How the Camel Got His Hump

Does your child know the story "How the Camel Got His Hump"? If she does, she might also know the letters C, H and Z! This guided lesson uses the famous story of the camel to teach the letter C, H and Z. Not only does this boost letter recogntion and phonics skills, but working with a familiar story can give confidence to early readers.
This lesson includes 5 printable learning activities.
How the Camel Got His Hump In this version of Rudyard Kipling's classic fable, the animals are fed up with their lazy friend Camel, and need his help ... but Camel stubbornly refuses, telling them, "Humph!" Featuring beautiful artwork and animated narration, this interactive story is so engaging that kids won't realize they're learning all about the value of teamwork.
How the Camel Got His Hump: Reading Comprehension After reading How the Camel Got His Hump to your preschoolers, help them develop their reading comprehension skills in a way that will interest them. Rather than the usual class-wide question and answer technique, set students up with these fun questions brought to them by everyone’s favorite robot, Muggo.
Bone Catcher

How long can you keep the bone away from Floyd? In this fun-filled game of keep-away, kids flex fine motor skills and hone mouse skills by trying to keep Floyd's bone away from him, for as long as they can. This mouse game for kids will have them shrieking with delight and playing again and again to beat their best score.

Dancing Muggos: C, H, Z If you want to put a little zip into students’ letter recognition development, play this river dance by three costumed Muggos. These little guys represent the letters C, H, and Z. The tune is so catchy, you may find yourself humming along after awhile, but it will surely help the letters stick in your students’ brains.
Alphabet Space Photoshoot

We have liftoff! In this alphabet game, your kid can explore an awesome outer space scene and find uppercase letters with Officer Ice Cream's X-ray camera. Anytime a child looks at letters, she's improving her letter recognition skills, which help build reading and spelling skills later on. Use this game to give your child some more exposure to letters.

Piano Learning

It's time to tinker away! In this musical piano game, kids are encouraged to explore different music genres and play along with a variety of tunes. Playing music boosts children's creativity and even contributes to early logic and math skill building. Let your child tap away on the keys, and he'll fall in love with this piano game in no time. Check out other fun educational games on the website.

Guess the Animal! Even animals have a bedtime. Help CuzCuz get the animals in the zoo ready for bed with this fun sorting and categorizing game, that helps preschoolers learn how to group data by hiding it in a fun animal theme. Sort by paws, stripes, and smiles and find the animal that has gone missing!

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