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Reader Rabbit Math Adventure Ages 6-9 (Jewel Case) [OLD VERSION]
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- Kids will explore Pirate Island with Sam the Lion, Penelope the Parrot, and Reader Rabbit.
- Each fun activity has many play levels, progressing from the easiest to most difficult.
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With other programs, my daughter would play, and then get bored or overly frustrated very quickly, but because of the ability to customize this game to your child's skill level, she played for hours and hours. The skill levels on it vary widely, so it can teach concepts from a 1st through 3rd grade level, unlike so many games that are only relevant for one grade. My daughter's gotten tons of fun math practice out of this game, and she's still playing! I'd recommend it to anyone.
He loves this game, which honestly surprised me!
The game starts with Reader Rabbit and Sam (the Lion) entering a boat race. Due to a storm they crash on an island. A parrot they know comes along and plans to help them find pieces to build a new boat, but she warns them to watch out for the Pi-RATs who like to steal boat pieces and tickle wrecked passengers with pillow feathers!
Once the premise of the game is set the program gives you a map of the island. The child then gets about four or five choices at a time. Each place they click on the map has a learning game. If they complete the game they get another piece for the boat.
One thing that is great about this program is the ADAPT technology. The game moves with the child so if they struggle with ordinal numbers, but do really well in fractions, the fraction problems get harder but the ordinal numbers stays at the same difficulty.
Some of the Games:
Fractions: This is a very cute game where you have to help the Parrot make a Pizza. Monkeys come and give a specific order, such as pizza with 2/3 spiders. The child has to choose the appropriate number of slices to cut the pizza into, the right bug, and how many of each bug.
Greater/Less Than: This game has the Pi-RATs trying to get onshore by climbing in barrels. The child has to shoot water balloons at the "right" barrels to keep the Pi-RATS from making it on shore.Read more ›
My almost 6-y.o. has rekindled his interest in RR Math and had played a lot over the last week, and has even been cajoled to ratchet up the skill levels -- with the promise he can always go back down. The program can also auto-ratchet the skill level. Most of the individual activities are reasonably fun, though the animation is pretty crude by the standards of other programs (Think early "Speed Racer" or other made-for-TV cartoons :).
I'm impressed they put in an activity for counting money, something that's not all that simple I realized when I tried to explain it. The telling-time activity likewise gets quite challenging. As you can see, I've been watching over his shoulder and haven't been bored away, although the repeating theme music *really* gets on your nerves after a while. (It can be turned off, but HE likes it.)
I predict playing these "games" helps my son towards a familiarity and confidence with numbers that makes the more advanced stuff later on less intimidating. But realize it is still the grown-ups who teach the actual math, as well as we can!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I played this game when I was a little kid around kindergarden age and I absolutely loved it. Now I am studying to become an engineer at a high ranked university and its all thanks... Read morePublished 28 days ago by Pamela Meny
My son does not like it finds it too repetitive. Graphics are low and slow to loadPublished 4 months ago by Celia Lee
Kind of outdated graphics but my kids enjoy it and it's better than them watching television.Published 6 months ago by Cierra
My child was having problems in Math and this was a big help.Published 12 months ago by Precious Websites
I got this for the kids that I babysit that have trouble with both reading and math because I remember doing these as a child. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Shadow Samarichie