Fun and Engaging for Young Children
Submitted 4 years ago
Community Review for Itsy Bitsy Spider - by Duck Duck Moose
It is a good tool to use with students with special needs for cause/effect, learning and engagement. Due the amount of images and graphics on each page, the child may need prompting to learn to touch the spider to continue the story. The amount of visual clutter and animation could make it more challenging for some learners with special needs.
How I Use It
Fun and interesting game for toddlers and young learners to teach cause and effect. The child touches the spider to continue the song and move to the next page. It has appealing graphics, animation and music. There are interactive items to touch on each page (such as rain coming from the clouds).