SpongeBob and Patrick shift into high gear to help, but will Squidward win or lose the big race? Use the #1 selling Tag™ Reading System to bring this book to life!
• Explore comprehension, word recognition and more in eight learning-packed games. Play the silent e game as Patrick cheers you on, and help Freda Fishhead write the Nonsense News.
• This Read on Your Own book helps children grow essential vocabulary and reading comprehension skills that build confidence and encourage reading independence. It’s part of the Tag Learn to Read System interactive library of 80+ books, maps and more. The system helps children build reading basics, develop confidence with reading and apply reading skills to explore science, geography, writing 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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LeapFrog Editorial Review
Beginning readers can embark on a wacky road race with their LeapFrog® Tag™ Reader and the SpongeBob SquarePants: The Tour de Bikini Bottom storybook. The fun starts right away when kids are asked to create a “secret racing name” by picking two letters. There are numerous combinations and kids can have a different name - such as “Astonishing Eel” or “Crazy Jellyfish” - every time they read the book. The Tag Reader brings the zany story alive for kids with a comedic narrative and sound effects on every page. Kids’ listening and memory skills are put to the test with activities throughout the story that ask them to recall details from previous pages.
Readers will also enjoy the four multilevel learning activities that help build key reading skills such as silent e, long vowels and beginning word sounds. All of these make great do-together activities since very early readers may need help from adults. Kids can earn many rewards, accessible by parents on LeapFrog Connect, including a special online game, “Underwater Symphony,” that lets kids create and hear their own melodies.
6.80 x 0.50 x 11.30 inches