Clifford the Big Red Dog’s Big Birthday App for Kids

Untitled-1Have you and your kids sent Clifford a 50th birthday card yet?!  There’s still time, check out www.scholastic.com/clifford where you can send him a personalized birthday card!

cliffordClifford’s Big Birthday App
Also, you can join Emily Elizabeth in Clifford’s doghouse to help decorate. Then, watch as Clifford arrives and the party gets started, revealing 3 exciting and highly interactive party games that teach essential literacy skills, including one that brings Clifford and his friends right to you through augmented reality!

  • Customize the party including the cake, decorations and even pick out a special present for Clifford
  • Play three highly interactive and re-playable birthday-themed games
  • Build essential literacy skills using augmented reality
  • Reinforce critical spelling, word family, and sight word skills
  • Explore, touch, hear, and learn within a visually stunning environment
  • Intuitive finger tapping so even the youngest family members can play independently

Clifford the Big Red Dog has been entertaining children, parents and teachers for 50 years with his BIG adventures, using humor to teach the importance of social values. These ‘BIG Ideas’ focus on simple, tangible life lessons that help young children navigate their world as they become active members of their communities. Clifford has taught generations of kids how to be kind, work well with others, play fair, and more. Through relatable storytelling Clifford also reinforces the importance of literacy, letting kids know that reading is fun. In his beloved dog, Norman Bridwell has created a literary classic embraced by generations around the world.

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Comments

  1. Audra Weathers says

    I don’t really make New Year’s resolutions. I guess if I had to think of one it would be to work out more.

  2. Deborah says

    I didn’t really make one, but just the obvious ones like get to bed earlier, do more sewing and quilting, exercise regularly, etc

  3. Leslie L. Stanziani says

    My resolution is to take better care of myself by losing weight and keeping a close eye on my heart disease.

  4. Heather B says

    To take some more time for me! I can’t keep giving to everyone else if I am not around to do it! need to put my health first for a bit

  5. Em Darr says

    I absolutely do not do resolutions, I feel like I must live each day caring for the future, striving to always do better, and always looking for ways to improve my life and the lives of those around me!

  6. Vikki Billings says

    I do not make New Years resolutions anymore because I could never follow through so now I make small goals that are easy for me to succeed with.

  7. says

    My New Year’s Resolution isn’t so much a resolution as a goal: To not spend any money unnecessarily for the 1st 2-3 months of the year. Hopefully, the money I end up with will help me curb my spending.

    Thanks for the chance to win!

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