Starting from $150 per school
Reading begins with recognizing spoken word. One by one, your students will learn to connect sounds to written letters. Mini- games facilitate this process using familiar vocabulary - animals, vehicles, and furniture.
Writing skills can and should be worked on in a fun environment without fear of failure. With the help of dedicated minigames, children learn to chain letters and syllables together to form new words.
Motor skills are an oft-overlooked skill set games help develop. Eye-hand co-ordination is important both in the real and virtual world, and games are great for improving children's physical confidence.