Description Ages: 2-6
With the excitement of Christmas, it seem as if Santa will never arrive! As the snow falls and the Christmas tree is set up the children wonder 'How many sleeps till Santa comes?' As the interactive story unfolds, help decorate the tree and get ready for Santa.
* Delightful story with read-to-me mode and word highlighting.
* Touch any word to hear it said. Supports beginning readers.
* Interactive features; set up and decorate the tree, trigger fun animations.
* Animations include snow falling, Santa and his sleigh flying through the sky, a singing toy, marching nutcracker dolls and more.
* Developed by classroom teachers to be a fun and successful reading experience.
More about this story:
How Many Sleeps Till Santa Comes taps into a common childhood experience; counting the 'sleeps' until an important event. First comes the winter snow, then it's time to set up the tree. Children can put the sections of the tree together, turn on the light switch, place popcorn strings and paper chains and much more on the tree as the story progresses. Many of the elements, such as the singing toy contain delightful sounds and animations.
Throughout the story we pause to look out the window and ask 'how many sleeps till Santa comes?'
The iPad provides a rewarding and interactive reading experience for your child whether you're waiting, traveling, or sitting down to read along with them. This story was designed by classroom teachers to support pre-readers and beginning readers. They can turn the pages with a flick of their finger. A double tap on the screen starts the narration and words are highlighted. Beginning readers can read for themselves and get assistance on any difficult word just by touching it.
Written by Allan Crossley, award winning suthor of the 'Joe Rock and Friends' interactive books. Languages: English
Features: Read-to-me mode with word highlighting to help early readers. Double-tap any text page to hear it read. Touch any word to hear it. Drag-and-drop activities and animations throughout the story. See the website www.bogglenoggin.com for more information.