letterschool

A fantastic app that helps your child with their letter creation.  They can trace capital letters, lower case letters and numbers with there finger in three stages, the first stage they only press when they start writing the letter from, in the next stage they trace the letter, and the final stage they trace it without any prompts.  My 6 year old loves it!

This app is $3.79 but does have a lite version to try before you buy if you wish

 

sightwordlist

This app makes sightwords fun.  You can even create your own lists which is really handy when school start sending them home.

It helps children learn to read by braking down the 315 stored words into appropriate age groups.  It is important for young readers to be able to instantly recognize these high frequency words in order to be proficient and fluent readers.

This app is free.

 

sightwordlist

Spell Blocks says a word, and your child has to assembled the word out of scrambled letters on blocks.  There are over 200 Dolch Sight Words for them to learn, split up by grades.

It's a fun game, and easy to play.

This app is $2.49.

 

abeesees

The happy, balloon popping bee helps kids learn Letters, Numbers, and Colors. With easy to use controls, even the youngest child can tap the screen of the iPad to pop the correct balloon.

This app is $1.29 but there is a lite version

 

abeesees

First Words Sampler teaches children about letters, how letters relate to sounds, and even how to spell words.  It has a user-interface designed specifically for the littlest of fingers and the game includes beautiful illustrations, each matched with entertaining sounds and high-quality recordings of letters and words.

They can play by themselves but it's also fun to have Mum or Dad join in, talking about the animals, saying the names of the letters, and watching the pictures spin around and sound off.

This app is free.

 

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