This article is in collaboration with BrillKids.
Earlier this Crew year, members were given the opportunity to review BrillKids Little Reader BASIC with their children. BrillKids Little Reader BASIC uses flash media, videos, and sounds to teach even the youngest children to read. In addition, users of BrillKids are able to download various other tracks to use with their Little Reader BASIC computer program. Brillkids recently gave Crew members the opportunity to review their new series of print books for young readers and the free downloadable material that is included for use with the Brillkids Little Reader BASIC program.
Brillkid’s Aesop’s Fables: Volume 1 are adaptions from the following much loved fables:
- The Lion and the Mouse
- The Fox and the Grapes
- The Boy Who Cried Wolf
- The Turtle and the Rabbit
- The Fox and the Crow
These books have special features that draw your child to the text in the book, encouraging them to learn how to read as opposed to reciting the story from looking at the pictures that go along with it.
- The text and pictures are on two separate pages and the book includes a blank extended fold tab that you place over the full color images when you and your children are reading the text on the opposite page.
- There is extra spacing between words so that your child focuses on one word at a time.
These books are printed on high quality glossy paper and include 10 pages of text with 10 accompanying full page color illustrations. While the text is simple these stories are true to the original and are a pleasure to sit and share with a young child. Currently you can purchase all five books for the introductory price of 37.50$US (regular price of 50$US). If you current have Little Reader then you are also able to download a free audio/multimedia version of these print books to supplement your child’s learning. For more information please visit the BrillKids website and see what other Crew members have to say below.
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Special thanks to First Mate Katrina from Mama Manuscripts for writing this introductory article.