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Leaps and Bounds 2

Item #: 2035 | Grades K-1
$44.95 Cash Back: 5%

The first Leaps and Bounds was such a hit, they had to create a second one! More energetic, colorful characters delight pre-school children with dancing, bubble-blowing, and other antics in 6 fun-filled activities. A simple user interface and text-free activities are designed to help early learners develop vital pre-reading skills. Children improve hand-eye coordination as they manipulate the mouse and target objects that pop up in surprising places. Left-to-right tracking prepares children for beginning reading. Stimulating movements and sounds help kids improve visual and auditory discrimination. This program is so much fun for kids, they'll be eager to tell you all about the progress they're making!

View a presentation of Leaps and Bounds 2:

6 more fun activities for pre-schoolers develop:
  • Visual and auditory discrimination
  • Fine-motor skills and mouse control
  • Left to right tracking
  • Critical pre-reading skills

Please note: This program is not networkable, however the "Network Site License" price allows you to install it on all the computers in a single school building.

Minimum system requirements: PC: Win 95+, P-133, 32 Mb RAM, 800X600, 4X CD
This title is also a part of the following product suites:

Leaps and Bounds Series - 4 CD SetGrades K-1
Colorful characters, stimulating sound effects, and whimsical activities provide children with fun opportunities for experimentation, problem-solving, language development, fine-motor skill development, sound discrimination, and more. $149.95vendor image
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