Ryder lights up and asks the child to find a letter or an object or to identify the first letter of a particular word.
Paw Patrol Ryder’s Alphabet Tablet from Trends, features five different activities related to the alphabet, sounds and words.
What our testers said
“Ryder is playing and helping me win.” – Boy aged 4
“We can be like Ryder.” – Girl aged 3
What our experts think
Ryder’s Alphabet Tablet is colourful and interactive and helps children with their letter recognition and phonic learning. The tablet uses the much-loved character, Ryder to ask children questions. This develops their listening and communication skills and understanding of how different letters and words sound.
Our testers particularly liked that Ryder encourages children not to give up if they don’t get the correct answer, moving on after a few tries and congratulating them when they do. This is great for building confidence and a sense of achievement.
– Encourages letter and shape recognition
– Promotes listening and concentration
– Great for communication skills