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My word wall – Well designed app to teach Sightwords & Spellling

My Word Wall
Quick review:
My Word Wall: is well desgined and an egaging app with four  reading games that reinforce recognition of age appropriate sight and word family words. The words are coupled with the pictures to give kids more concrete way to remember the sightwords and spellings.
IEP Goals/Skills: Sight words, Spelling, Matching

Notes from Developer

Word Wall – An exciting new educational app for budding readers from Punflay

Help your child develop early reading skills with Word Wall. Watch them develop into confident and strong readers.

Introduce your young reader to Word Wall – an interesting and engaging app that helps beginning readers practice reading and writing skills through numerous funtastic activities!

Word Wall helps early to beginning readers learn to read and write by:
•Hearing, visualizing, vocally repeating and writing down letters and words.
•Providing activities that cater to budding readers using multiple learning styles such as spatial, visual, tactile, language-oriented, logical, or rhythmic.
•Engaging kids with four well-designed reading games that reinforce recognition of age appropriate sight and word family words.
•Providing structured learning for ESL/EFL and special needs students to help develop or improve their reading and writing skills.

Whether by assembling a jigsaw puzzle together in Jigsaw Words or playing a memory match game in Hide a Word, Word Wall provides hours of fun and practice in early reading skills engaging young readers to become successful and confident readers.

Take a look at how your child can learn with Word Wall:

See – young readers view letters and words along with a reference picture and visual cues. This reinforcement strengthens the association between the picture and the word helping them to remember and recall each word.

Hear – each letter and word is phonetically sounded out and repeated reinforcing letter-sound associations.

Say – young readers are prompted to say the words and repeat the words heard
repetitively, thereby helping to strengthen comprehension and memory skills.

Write – young readers generate narrative and writing skills that encourages visual and word connection.

Key Features:
•Kid-pleasing graphics and colorful interface
•Interesting and simple activities
•Over 75 sight words, and 12 word families with 65 word family words
•Caters to multiple learning styles
•Reinforces early reading skills

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