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"Read and Play in Spanish" is an application aimed at learning to read Spanish through verbal reasoning. The application is suitable for children learning to read in Spanish and adults who are learning Spanish. <br>This application has been tested with children who are in the process of learning to read. Those children have acquainted themselves very quickly with the application. <br><br>The application contains a variety of exercises. For those familiar with the learning methodology of Maria Montessori, the exercises follow this methodology. <br>The player chooses the correct sentences (multiple choices are possible). Once completed, it can check if the right choices were made. <br>A green border appears if the sentences were correctly selected or correctly not selected. A red border appears otherwise. <br>The player can repeat the exercise as many times as desired.
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Lot of fun and great for learning, however not near enough material. I finished the whole app in about an hour. I wish there was a lot more selections.
Hard to work. Didn't seem to have the right answers.
Developed by Dario Bersiga.
Montessori Read & Play in Spanish - Learning Reading Spanish with Montessori Methodology Exercises is ranking in Education & Games & Word
Last update was at Dec 08, 2014and the current version is 2.0.
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Montessori Read & Play in Spanish - Learning Reading Spanish with Montessori Methodology Exercises have a 2a user reviews.
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