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July 28, 2001 Show:
December 2, 2000 Show:
Educational Fun Guest:
Give your child a boost in school and let him or her have some fun at the same time. Well-known and beloved characters such as Arthur and Reader Rabbit help children learn to read and think.
Tom Craven discusses the
's range of products that help your child with problem-solving and reading skills.
Learning CompanyDecember 2, 2000 interview
December 4, 1999 Show:
A.D.A.P.T. Technology Guest:
Perhaps your child is in the 3rd grade but reads on a 5th grade level. Most age related software bores him silly because it's too easy. In one activity he may learn best at Level 1, but in another game he learns best at Level 3.
Kelli Lee from the
discusses the A.D.A.P.T. technology used in Clue Finders that takes care of that problem. Your child plays a test drive that evaluates performance and tailors the product so that he or she is challenged throughout the game and not overwhelmed or bored.
Learning CompanyDecember 4, 1999 interview
April 4, 1998 Show:
November 8, 1997 Show:
Write Your Own American Girls Play Guest:
September 13, 1997 Show:
Kevin Barry and Terry Clayton
August 2, 1997 Show:
April 12, 1997 Show:
Geography and Social Studies Guest:
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