List/Grid Tag Archives: reading

Review Excerpt: This app models phonemic sounds with a  human mouth, so children can see the way a mouth moves when making different phonemic sounds. It is important to note that this ...
Review Excerpt: This app combines a homemade version of the Three Little Pigs with a set of coloring pages, jigsaw puzzles and a game of concentration. The pages let children play with ...
Review Excerpt: Get ready for the SAT early, with this set of timed reading and comprehension questions. The games cover vocabulary development, with new words and phrases. Content ...
Review Excerpt: The Cat in the Hat’s Learning Library — based on Oceanhouse Media’s (OHM) tried-and-true design — keeps growing (23 titles as of June 2014). Hurray ...
Review Excerpt: This app contains an ebook, coloring activity, and two arcade-style games. The coloring book contains six pages that can be filled in or saved. The two games are:  ...
Review Excerpt: Featuring 22 verticle-scrolling page transitions, this is a story about a boy named Jacob and his block friend Elo as they have a day of fun. You can touch some items ...
Review Excerpt: Three reading levels in the same book? Why not? While we’re at it, why not let a child pick the level they like, from any page? First published in 2011, The Strange ...
Review Excerpt: In case you missed the movie, this 19 screen book-like app relives the key moments of how a family of macaw parrots finds a new home. Besides the story, presented as ...
Review Excerpt: Part of the Cat in the Hat’s Learning Library series, this playful romp through human anatomy uses rhyme; for example “you have six hundred muscles and here’s ...
Review Excerpt: Silly yet slightly scientific, this app playfully introduces sets of multiple-choice school readiness exercises with NASA facts and footage about the planets. Content ...
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