Before I get into the website, I just want to say my son and I love this show! We discovered it on PBS and were quickly hooked. We loved the show so much that we went ahead and invested in a few DVDs. (If you’ve never seen the show and would like to learn more then you can visit here.) With that being said, I have no idea how I’ve never been to their website. My son and I have been missing out!
This website has a lot of great features for FREE. They don’t have a ton of things, but what they do have is worth the visit. Two of my favorites:
Duck’s Alphabet– This activity will teach letters and sounds. It takes your child through one letter at a time. Each letter has several activities your child will do to teach letter recognition and sound correspondence. Plus, if you create a user name and password you will be able to track which letters your child has completed.
eBooks– Love these books! You child has the choice of 5 books. Each book has audio reading and highlighting. LOVE! Plus, you child can go back over the text and click on words individually for them to be repeated. The books also have other interactive tasks throughout! Oh, and don’t miss the Caregiver’s Guide at the beginning of each book. It will give you some things you can do to help work on comprehension.
You child can also play an interactive flash game at PBS Kids.
Make sure you go check out this Wonderful Website!
|A Mommy Talks Review: I was not asked to write a review for this website. I just loved it and wanted to share it. All opinions expressed are my own.|
We are lovers of PBS and also Word World!
Did you know about their website? I really don’t know why I didn’t even think to look for a website for them.