If you're looking for a way to start teaching your kids how to read and spell then there are plenty of apps that can help you out. The Learn to Read and to Spell app for your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone provides parents with a teaching tool that is easy to use and fun for kids to use. The app is ideal for kids ages three through eight who are now at the age where they can start learning words. Even if your children are well on their way, it still offers a fun educational opportunity.
It's time to start learning and having fun with the Learn to Read and to Spell app. The app takes a very gradual approach to reading and spelling so kids don't feel rushed and overwhelmed. Not only can this help kids before they even attend school and while learning in school, it's also a wonderful option to use with children who have learning disabilities. The app features two different modes which are a teaching mode and a games mode. What’s really great is that because the app is so easy to use kids can actually use it on their own and take part in independent learning.
In its most recent update there were some bug fixes and new items added to give an even better experience to users. The app scores a solid 3.5 out of five stars from parents who clearly are seeing the merit in this offering.
Take part in a variety of games
What to Expect
So what can you expect from the Learn to Read and to Spell app? Well in the games mode there are seven games with five levels of difficulty to choose from. This gives kids plenty of options and challenges. The games are copying words, the missing vowel, associating words, writing with help from color, writing without any help offered, the missing consonant, and then completing the word without color help. The way the games work is that when kids get at least seven answers out of 10 correct they will move on to the next level and win a virtual reward: a coconut.
In teaching mode you have more than 150 flash cards that take a look at the alphabet. This is an excellent way for kids to learn their letters and really reinforce it. What's cool too is that parents can follow the child's progress and more than one child can play/learn.
Kids can earn rewards and parents can track their progress