Top 5 Phenomenal Phonics Games for Preschoolers | Proeves Learning Lab

Phonics is a form of teaching using sounds with letters or groups of letters in alphabet writing. Here is a list of Top 5 phonics games for kids that will help children practice their reading.

1. Jolly phonics Lessons:
The complete Jolly phonics App designed to use by Parents, Teachers and Children. Jolly phonics teaches children 5 key skills for reading and writing.

Key Features of the app:
> Letter sounds audio for all sounds
> All the Jolly songs for each letter sound
> Animated letter formation
> Action image and instructions
> Word bank and flash cards

2. ABC Alphabet Phonics:
ABC Alphabet Phonics App is an exciting educational phonics game for your child to learn ABC by sight, sound and touch. The interface is easy to use. Ideal for ages 0 to 6.

Key Features of the app:
> Add your own voice
> Add your own items eg. pictures of your child to make it more engaging
> Fun and engaging voice artist
> Multi sensory learning tool
> Multi language support

3. Homer Reading: Learn to Read:
Homer is an early learning program for ages 2-8 personalised according to your child’s interest.

Key Features of the app:
> Hundreds of stories your child will love – From Little Red Riding Hood to Thomas the Train.
> 150+ printable worksheets, games and activities
> Track your child’s progress

4. Teach your monster to read:
Children love creating their own monster and teach it read.

Key Features of the app:
> Suitable for ages 3-6
> Designed in collaboration with experts from Roehampton University
> Complements phases 2-5 of UK Government approved Letters and Sounds and other major systematic phonics programmes.

5. Hooked on phonics:
Hooked on phonics is a comprehensive phonics program for children aged 3-8 yrs or those reading between Pre K and 2nd Grade level.

Key Features of the app:
> 250 + songs, award winning videos, interactive games, reading lessons and e-books.
> 100 + ebook library with stories to compliment every lesson.
> Add multiple readers and track their progress individually

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