Learning to read can be hard, but knowing phonics makes it easier. That’s why our sister site, VocabularySpellingCity recently introduced some brand-new phonics games. Each new game and activity has visual and oral elements to help players connect sounds with letters, syllables, and words. And they all reinforce comprehension, too. They’re a great way to strengthen reading, literacy, and language skills.
TeachMe More gives children a chance to learn new words. In TeachMe More children explore spelling, syllables, sounds, context in a sentence, definition, and part of speech. Buttons allow children to choose what they want to hear or read. Repetition helps children who are learning to read or say new words to learn them quickly.
SillyBulls really make learning fun! SillyBulls is the game that helps children learn how to divide words into syllables. Children hear and see each word multiple times. They sort by syllables, say it aloud, and hear a contextually rich sentence, reinforcing vocabulary skills as well.
Helping children recognize initial and final sounds in words helps them learn to read. Initial Sound Speller and Final Sound Speller help players focus on these important sounds while having fun. As they play, students learn to connect how the sounds correspond to spelling.
These games are a great way to help kids who are learning to read. They’re also fun for adults or kids who are learning to read English! Try them with our pre-made lists. Love them? A premium membership allows you to create your own lists to use with the games. That’s perfect for reading groups, writing workshops, or review!
This post was written by admin on January 12, 2015