Do you have a preschooler who you want to get ready to read? Many educational games for preschoolers develop the skills required for reading and set the stage for a lifelong love of reading.
Recommended educational game for preschoolers – Talking Dictionaries
Talking dictionaries or speaker-speller devices are an excellent way for kids to learn how to correctly read the words on a page. They’re a great complement to an adult sitting with a child pronouncing the words that a child does not yet know. This is a key skill needed to be a successful reader.
Children’s Talking Dictionary & Spell Corrector is an example of a good talking dictionary. It helps with spelling, basic definitions, and it includes interactive games that your kids can play.
To play a game with the dictionary, set a timer and have your child give a certain number of 5 letter words. See how quickly your child can type the words into the dictionary, get the definition and listen to the words.
Skills developed: Helps kids learn how to decode (correctly read the words on a page).
For interactive reading games, visit our reading games for kids page.
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