Sight Words - the Future of Flashcards by Sprite Labs
- This App Uses Audio and Visual Cues to Teach Children Sight Words
- Choose From Six Difficulty Levels (PreK - 3rd Grade and Nouns Only)
- Fun, Fluid Animations to Engage Young People
- Incorporates Word Repeat and Voice Recognition Features.
- Customize the User Settings as Desired
- Video Tutorial and Extensive Help Area
- Children are Rewarded by Unlocking Puzzles as They Progress
- Current Price $1.99 Via the iTunes Store
- Works on iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch Units With Mic
- Awarded "TOP PICK" by Fun Educational Apps
Help teach your children to read with the Sight Words App from Sprite Labs.
Miko the Monkey will help teach your children the most common sight words from the Dolch Sight Word List.
The Sight Words reading app uses advanced voice recognition software to help kids learn to read!
This app is a very helpful tool for young kids who are learning to read. It uses the Dolch Sight Words List and the learning process is fun and engaging.
Choose the reading level appropriate for your child. There are Pre-K to Grade 3 levels and a special Nouns category.
To keep kids interested, a puzzle will unlock every time they master five words. Also, any missed words are flagged - making them easier to review.
In Teaching Mode the words are read aloud by the app and then children will read the words back to the app.
Use the app in Practice Mode and your child will read read words that are presented on the screen. Miko will listen as your child reads and will let them know if their pronunciation is correct.
Because the app relies on Speech Recognition Software to hear the pronunciation this is best used in a quiet place without a lot of ambient noise. The user must also speak clearly.
The addition of this pronunciation feature makes this app unique and very useful for Pre-K and early readers.
The report card will help to gauge a child's progress.
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I was sent a code which allowed me to download this app to my iPad. I was not paid to write this post and any opinions expressed are genuine.