Sunday, January 15, 2012

ABC Phonics Word Family - Free

ABC Phonics Word Family is an i-friendly application which provides the phonics spelling, beginning sound, word family phonics, short vowel sound , and images with animations and interactions for each word. There are a total ten word family groups which focus on the short vowel  family phonics learning. After kids complete spelling in each group, the matching game follows and kids can review what they learned.

The game uses the Montessori Method for children to learn phonics and spelling. It develops the kids learning, spelling, hearing, pronounciation of the words.

                                                  Recommended ages: 4-7



You can download this application from app store here:

or scan this qr code:



Some more ABC phonics apps:




ABC Alphabet Phonics Reading Plus - ABC Song, First Words, Alphabet Ordering, Phonics Letteres Sound, Alphabet Coloring. - 2.39 E


ABC Phonics Short Vowel Words  - 2.39 E



ABC Phonics Rhyming Words - Free & 2.39 E



ABC Phonics Short Vowel Words Lite  - Free







3 comments:

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    https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/phonics-free-learn-to-read/id1164302436?mt=8

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