Learn to Read, Write and Spell Pro is an English language skills program which covers a huge amount of material, from learning the letters of the alphabet all the way through to reading and writing at a sixth grade level.
The English language is riddled with anomalies and is incredibly difficult to learn properly. Learn to Read, Write and Spell Pro is designed to make this learning easier by using a graphics-based presentation style.
Bottom Line: Smarty Ears uses kids’ admiration of ninjas to help them build grammatically correct phrases and sentences in Sentence Ninja. With real life photos, easy to understand voices, and a lot of options for personalization, this app would be good for therapists. However, its price may make it out of reach for many people.
Bottom Line: A wonderful sight word app that uses visuals, games, and rewards to engage a learner in memorizing sight words for reading. It has a variety of game options to practice the words, but it has a limited number of words and levels. Although the words are basic sight words, this app can be engaging for older children who are struggling readers.
Bottom Line: A nice app mainly for speech-language pathologists to use in therapy, but parents will also find some home uses for it. Containing 480 “wh” questions, including who, what, when, where, why, and how, this app is one of the most comprehensive “wh” question apps on the market. Designed to help kids practice auditory comprehension and verbal expression.