Reader Rabbit and Sam the Lion are in the Dreamship again when suddenly the stars stop sparkling. The Pi-rats have crash landed into Mount Brill. Join Reader and Sam as they explore Sparkalot to solve a very brilliant mystery.
Children are on a quest to find five yellow Brillites. The journey leads them through lots of fun games and activities.
Kids will find a cave where they choose shapes to move a mine car. At Rush River children identify beginning letters by matching pictures to the correct beginning letter. Sparkle Rocket Math asks kids to choose the correct number to fill the rocket ship and in Lighting Bug Match players match baby bugs to mothers using multiple attributes. Once kids earn five Brillites they can put the sparkle back in the sky.
Each activity has three levels to ensure children learn as they progress. Kids or parents can manually set levels or they will increase automatically as children master skills. There is also a progress report for kids and parents to monitor.
As kids play they learn counting to target numbers, identifying number values, recognising letters, vocabulary, associating letters with sounds, sorting by attribute, recognising colours and comparing shapes. There are also art and creativity activities. Kids paint, colour, learn about calendars, create dance sequences and create music.
Reader Rabbit has been a favourite with kids, parents and teachers for years. The solid educational content combined with fun game play and rewards keep kids coming back for more.
Reader Rabbit Preschool Sparkle Star RescueSkills Learned: Counting to target numbers Identifying number values Recognising letters Building vocabulary Associating letters with sounds Sorting by attribute Recognising colours Comparing shapes Painting & colouring Listening comprehension Creating dance sequences Learning about calendars Creating music
Reader Rabbit Preschool Sparkle Star Rescue System requirements:Windows 98/ME/2000/XP/works on Vista, Windows 7,8 & 10, Pentium 166 MHz+, 32 MB RAM, 100 MB available hard disk, 8X CD-ROM, 16-bit 640X480, sound card.