- Learn to read and letter recognition
- Exercise hand-eye coordination
- Learn vocabulary and grammar
In early education, children start to learn to read. It is important that in the reading exercises a child is as much involved as possible not only following the letters and words with their eyes, but also answering questions and saying the words out load, actively participating. Making the learning experience interactive. A fun way for children to learn to read in an interactive setting is through games. Playing while reading helps children have positive experience and it is a good foundation for reading habits. Like many hands-on learning tools, games keep children engaged and entertained. One way to learn to read is using reading tools such as Hot Dots Jr. Let’s Master Kindergarten Reading Set. This electronic pen helps children confirm their answers to the reading exercise by pointing to a dot in the workbook. Hot Dots Jr. Let’s Master Kindergarten Reading Set and similar toys are great way for children to be engrossed in reading independently.
There are many reading games and activities that bring enjoyment to learning. Parents and educators focus on letter recognition and pronunciation of vowels and consonants when playing these games. Children are actively listening and concentrated on the words as they play. Reading games such as Hot Dots Jr. Let’s Master Kindergarten Reading Set have different practice exercise for every reading level. Children can work on letter recognition by touching and tracing the letters. Finding the fun shapes and curves of some uppercase and lowercase letters. Learning grammar through repeating sentence and phrase as they read. Familiarizing children with words and sentence structures. Furthermore, through this type of play, children acquire and build their vocabulary. Enhancing their communication skills, reading helps children practice their new learned vocabulary in conversation. Applying the new terms to their life.Delicious nostalgic candy and fudge direct from Mrs. Kimball's Kitchen.
Reading through play exercises a child’s mind and fine motor skills. Introducing writing to young children. Hot Dots Jr. Let’s Master Kindergarten Reading Set and similar reading tools help to strength a child’s hand muscles and grab. Developing hand-eye coordination as they place the writing tool above the dots. Children enhance and control their hand movements to pick and lay down the electronic pen. Also develops motor planning and visual perception skills. Children focus deciphering the pictures to match to the words and find the dots next to the correct term. Keeping their minds and hands active. Hot Dots Jr. Let’s Master Kindergarten Reading Set and similar activities are great for classrooms or independent study. Making reading part of a child’s daily life as natural as playing.