***** Best Elementary APP Award Third Place Winner for 2011 *****
All U.S. states curriculum is taken in to consideration.
Maintained high standards and framed good quality questions in all subjects.
Some questions follow True or False pattern to explain the concepts.
Explanations are provided for some hard questions to guide the kid in learning the concepts.
-Additions(Easy number additions to Hard word problems).
-Subtractions(Easy subtractions to Hard word problems).
-Geometry(shapes and fractions).
-General(Reading different clocks and Number patterns).
-Grammar(Punctuations, Compound words, Nouns and Verbs).
-Sentence(Fill in the blanks, Complete sentences).
-Spelling(Identify the correct spelled word).
-General(Plurals, Antonyms, Synonyms).
-Life science (understanding of Plants and Animals).
-Earth Science (Measuring concepts like Pounds, Miles etc).
-Physical Science(Solids, Liquids and Gases).
-Geography(States, Capitals, Nicknames, and Outline Maps).
-Civics (Basic functionality of Government branches).
-History(American History and Historic Places).
-General(Time Zones like EST, CST and PST).
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10 fun mini-games to help your child learn First Grade lessons! Teach them reading, spelling, math, fractions, compound words, contractions, and more! Whether they are just starting first grade, or need to review and master the subjects, this is a perfect learning tool for your kids aged 6-8.
All 10 games are designed using real first grade curriculums and use core curriculum state standards, so you can be sure these games will help give your child a boost in the classroom. Plus they will stay entertained with help voice narration, colorful images and animations, and lots of fun sounds and music.
Includes 3 games provided for free, unlock all 10 through a simple in-app purchase.
- Word Bingo
- Compound Words
- Advanced Counting
- Add, Subtract, and Advanced Math
- Verbs, Nouns, Adjectives
This app contains:
Easy-to-use exercises for First Grade Math Word Problems.
Number sums up to 20.
5 categories including 50 word sentences:
- Addition using same elements
- Addition using different elements
- Subtraction using same elements
- Subtraction using different elements
- Comparison - using addition or subtraction.
Children enjoy reading or listening to simple sentences which provide real-life scenarios to reinforce the child’s understanding of addition and subtraction.
• Overabundance of words! Features over 300 SIGHT WORDS from the popular Dolch word list!
• Great for Preschool, Kindergarten, 1st Grade
• Learn to read Elementary Sight Words in 6 engaging super duper EDUCATIONAL GAMES!
Award-winning educational software publisher introduces Action Sight Words Games & Flashcards for Reading Success.
Abby Monkey® Action Sight Words Learn to Read Adventure with Word Aliens for School Reading Success is a new educational READING APPLICATION by 22learn. The app is designed to help children learn and practice reading the most common sight words.
Sight words are words in English language that do not have a simple one-to-one correspondence between sounds and written letters, and therefore have to be learned “by sight.”
Being able to quickly recognize sight words is a crucial part of learning how to read. Sight words mastery is a necessary step towards an enormous reading improvement.
Sight Words offers children an easy-to-use interface and a grand choice of six fun educational games through which children can acquire mastery over this subject matter.
THE 6 GAMES INCLUDED:
(1) WORD MACHINE
Control the Word Machine. Supply all the words that need to be produced by tapping on the words called.
Your dog is hungry! Make cans to feed him! To make a can, drag the letter cards to their correct place and make a word you have just heard pronounced.
(3) SIGHT WORD BINGO WITH WORD ALIENS
Make a Bingo to get a ticket for Aliens back home! (All Wordaliens are animated.) Tap on the word corresponding to the one that you heard pronounced. Once you have matched cards from one side of the board to the next... Bingo! Aliens are back home!
(4) MEMORY GAME
Match the sounds to correct word forms! To do so, tap on one of the speakers, hear the word, and then select one of the cards below with a correct word. Do it for all words!
Tap on one of the speakers on the screen, hear the word pronounced, and place the word across the speaker. Repeat for all words to see wonderful gears animation.
(6) FLASH CARDS
Practice in the Flash Card mode. List through the words and top on the cards to hear the words pronounced again and again!
• Selection of individual words to be practiced within each category
• Avatar selection
• Choice of capitalized words and upper-case or lower-case letters
• Access to best scores
Get this app now and enjoy the progress your children are going to make in their reading skills. We are sure they will love the app the same way our little beta-testers did!
Check out more educational apps from 22learn:
Kids Alphabet Aquarium (Super ABC alphabet adventure for kids - Parents‘ Choice Award winner 2013)
Abby Basic Skills Preschool (Winner of prestigious Recommended Seal awarded by Parents’ Choice Award)
APC Phonics Train Adventure (fun phonics school for kids - Parents‘ Choice Award winner 2012)
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This app has two sections –
'Learn to Read' - Child learns simple words here through Blends, Digraphs and Long vowel sounds.
'I Can Read' - This section is a collection of stories with long vowel words carefully selected encouraging the child to read more and more
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Choose from twelve different game categories: animals, more animals, preschool, nature, tools, transportation, vegetables, positions, movement, music, shapes and sports. For phonics, choose the starting letter. Select the correct picture from four (or two, if four is too difficult) flashcard images. A narrator expresses appreciation for your response whether it is correct or not, with stars awarded at the end of each game to recognize your achievements.
Children love to see fun, real-world pictures and feel the joy of getting the right answer. Through repetitive playing, children develop their ability to maintain focus, increase their vocabulary words for everyday objects in their environment, and build a foundation for reading. Give this free app a try and make learning a wonderful experience for your child.
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How to play:
The app presents you with a definition of a word and sample sentence with a blank to complete the word. The task is to guess what the specific word is by typing from 12 scrambled letters.
For each correct word, 10-13 coins are obtained. Available hints are: (1) hide 3 unused letter from the scrambled letters for 25 coins, (2) show first letter for 10 coins , and (3) show random letter for 50 coins.
Once all the lessons have been completed, there is an option to reset the game and start all over the lesson in different order.
- 1st grade spelling words.
- Cover 50 basic words for first grade, including the sight words.
- Great for families and classroom settings!
- A totally FUN way to practice spelling for your little one.
- Fun graphics to help keep your child engaged.
Dolch Sight Words are words your child should know by sight by the First Grade. 300+ words. Now with an Alphabet deck to get your kid started.
Storage - to store audio recordings on sdcard.
Hardware controls - to record audio on demand.
System tools - prevent phone from sleeping.
The games are -
* Word Search
Kids look for words for the pictures shown in a word grid. They can hear the word sound and see the spelling by tapping on any image, but, they have to memorize the letters in the word to find it.
* Sight Words
Kids match first and second grade level sight words in a memory game by tapping on cards.
Kids learn the sounds made by vowel-combinations and complex consonant-combinations within the context of a word.
Kids practice spelling 4, 5, and 6 letter words.
To protect the kids -
- No third party ads.
- No in-app purchases.
- No integration with social networks.
- No usage data collected.
- No account data read.
- No push notifications.
To Review or Buy Infinut apps -
- We include links to Google Play Store in the App.
We are mothers and teachers developing apps to make learning fun for kids. We design the apps with our kids. Our young kids test the apps. We are supported by our families and our customers. Thank you for buying our learning apps.
Writing is a skill you learn over time and the earlier children begin handwriting practice the better it is for their writing skills throughout life. TeachersParadise.com Studios First Grade Dolch Sight Words includes 41 First Grade vocabulary words. Children will learn at their own pace with words specifically chosen for their age group.
Practice the Handwriting Without Tears® handwriting style with ease. Trace the letter, hear the letter. Shake to erase & try again!
Finger Tracing Flashcards™ are a great learning tool for practicing the proper Handwriting Without Tears® Print Style handwriting method.
(Does not test for accuracy)
★ 41 words
★ Multiple thickness
★ Free Ad-supported version.
★ Language/Speech and Sounds: US English
★ Age Level: 1+
★ Title: Kids Handwriting Grade 1 HWT
★ Copyright 2012 TeachersParadise.com, Inc.
*Handwriting Without Tears is a registered trademarked of Jan Z. Olsen.
Join Tammy the frog on a journey through four exciting activities as she hops from one screen to the next to learn and review commonly used English words from the list of 220 Dolch sight words. There are five levels of vocabulary for the child to learn and review.
In Kids Sight Words, children will:
- listen to common words and identify the correct sight word
- learn to recognize common words at their reading level
- improve reading skills by practicing words that they may have seen or are familiar with
- improve reading fluency
Kids Sight Words is the newest addition to our dynamic collection of English apps. It is for children who are already familiar with letter sounds and blending words. If your children are not at this level yet, we recommend downloading Intellijoy apps such as, Kids ABC Letters, Kids ABC Trains, Kids ABC Phonics, and Kids Reading apps.
Intellijoy's educational games delight children through fun and learning. Children and parents love our distraction-free games. All of the apps focus on specific learning concepts. They do not distract the users with unnecessary sounds or images on the screen, not to mention ads, pop-ups, and unrelated subject matter.
The game is fun and simple. Using grade appropriate Sight Words, children assemble short sentences from given words. The player receives visual and auditory feedback indicating whether the response is correct. Once the student answers correctly, the exercise moves to the next sentence.
The game contains no ads.
After watching the videos to learn new sight words, learners can test themselves with a flash card quiz. The words are presented in a random order, so the quiz is different every time!
This app covers 16 words from Rock 'N Learn's popular Sight Words DVD program. It is a great extension to the learning in in these apps:
Look for more Sight Words apps coming soon!
This program has 220 words based on the popular Dolch Sight Word list. These sight words are commonly found in children's reading books and provide an excellent head start for reading. 5 sight word categories include Pre-Primer (Pre-Kindergarten), Primer (Kindergarten), 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, and 3rd Grade.
* Large easy to read words
* Audio option pronounces words aloud
* 5 different sight word categories
* Large buttons for easy navigation
* Kid tested
* Sound volume control
Sight Words Hangman is an application where your child learns the most frequently used English words without sounding the words out letter by letter.
The game is simple, utilizing touch screen operations, colorful and comical graphics to persuade your child to play and learn. Sight Words Hangman begins by ”Selecting a List”, and touching the word “Repeat” to listen to the word. The child hears and views the word then makes their selection by pressing on the word that they think is correct. If the child chooses the correct sight word, then they automatically advance to the next word. If the child guesses the incorrect word, a body part of the hangman shows up on the screen and then the child is given 5 more opportunities to guess the correct answer. If the child would like to hear the sight word again, they can press the “repeat” button to hear the word again and pick another answer. The child can see their score at the end of the game so they can try to improve their score the next time.
- Kid Friendly Interface
- Large, easy to read font
- Children hear & see the words
- 25 Unique word lists to choose from
- Kid-Tested & Parent Approved
About SightWords as stated on Wikipedia.org…
Sight words are pronounced without decoding the word's spelling. Effectively, an alphabetic writing system is made into an ideographic writing system. Unfortunately, speakers of ideographic languages have to spend a much longer time learning to read because of the sheer volume of symbols they must memorize. A common first sight word is a child's given name. Beginning readers are at an advantage when they learn to read sight words that occur frequently in print such as those included on the Dolch and Fry word lists.
- Children who want to learn on their own
- Kindergarten to First Grade Children
- People learning the English language
- Entertain your kids with learning
- Teachers or Parents who use flash cards
Marcel Widarto is a member of Moms with Apps, a collaborative group of family-friendly developers seeking to promote quality apps for kids and families.
Recommended Ages: 4-7, 8-10
Categories: Reading, Sight Words
* The object is to get five dinosaurs in a row by correctly identifying the word when it is spoken.
* 5 difficulty levels: Preprimer, Primer, Grade 1, Grade 2, and Grade 3
* Keeps track of the number of right and wrong answers