Can Dora and her friends help Maestra Beatriz get to school before the third bell? Use the #1 selling Tag™ Reading System to bring this book to life!
• Join Dora in a bilingual adventure through Alphabet Town and over Number Mountain. Sing the Alphabet Song with Dora and take a ride in a counting train.
• This Read on Your Own book helps develop essential reading comprehension skills by using more complex sentences and advanced vocabulary words. The Read on Your Own series is part of the Tag Learn to Read System, and is designed to foster children’s confidence in their reading ability so they can apply these skills to other areas of learning. The Tag Learn to Read System library features 80+ interactive books, puzzles, maps and more.
• Children can earn online rewards and parents can connect the Tag Reader to the online LeapFrog® Learning Path to see what their child is playing and learning.
• Tag Reader sold separately.
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Preschoolers love joining Dora the Explorer on her adventures! This one will be even more exciting when they use their LeapFrog® Tag™ Reader with the Dora Goes to School storybook. Dora reads the story aloud and leads kids through learning activities that teach letter and number recognition, as well as English and Spanish vocabulary. Kids can hear the correct pronunciations of Spanish words as Dora and Boots help Maestra Beatriz get to school on time. Colorful illustrations are packed with sound effects, such as a school bell, bus horn, bicycle bell and even some squawking condors.
Kids can put their skills to the test with learning activities at the end of the book. The “So Many Books” activity builds sequencing skills by asking kids to select images that represent the beginning, middle and end of a story or process. For example, an acorn comes first, a sprout comes next, and a tree is the end. Explorers can build their vocabulary by playing the “Field Trip to the Museum” activity and learn the names of things an archaeologist might find.
6.80 x 0.50 x 11.30 inches