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Learn to read with Monkey Junior app review: a great interactive learning experience-2021

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Introduction

Learn to read with Monkey Junior, is a learn to reap app with numerous reading games for kids. There are three different difficulty levels, so your child can learn and grow within this learning to read app.

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This kids learning app has plenty of reading lessons that are engaging so that children are eager to learn every day. Each lesson lasts around 10 minutes, and children can learn one or more lessons per day. No preparation is required for parents. This learning app for kids is fast, fun, and effective.

Monkey Junior: kids learn to read English, French, Spanish, Vietnamese, Chinese

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Learn with Monkey Junior

Learn to read with Monkey Junior is a comprehensive reading program that will help kids learn through reading games. In the free version, you get access to one course with over 80 different lessons, and more than 300 sight words across 30 topics.  There are 250 high quality images and 150 videos that will make your child's learning experience an enjoyable one. 

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Through in-app purchases, you can access the vast amount of content this app offers. It has a total hundreds courses in six languages with an additional few being always on the way. There's over 5,500 lessons for each language, covering hundreds of topics and over 9,000 sight words. Additionally, there are 16,000 videos and 48,000 images.

The learn to read app started out as one language only lessons with just a few options and little functionality to offer, but over the years of development and upgrades learning to read app has grown into massive multi purpose trustworthy educational platform, earning hundreds of thousands costumers worldwide. This truly is one of the most comprehensive reading app that I have ever seen. 

This wide range of reading courses will help your child either start learning to read, or continue learning to read. There are three difficulty levels of easy, medium, and advanced, so you can start your child out anywhere in that spectrum.

My seven year old has been doing well learning to read, but I love it when she tries new things. I set her up with the app, and she sat there learning for a good hour exploring the various sight words, and trying out a few of the games too.

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Many Topics Covered

Learn to read with Monkey Junior covers many topics such as shapes, home objects, body parts, toys, actions, fruit and vegetables, and wild animals. This also includes insects, nature, transportation, and occupations, and more than 100 phonics rules.

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My kids have been fascinated with bugs lately, so learning to read and spell the insect names and some more nature words was useful for their journaling. My seven year old loves to write in her diary, and has been writing squiggly words for years. Now she is trying to write proper words and this is helping her a lot.

I also liked that the reading program is interactive. It’s not just a flash card that pops up, but you can watch your child engage with the app and really enjoy their learning experience. Flash cards are a great tool, but the app takes it a step further, in the free version, to cover the 30 topics with over 300 sight words and 250 high quality images that really reach out the your child. 

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Monkey Junior: kids learn to read English, French, Spanish, Vietnamese, Chinese

Free

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Free version with plenty of content
  • 4000+ sight words
  • Hundreds of topics
  • 3000 high quality images
  • 1500 videos
  • Really engages your child with three different difficulty levels

Cons

  • None found

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Final Thoughts

Overall, this is a solid app that my kids liked. It really helped them learn to read and it did so in a fun, engaging way. If you are a parent looking to help your kids with reading then check out this app. 

Monkey Junior: kids learn to read English, French, Spanish, Vietnamese, Chinese

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