Word Association -Your child will learn how to associate directions with objects when finding the location of an object.
Listening -Since the Cat in A Hat (narrator) only provide the directions your child will need to follow only once, he or she will need to pay close attention and really listen to the instructions given.
Directions -The main aspect of this game is for your child to learn how to follow directions. For example, the narrator may say “click the hole that is right above the pink seashell”. Your child will then need to find the pink seashell and understand that the phrase “right above” means “on top”. Plenty of directional words, like “over”, “beside”, “left”, “right” etc, are covered in this game.
Vocabulary -This game can inadvertently help your child improve their vocabulary as well. For instance, there may be times when your child will be asked to look for a hole that is over a blue hermit crab. He or she will then know what a hermit crab now looks like.
Less Educational Aspects
Motivation - By giving your child “someone” to help (the fishes in this case), your child will be motivated to learn about directions just so they could help. If the instructions are too difficult, there’s a hint button too that may help.
by AethynaOct 11, 2015The fishes need to find a new home, and with help from your child and the Cat in A Hat, they will be able to find the fishes a suitable home among the coral reefs.
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