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The Trip – Little Critter Reading Adventure
Based on Mercer Mayer’s classic book of the same name and featuring his original artwork, The Trip – Little Critter Reading Adventure invites children to travel along with Little Critter and his family on an action-packed road trip.
You are given two options: Reading Adventure, where you can play, and Just Read where you can just read the story without any distractions.
This interactive game is so much fun! My son has so many things to do. Take a trip with the Critters to Lake Wacatooke. You can choose which route The Critters will take, play games along the way, see the interactive map of the route, tap the blue dots for movements and sounds, collect flashcards, and help navigate around obstacles that come up along the way.
- o Imparts early reading skills and decoding of simple word patterns through creative gameplay, such as solving puzzles, matching words with objects, and completing patterns.
- o Pop-up activities unlock collectible gems—collect all six to play a fun arcade-style game.
- o Alphabet flashcards are hidden on every screen teach and reinforce all letters and can be accessed any time for word repetition.
- o Builds critical problem-solving skills through inventory collection and selection of items needed to advance through the app.
- o Navigational component lets kids choose which direction the Critters will go.
- o Text highlighting, visual interactive item clues with professional audio narration, and dramatization keep younger readers engaged with the story.
- o Kids learn positive messages about family values of love, compassion, empathy, caring, and sharing.
The Trip Little Critter GamePak
The Trip – Little Critter GamePak, an extension of the reading adventure app, which includes over 50 fun and engaging activities featuring Little Critter. Divided into two sections, Gamepak and Digistix, The GamePak includes five game themes including Dot-to-Dot, Mazes, Matching Pictures and Words, and How Many?
The Digistix section, features over 175 digital stickers across five game themes, inspiring the imagination and fostering creativity. In two special beach and camp activities, Digistix stickers that are tapped, dragged, and dropped into the scenes react differently depending on where they are placed, enabling kids to move and change the scenes to create a new adventure every time.
I can’t tell you how much my five-year-old loves these apps, they are well worth the money! Not only is he learning as he plays he is having fun in the process.
Silver Dolphin Books is celebrating the release of the apps by launching its YEAR OF FUN CONTEST!
Enter Silver Dolphin Books’ YEAR OF FUN contest at the Silver Dolphin Books Facebook page, and enter to win FREE kids apps and books for an entire year! Starting April 1, every week for four weeks, one lucky winner will win every kids app that Silver Dolphin Books’ launches in 2013. Each winner will also get to select one FREE book for every month in 2013 from the Silver Dolphin Books new releases collection.
- Visit SilverDolphinBooks.com
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My son would love the monster friends books too
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My kids would love Build the Human Body.
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Serena holloway says
Learn to draw with rectangles
Nature Trails: In the Woods
Janet W. says
My grandson would like The A to Z Book of Wild Animals: An Alphabet Adventure and Animal World!
My kids would like Billy bunny
jamie braun says
we would love the PLAY-DOH: Mama’s Little Ducklings
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Nancy B says
The Comic Book Bible
Kathie Craig says
Read and Play: On the Go
I like the totally monster feelings book.
Addison Kat says
My daughter would like the Learn to Draw with Rectangles book
Michelle C says
My kids would like the Bug World book. Thanks for the chance to win!
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Laquandra R says
Any of the Play-Doh books or the Build the books. Also the 3-D explorer books.
Sue Hull says
My 9 yr old neice would like the World Atlas.I used to read the Little Critter books to my daugher when she was little.Great books! Thank you 🙂
Animal Adventures: Rain Forest looks amazing; it would be a big hit here.
Suzie Williams says
I like The Comic Book Bible.
dawn k says
My grandson would love Animal Adventures: Rain Forest.
Rachael Henzman says
We love the My First Bible Stories! Thanks for the giveaway!
Betty League says
I have someone very special that would love the receive – Bug World By: Maurice Pledger for his birthday. thank you
Darlene Ysaguirre says
The Uncover the Human Body Book
Megan Parsons says
Build the Human Body book would be awesome!
Tami Valentine says
I talk a lot about feelings and friends with my students. I think they’d love the book Feelings. Thanks for the great giveaway!
sandra davis says
like billy bunny and the butterflies
Darlene Jones-Nelson says
Billy Bunny and Alice in Wonderland classic pop ups
Lesley M. says
My son would love the “My First Bible Stories” book!
Edna Williams says
My niece would love Bug World By: Maurice Pledger. Awesome!
kresta underwood says
My granddaughter would like Billy Bunny
Lenora D says
My sons would love the human body book.
Shelley P says
My kids would love the My First Bible Stories book.
My first Bible stories sounds like a great book
christine jessamine says
i love the like billy bunny and the butterflies
Nicole Sender says
My grandson would enjoy the Slide and Discover: World Atlas.
Daniel M says
Animal Adventures: Rain Fores
Kathy D says
We would like the Color and Play: Sea Creatures
Jean Carlisle says
Alexis T says
Well, all of them. My kids have “inherited” my love of reading. The T-rex one for sure.
naomi c says
the puzzlepal books look like fun!
Julie Murphy says
amazerasers drive thru
Pamela Halligan says
The classic pop-up books.
nature tails in the ocean- it has a dolphin!
Mary Dailey says
We would also like the Dinosaur World Sticker Book
Dawn Monroe says
I think my grandkids would love the play dough lets get creative books. The ocean friends looks educational also.
courtney hennagir says
my son would love the classic pop ups!
Diana Hatch says
The monster friends books look great
We’d like to read Nature Trails: In The Ocean.
Jennifer Clay says
The A to Z Book of Wild Animals: An Alphabet Adventure
amber carroll says
the book called Build the T. Rex
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