Overview

Games which the new reader will play to learn the alphabet, how to count, sound out words, and read. For the ages 3 and up, at any level of reading. To attack a new vocabulary or language. The gamer will learn to learn, learn critical and analytical thinking, strategy, creativity and imagination. All will be tweaked and developed in the most productive games ever created. Created by a child as he decyphered "reading". Each game builds upon the last, and can be played for minutes or hours. Playing games to learn ...
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The Reading Sleuth

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Overview

Games which the new reader will play to learn the alphabet, how to count, sound out words, and read. For the ages 3 and up, at any level of reading. To attack a new vocabulary or language. The gamer will learn to learn, learn critical and analytical thinking, strategy, creativity and imagination. All will be tweaked and developed in the most productive games ever created. Created by a child as he decyphered "reading". Each game builds upon the last, and can be played for minutes or hours. Playing games to learn has been proven by far the best path to gifted and talented. Building the confidence of the reader with every word, the games could be explained in more depth, but every moment of discovery has been left to the new reader. This is the most fantastic development in "Edutainment" since the word was invented. What is it worth for the 3 year old to be playing quietly with any book? Priceless.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011848902
  • Publisher: Leonard Alan Publishers
  • Publication date: 11/16/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Age range: 3 - 5 Years
  • File size: 39 KB

Meet the Author

The author started creating these games as a child, each game builds upon the last until the reader is reading. Along the way so much development occurs. The author studied his games while flying through classes. Through Engineering and Computer Science this game system proved to be the most efficient way, or in kids terms "So easy he thought it was illegal." He is working on his PhD and writing books at this time.
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