List/Grid Tag Archives: phonics

Review Excerpt: This is a phonics drill app that asks you to match pictures to initial sounds. Successful answers are rewarded with interesting monsters — the more words you unlock, ...
Review Excerpt: Phonics instruction is framed in a chapter-book metaphor featuring two sisters who are working together to invent the alphabet. Each story builds on the previous. The ...
Review Excerpt: Rosetta Stone Lingo Letter Sounds is a free app that contains a nice taste of a what Rosetta Stone hopes will be many future apps. The idea is to solve workbook-like ...
Review excerpt: The first in a planned series of early reading apps (a Step Into Reading) from Random House, Elmo’s Birthday Bash: A Step Into Reading combines a 30-screen story ...
Review excerpt: This iPad app provides step-by-step reading lessons designed to help young children learn to read. It features the Reading Raven companion, who guides children along ...
Review excerpt: Carefully constructed and very didactic (controlled) this letter tracing app contains two activities specifically designed to teach children to write uppercase letters ...
Review excerpt: The Bob Books app is based on the print editions of a popular workbook series (learn more at www.bobbooks.com). The app presents a step-by-step word-building experience, ...
Review excerpt: This toy delivers a close to endless supply of letter-related skits, stories and-or songs, delivered on a very low-tech black and white LCD screen. It is possible to ...
Review excerpt: Turn your iPad into a talking alphabet/language generator. To build a word, you drag it from an alphabet strip onto a 44 letter grid, where it snaps into place, pronouncing ...
Review excerpt: While light on “fun” (the “game” consists of a multiple-choice letter matching activity), the most valuable part of this app is the ability to ...
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