Caillou: My First Play - interactive story for preschool kids
There’s a special event at Caillou’s day care. Leo, Clementine and Caillou are getting ready to be in a play. They enjoy dressing up and rehearsing but they appreciate it even more when their parents come to see the show. Vividly illustrated, this compelling story offers an inside look at the jitters and the thrills of a first-time performance. Read along, follow the prompts and a special treat, find the Dinosaur that shows up unexpected in every page! Based on the hit PBS KIDS TV series, this animated story is part of our iRead With shared-reading program designed to foster language development and help preschoolers get ready to read. iRead With animated stories are designed to make children talk and participate in the shared reading activity. Parents follow a prompting system that encourages them to start a conversation with the child, by asking questions about the story. Children become actively involved in the narrative and get stimulated in a multi-sensory level.
HOW DOES THE PROMPTING SYSTEM WORK?
Narrative sequences are punctuated by prompts and conversation starters, inviting to talk about the story and the world around us.
PRIMARY SKILLS DEVELOPED
Speech and oral language, vocabulary, phonological awareness, emergent literacy concepts, narrative skills and comprehension strategies.
Touch Living Words to trigger sounds and animations.
CHOOSE YOUR AVATARS
Choose your avatar to personalize your reading experience.
RECORD YOUR OWN VOICE
Important words can be recorded. Children can also create and record their own dialogue lines.
Choose to have the story automatically narrated, always after a first shared reading experience.
READ THE STORY AGAIN!
There are three reading levels with more living words to discover, and new prompts to engage conversation.
© 2014 by Tribal Nova Inc. All rights reserved. iReadWith and its logo are trademarks of Tribal Nova Inc. CAILLOU © (2014) Chouette Publishing (1987) Inc. and DHX Media Inc. CAILLOU TM is a registered trademark of Chouette Publishing (1987) Inc. All rights reserved.