stating each syllable in a different tone. The notion of syllable is often easier to identify than that of sound, and is therefore often acquired first.
Sounds games: The sound (or phoneme) is the noise made by a letter where the association of several letters: the letter F is pronounced "èf", the sound F is pronounced "fff". The letter P is pronounced "pé", the sound P is pronounced "pe": the final E is only heard very slightly, it is only an explosion. The letters C and H form the phoneme "CH".
If these games have an educational purpose, they are above all funny and fun... good games!
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|Primary title||Tap'syllabes & Chante Sons|
|Release Date||December 2009|
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|Size||3.70 x 7.17 x 0.87 inches|
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|Type of public||Child|