Le bonheur de lire offers a fun and compelling gameplay. Children explore a charming village where cute animals
invite them to learn how to read French words. A visit to the store allows children to select the next word to play
with. Exercises are chosen by artificial intelligence and adapted to the child’s specific needs. If the child wishes to
learn specific words, they can be added in and recorded!
After completing a series of challenges summarized in a progress bar, the child receives a gold coin to buy a new word from the shop. It's also possible to improve the learning experience by directly accessing the exercises from the menu, or by clicking on the chest that stores all collected words to place emphasis on certain skills.
WORDS I KNOW
This essential game features 3 different levels to help the child visualize and memorize new words.
THE SOUND OF LETTERS
The kangaroo invites the player to correctly identify the sound of the first letter of a word. With letter/sound associations, the child is able to start comparing words: “’maman’, is like ‘marelle’ "
A bird sings different vowels (a, e, i, o, u, é). First, the child drags a vowel to complete a list of words on the screen. This helps develop their understanding that a vowel always sounds the same no matter which word they’re in. After completing this task, the child touches pictures to hear words and drags the ones containing the correct vowel onto the wires.
It’s time for the squirrel to play. There are three levels in this game in which children make letter/ sound associations. They play with sounds like "ou", "ette", and "an”.
Meet with the beaver at the sawmill and learn how cut words into syllables. Reassemble the pieces to restore the original words. The final puzzle requires the child to reassemble 2 words by choosing the correct syllables.
The caterpillar and the butterfly ask players to test their knowledge by assembling vowels and consonants to form syllables. The audio instructions in this game help facilitate the process. This is the famous B+A = BA rule.
Reading and writing are intimately linked. Learning to trace letters helps children memorize and use them as they learn to read.
MY FIRST SENTENCES
Read and illustrate simple sentences in this game!
> 8 unique, multi-level games targeting specific reading skills
> Multi-user interface
> Pedagogical content developed with a renowned expert in early reading, Françoise Boulanger, and put to life by our team of teachers, video game designers, and developers.
> Personalized and customizable play
> Real time dashboard to track progress
> Bright, colourful, and encouraging characters
> Clear, concise instructions
> Secure gaming environment: No ads, no external links, no in-app purchases, no social media access, no personal information request
Edoki Academy’s mission is to provide children with enjoyable early-learning activities using the latest technologies. Our team members, many of whom are young parents or teachers, strive to produce tools that motivate and inspire children to learn, play, and progress.
We take your child’s privacy very seriously, for this reason, we are proud to offer a product that is certified COPPA compliant by PRIVO.
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