Enjoy our Early Spanish Literacy Program for One Year!
ABECELEE uses a computer program that lives on the Internet, it is a web app.
It is a formidable tool to develop abilities in the Spanish language. It is intended to address bilingual Hispanic students during their early childhood school period.
ABeCeLee is a collection of educational games that catches rapidly the interest of the child due to its presentation and creativity in the treatment of contents of different topics.
With ABeCeLee we work with the different areas of the school development and necessary skills in learning and evolution of the child.
ABeCeLee has been created and coordinated by professionals and it is implemented with the contributions of persons dedicated to the teaching and specialists in every educational area.
Clear, simple and very stimulant, ABeCeLee games claim that every child is capable of being engaged on his/her own and of learning while playing, with little assistance from the teacher; favoring and stimulating a series of activities for the development of the child as the intuition, the reasoning and the creativity.
Although the student perceives the ABeCeLee games simply as games, and it entertains him to solve them, from the point of view of the Pedagogies, each of them answers to a detailed planning of targets to obtain.
These ABeCeLee games cover a wide range of age that goes from the 2 years up to the 8, 10 and even 12 years. In essence, every illiterate student (in Spanish) could benefit from ABeCeLee and become a successful reader and independent long life learner.
According to his/her age and his/her knowledge, every child will advance according to his personal rhythm of learning. For its characteristics, ABeCeLee collection of games has turned out to be tremendously useful in children with difficulties in learning, or in special education.
ABeCeLee is conceived so that the child could interact with the computer as if it was a toy they talk to each other; the target is that he/she learns and gets entertainment at the same time. It is important that he/she explores, investigates, and discover the options of the game making possible major interest, motivation and achievement in his learning.
In short, the goal of these games is to teach illiterates to read to children of preschool, first or second degree.