Magic E makes the vowel say its name. When the letter "e" sits at the end of a word, it stays silent and lets the vowel do the talking. Magic E is often considered a great way to start learning long vowel sounds. With this game, your little one can master the magical E. Let's start with words like t...
Is it pan or pane? Is it cap or cape? Building on your child's Magic E knowledge, in this game, they have to find the correct words using just their sound.
Time to put vowel sounds to use. This practice game lets your child make words using short and long vowel sounds. If they do not choose the correct vowel, they lose. Are you ready for this ultimate practice game? First up is the vowel A.
Let's collect some words with the sound ay! Get your little one to play this game and find out words with the ay sound. Caution: There are a lot of trap answers.
Let's collect some words with the sounds ai, ay! Get your little one to play this game and find out words with the ai, ay sounds. Caution: There are a lot of trap answers.
Blending is the first step towards reading. With this exploratory game, watch and learn not only the sounds that different letters make but also the new word they build when they are put together.
Let's do it ourselves! Now that your child has explored the new words that different letters can make when put together, it's time to build some words. With this guided learning game, they can start their reading journey!
Sight and sound connections go a long way in making a fluent reader. With this game, your child will have to choose the correct option from a given set of words by making use of their sound blending skills.
Here comes the tricky part. In this ultimate practice game, not only will your child have to identify the correct word, but they will also have to figure out the question using their blending skills. Are you ready?
Sound and sight go hand-in-hand while learning the skill of blending. With this game, your child will see a word in the question and will have to select the correct option using only the sound of the words given.
The first step towards becoming a good writer is the ability to break a word into its sounds. With this fun game, your child will learn about all the sounds present in a word.
If you write c-a-t as a-c-t, it becomes a different word altogether. Therefore, putting letters in the correct order is essential for building and reading words. Play this game to learn how to put letters in the right order to successfully make words.
Are you ready to take word building to the next level? With this game, your little one has to put the letters in the right order to make new words. Mind you, there are no letter sounds in this game!