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This generation of kids are definitely the gamer kids. My boys enjoy their Nintendo DS’s . I have to admit I like them as well when we travel or have a meeting or appointment that I need them to sit quietly and be entertained.

8 interactive books for Pre-K – Kindergarten curriculum includes a focus on letter and sound recognition, shapes, colors and counting. Buy Now

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7 interactive books for Kindergarten – 1st Grade curriculum includes a focus on sounds blending, rhyme, patterns, and vowel recognition.

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6 interactive books for 1st Grade – 2nd Grade curriculum includes a focus on sight word reading and spelling.

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48 Responses

  1. I'm a subscriber! Finally- did you know this is why I bought myself a DS? Actually for the math to help my son and have yet to find games besides brain age to help.

  2. We're getting a N-DS for Christmas (I hope one to share will be enough!) and I'm going to use it exactly for this purpose-to supplement my children's reading/learning time!
    Cool game! Thanks for the tip!

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