Paul Bunyan Educational Software

… for PC or Mac computers

Paul BunyanPaul Bunyan is a mythological lumberjack who appears in tall tales of American folklore. The character originated in the work of American journalist James MacGillivray. Historically, the character has been popular in the northern region of the United States, around Michigan, Wisconsin, and Minnesota.

Overall Paul Bunyan was considered to be “larger than life.” He was a strong brave man who feared nothing including his beloved blue ox, Babe.

The CD/Workbook explains the word “exaggeration.” It points out acceptable and unacceptable usage. It introduces the use of a dictionary which will aid students in building higher vocabulary skills, as well as learning the basics of research. The use of maps or a globe and compound words are also included.

Correlated To NCTE Reading Standards: The National Council of Teachers of English standards addressed in Paul Bunyan include:

  • Alphabet/Phonics
  • Communicative Writing
  • Comprehension
  • Phonics
  • Research Skills
  • Spelling
  • Vocabulary
  • Word Identification
  • Writing Strategies

Interactive Story and Activities: This is much more than a simple children’s story. The child can interact with the written content on a word-by-word basis to learn pronunciation and meanings. Fun interactive activities reinforce the learning experience.
 
Download Contents: This software download comes complete with:

  • Interactive Storybook Application: PC version
  • Interactive Storybook Application: Mac version
  • Fun activities!
  • 14 page PDF workbook and certificate of completion

Price: $4.95

A note on your downloaded files:
For compatibility with all Web browsers, your download products are delivered in industry standard compressed ZIP files which contain both the PC and Mac versions of the software plus the PDF workbook. It is likely you can uncompress your downloaded file by simply double clicking on it. If your computer does not have an unZIP utility, we recommend this FREE utility:
 
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