Problem Solving is an important skill that should be learned early in life. Our “Which Does Not Belong” application will teach your child to discriminate which items do not belong in a group as well as introduce them to the negative form “not” which takes some expanded thinking.
What skill could possibly be more useful then problem solving? Of all the valuable skills your child learns at school, problem solving should be number one. At Kindergarten.com we have developed a number of fun Problem Solving applications to help young children develop these skills before they even start Kindergarten. These applications encourage creative problem solving, discrimination and reasoning skills.
Our “Which Does Not Belong” application was seamlessly created using 120 superb, concrete, colorful images that are of high interest to both visual and auditory learners. Your child will be shown 4 objects at a time and asked to identify the one that does not belong in many different combinations.
By adding clearly pronounced audio we are able to offer verbal praise to reward and reinforce your child’s appropriate responses as well as encourage vocal imitation.
Classical music is randomly played along with visual reinforcement to maintain your child’s interested while introducing them to the world’s most popular composers such as Mozart, Beethoven and Tchaikovsky.
Top features of our applications:
- Clear, Colorful, Concrete Images
- Benefits to both Visual and Auditory Learners
- Classical Music with Visual Reinforcement
- Sound can be turned “on” or “off”
- Concisely Pronounced Audio
To view our complete portfolio of our applications please visit us at www.kindergarten.com.
At Kindergarten.com we provide a wide range of early childhood applications using behavioral techniques that are based on the principals of Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) using a Verbal Behavior (VB) technique. ABA has been scientifically proven to be effective in teaching academic, language and communication skills to typically developing children as well as those with special needs or developmental delays such as Speech or Language Delays, Dyslexia, Hearing Loss, ADD/ADHD, Auditory Processing Disorder, Autism, Dyspraxia, and PDD-NOS.