Enable the child to learn words relevant to their world in engaging contexts
A thoughtful question encourages thinking and speaking
Visual Discrimination Skills Practice
The skill of visual discrimination is the ability to identify the difference between visual things, be it images, letters or numbers. It is a skill critical to learning and develops the child's spatial intelligence.
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Extend Vocabulary acquisition
Two-page challenge puzzles in each unit extends visual discrimination skills and consolidates words learned.