Tag Junior Book Pal - For Ages 24 Months - 4
A love of books starts long before children can read - and its benefits can last a lifetime. Using the same amazing touch technology as the Tag Reading System- the Tag Junior book pal is designed to encourage toddlers natural desire to explore- while introducing preschool skills through playful book-based activities.
The Tag Junior book pal is easy for parents and children to use. Parents can download audio for up to five books to the book pal- then let their toddlers explore. Each Tag Junior board book introduces a different preschool skill - such as the alphabet- counting or social play - through 24 playful activities and more than 130 audio responses. Open-ended questions and fun sound effects encourage children to take charge- as they touch any part of any page to bring words- pictures or activities to life. After their child has played- parents can connect the book pal to the online LeapFrog® Learning Path to see their childs progress and get printable activities to expand the 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 critcal skills to make inferences and draw conclusions.Vocabulary - 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.Book and Print Basics - A childs 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.Rhyming - Rhyming songs and stories help children recognize the different sounds in words. Rhymes direct a childs attention to the similarities in words (hat sounds like cat)- which helps them learn to read.Colors Colors - Learning color names and matching them consistently to the right color develops by around the age of 2 to 3 years. When children eventually come to understand the concepts of color they can then use that information to categorize shapes- patterns and other visual information.Matching - Matching develops early logic and reasoning skills and is a component of early math and literacy.Children match like objects- shapes- patterns- pictures and stories- letters to sounds and pictures to words.Physical Science - Physical sciences (such as physics and chemistry) deal with the nature of energy and nonliving matter. Children observe- investigate- compare- describe and sort as they begin to form explanations of the world.
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