Read on Sight is a great way for early readers to practice sight words, an important building block for independent reading. First a sentence is read aloud, then the word tiles scatter, and the player rebuilds the sentence.
Three Difficulty Levels
Easy: Sentence is read aloud and blank spaces are the same size as the tiles.
Medium: Sentence is read aloud, but blank spaces are all the same size.
Hard: tiles scatter without sentence being read and blank spaces are all the same size.
Completing all the sentences in a level, scoring 100 points, and many other achievements get a unique animation that can be repeated whenever the player wants
In addition to the fun, Read on Sight also helps parents and teachers by keeping track of the player's progress. Every sentence a player completes is recorded including the difficulty level.
About Sight Words:
At some point we all learn to read without sounding out each letter in a word. We recognize the entire word and know what it means. This skill is especially important for common words that are not easily sounded out. The sooner a child learns these words by sight, the sooner they gain the confidence to read independently. In the 1930s, Edward Dolch went through children's books and created a list of words that were frequently used but hard to sound out. Once a child masters this list, he or she will be a much faster reader, able to enjoy stories without the words getting in the way.
In light of recent concerns about children's privacy in the app market, tApps Software would like to make it clear:
- no user information is collected at any time.
- no performance reports are generated.
- currently, there are no in-app purchases
- no social media integration is included.
- no links outside of the app are included.
- no ads appear in the app
- no third parties are used.