Curious George likes to pretend to be a secret agent. He has been sent to the shops for some items and your child can help him have fun shopping.
The Senses -Secret Agent George teaches your child about the 5 human senses, namely the sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch. Your child will be able to learn about how something looks like, sounds like, smells like, tastes like, or feels like without actually using any of his or her senses (with the exception of sight and hearing).
Colors -Your child will also be able to learn the colors commonly associated with certain objects through this game. For example, eggplant is purple in color while an apple is red.
Sounds -Your child will learn about what sounds various objects make as well, such as the hooting sound of a train, the ringing of a phone, or the high-pitched whine of an airplane.
Perception -The game even has a component in it that will enhance the perception of your child. For instance, sometimes, your child will be asked to hide Curious George behind boxes to avoid being seen by other shoppers like a a good secret agent should. There will be times when your child will be asked to keep an ear out for dangers that are coming towards George and help George leap safely out of the way.
by AethynaSep 3, 2015Curious George likes to pretend to be a secret agent. He has been sent to the shops for some items and your child can help him have fun shopping.
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