LeapFrog Tag: National Geographic Kids: Activity Cards - Bird and Sea Animals
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Discover over 40 interactive activity cards featuring National Geographic pictures of bird and sea animals come to life with the touch of the Tag Reader. Using the Tag reader, hear amazing animal sounds, learn fun facts and read new vocabulary words on each card.
With your Tag reader, read, see and hear birds and sea animals come to life in National Geographic pictures with the touch of the Tag Reader
Using amazing touch technology, the Tag Reader makes learning to read an exciting experience as words talk, pictures sing and stories live out loud!
The Tag reading and activity books have over 20 books and games available, including favorite TV and movie characters and classic stories.
Kids learn reading basisc skills, concentrating on suffixes, phonics and word recognition & comprehension skills. Kids will love to read the story and play learning activities that help build phonics skills, vocabulary, and reading comprehension all with the help of their Tag reader.
Parents can connect the Tag Reader online to the LeapFrog Learning Path to see what their child is learning from this book, and can receive recommendations for other books their child should read next to continue to build their reading skills.
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.
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.
Young children are naturally intrigued by animals and animal facts. Very early on children begin to categorize animals by species and learn interesting facts about them. This early interest in animals provides the motivation for later work in life sciences.
Life sciences deal with living organisms including their structure, development, evolution and origin. The main topic of study is biology and its related disciplines.
When children first learn about world geography it is often in terms of the habitat of different animals. Children go on to learn about the different countries around the world, the different types of flora and fauna and the cultures of the people who live there.