List/Grid Tag Archives: comprehension

Review Excerpt: This 29 screen “book app” lets you join the Cat in the Hat, as he visits a horse show and explores the horse related vocabulary that is surprisingly un-watered ...
Review Excerpt: Comprehensive technology reading based systems are as old as the dinosaurs, and IBM’s Writing to Read. So what’s new with this one? Two things — it’s ...
Review Except: What’s another word for an old dinosaur bone? How about a sweet treat? The answer is hidden in a 4 x 4 grid of word squares, each with a bit of a word such as FO, ...
Review excerpt: Ruckus Reader is one of several leveled ebook delivery systems for iPad (see also Booksy and Storia). It is available both by subscription ($25 for six months), or you ...
Review excerpt: Designed for older (upper elementary) readers, this 40 page/screen story is about life at the animal film studios, where The Fox is the director. The mystery has to ...
Review excerpt: This who-done-it mystery party game for one to four players (either competitive or cooperative) lets you and your friends play as detectives. You become part of the ...
Review excerpt: While this isn’t the first 3D I Spy title (see I Spy Universe) this is the first time the 3D graphics have been combined under one theme, along with a better clue ...
Review excerpt: This new format Leapster cartridge (for Leapster Explorer only) targets girls with seven princess-themed games. As you flip through pages of the book, reading-related ...
Review Excerpt: As you move around the map of a town, you can visit ten locations where you “talk” (read dialog boxes) to shop keepers or other characters. At various points, ...
Review Excerpt: Turn your Nintendo DSi into an ebook, with this series of six titles, found in Nintendo’s DSiWare store for 500 points (roughly $5). To buy the book, you must ...
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