The Language materials expose children to a wide range of pre-reading exercises and enrichment of vocabulary in the written and spoken form. With 3-dimensional letters the child initially builds his own phonetic and rhyming words, advancing to phases and sentences, these activities serve as a preparation for writing skills. This phonetic approach has long been recognized by educators as the single most effective way to teach children to read and write. Songs, games and daily reading support curiosity and on-going skill development of each child in a fun and meaningful way.