Reader Rabbit Learn to Read with Phonics Preschool and Kindergarten Gameplay

Reader Rabbit Learn to Read with Phonics Preschool and Kindergarten Gameplay
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51:09 S
1:02:23 D
1:12:33 I
1:20:35 C
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Reader Rabbit Learn to Read with Phonics: Preschool & Kindergarten (also known as “Reader Rabbit: Learn to Read With Phonics”) is a computer game in The Learning Company’s Reader Rabbit series of children’s educational games that teaches children to read with phonics. It was released in 1999 as part of Reader Rabbit’s Complete Learn to Read System and in 2000 as a standalone release which also features Reader Rabbit’s Reading 1 (titled ‘Word Factory’) as a bonus game.

Mat the Mouse goes to a fun fair but can’t read any of the signs. Annoyed by this, when she comes across a Wish Machine she wishes that there are no more words in all of Wordville. The next morning she realizes her mistake and tries to reverse the spell, but is unable to because the wish machine is taken away by the carnival staff. The wish machine, before leaving, gives her a piece of paper with a secret message she has to fill by finding all the letters. She sits on a stage, really sad about what she has done, and confused about how to find the letters, until some hamsters offer to help her with getting the words back. She is delighted and gets the words back in due time by filling in the secret message with the help of the player, the hamsters and Reader Rabbit.

The game consists of two modes. The “Pick and Play” mode is for younger players who are learning letters and sounds, and is similar to a Practice Mode, where the player can play the activities in the game without having to follow the main story (although the player can read the books in this mode if so desired). The “Road to Reading” mode is for slightly older players, who are literate enough to read the stories included and follow the adventure.

7 comments on “Reader Rabbit Learn to Read with Phonics Preschool and Kindergarten Gameplay

  1. Lilbumblebear schreef:

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  2. N64geek schreef:

    Oh my gosh, this was the game I used to play as a kid. I couldn't learn how to read from it but my little brother did. Hooked on phonics was the only way I learned how to read but this takes me back. Thanks for the upload.

  3. Doodlebops FTW schreef:

    If words were not on books then that would not be good

  4. Cameron Abbott schreef:

    In case you missed it the cat in Why is Dad Mad? Had a blue tongue.

  5. Oliver O schreef:

    I think I was forced to play this game as a kid because they thought it would help me read
    but I never got too far in the game

  6. DeShawn Williams schreef:

    0:24 lyrics
    Bear: If you want to find a way around, read the map and remember what you found.

    Hippo: Look and see, how tall you need to be…

    Both: You'll find all you need if you read.

    Matilda the mouse: But, but, but I can't read.

    Beaver: If you read the signs with words and letters, you will see the specials of the day.

    Dog: This show is sold out, but the next one's better…

    Both: You'll find all you need if you read.

    Matilda the mouse: But, but, but I can't read.
    (Singing) Read the map, read the sign, I hear it all the time. As I go from day to day, there's just no other way. Everyone that I see, seems to say to me, you'll find out you need if you read. (Bumped the machine) Ouch! what's this?

    Machine: I am the wish machine! Read the sign if you want to make a wish.

    Matilda the mouse: (singing and wishing) Read the map, read the sign, read the map, read the sign, I wish, I wish, I wish, the there are no more words to read in all the wordville.

  7. MDPgamer97 schreef:

    Sorry about the Music Labeler game. Somehow, in later pressings of the game (like the one you're using), it shows the wrong letters (or no letters at all) in the places where the correct ones should be. I don't know if adjusting the program's compatibility settings will make it different, but unlike the Playful Painting glitch in Reader Rabbit's Kindergarten (1999 Personalized version), this one is still fully functional, and at least the last level (filling in all three letters for each word) doesn't have this problem.

    I love this game, the plot, the hamsters, and their activities. My favorite hamster is Lefty (the brown one). Also, you sounding out the letters on each certificate as if they were real words made me laugh.

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