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VTech: What’s That Noise – eBook with comprehension & Vocab

  What’s That Noise is a nice little animated eBook . This has pretty much everything that we wanted for a eBook with comprehension questions and vocabulary. The text is highlighted when it is read or when you read it by yourself, you can click on each word and it will read it for you. After the story, you can choose to do the comprehension questions or review the vocabulary.Overall, pretty good deal for a FREE book.

Developer Notes

VTech, the creator of the Electronic Learning Products (ELP) category, is a world leader of age-appropriate learning toys.

What’s That Noise is a storybook of V.Reader – Interactive E-Reading System. For more details about V.Reader, please visit our website: http://www.vtechkids.com/v.reader/

ABOUT THE STORY
Rufus was a good ole country dog. But one day, Rufus and his family packed up and moved to the city. Rufus needed to learn to be a city dog. The first thing he learned was the city was LOUD! Read along with Rufus to find out “WHAT’S THAT NOISE?”!

FEATURES
1. Watch the Story
o Read the whole story of “WHAT’S THAT NOISE?” in Watch the Story. The automatic story narration and animation of each page will be played. Touch anywhere on the screen to enter Free Play. In Free Play, you can touch the words one by one to read the story at your own pace, touch highlighted vocabulary words to hear their definitions, or touch images in the art to see animations and hear fun voices and sounds.
2. Reading Games
o Play 8 reading games to have fun with the story while developing your reading skills. Listen to the instructions and questions carefully; and then touch a word in the story text, or a picture in the art, to answer the question as directed.
3. Story Dictionary
o Story Dictionary provides an alphabetical list of the vocabulary words from the story and their definitions, along with fun animations, sounds, and voices. Touch any word in the Story Dictionary menu to hear its definition. To deepen understanding, some definitions have follow-up questions that relate to the definition you just read.

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