READER RABBIT'S READING DEVELOPMENT LIBRARY
Reader Rabbit's Reading Development Library is an electronic book designed to build reading, writing and typing skills for children with a learning disability. There are two levels each offering two classic tales from three different characters' points of view. So, basically each level offers six unique stories. Each reading level in the series is targeted to a specific level of reading development and is geared towards children ages 5-7. They are graduated in difficulty and build upon the others. Each storybook includes three skill building activities that develop comprehension, thinking, vocabulary, and sequencing ability. Express It allows the children to write letters to their favorite storybook characters by filling in the missing words, and then they receive a personal response. Story Match lets the children build their vocabulary and thinking skills by matching key words from the stories to colorful pictures. Story Order is where the children develop recall of the story and challenge their memory of the sequence of events by putting key story events in the correct order. COMPATIBILITY: IBM compatible or Macintosh. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: IBM: 386DX/33MHz or better; hard disk; double speed CD-ROM drive; 256-color SVGA; DOS 5.0 or higher and Windows 3.1 or higher (including Windows '95); Windows compatible sound card; 4MB of RAM. Macintosh: 68030 or better; hard disk; double speed CD-ROM drive; 256-color monitor at least 13 inches diagonal; System 7.0.1 or higher; and 4MB of RAM.
Notes: The Reading Development Library is a trademark and Reader Rabbit is a registered trademark of The Learning Company. ** See other Reader Rabbit programs under separate entries.
Price: Contact manufacturer.
This product record was updated on July 29, 2003.
This product is available from:
Learning Company, The (a division of Riverdeep, Inc.)222 3rd Ave SE
Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52401
Telephone: 800-395-0277 or 319-247-3325.
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