Reading Blaster Jr. / Reading Blaster: Ages 4–6 Davidson and Associates 1995

Learning to read is one of the most rewarding—and important—tasks a child can accomplish. Laying the groundwork for achieving reading skills can be done in a variety of ways, but one of the best has to be through the use of multimedia reading CD-ROM programs. Reading programs provide an enjoyable atmosphere for children to practice reading skills. Children can repeat areas on which they need to work and hear phonetic sounds. Most reading programs contain at least some phonetic aspects, which many experts agree is key to developing reading skills. Programs focusing on reading are available for preschoolers through junior high school students. For preschool children, programs such as Reading Blaster Jr. and Ready To Read With Pooh feature tasks such as matching letters with their sounds, learning about rhymes, and learning about the sounds letter combinations make. Children will need a strong grasp of the alphabet before they can use most reading programs. Reader Blaster Jr. has a few entertainment options as well. A handful of songs can be played, and the Silly Sentence Creator provides a fun introduction to sentence structure.
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