Photo credit: ictgames.com Forest Phonics is a game, where students learn phonic spelling by assembling together individual letters, or two-letter combinations (digraphs) that build the word. When kids get the answer correct, they get to see a silly animation. This game was developed by James Barrett, who is a teacher. This version is a shorter […]
Photo credit: ictgames.com Sky Writer is a kinethetic game, where students learn the alphabet by tracing the letters while the plane writes them in the sky. This game was developed by James Barrett, who is a teacher. I love this concept! Disclaimer: This game requires Flash. Save Save
Photo credit: Kiz Phonics Kiz Phonics has a free game demo that helps students match the uppercase letters to their associated lowercase counterparts. Disclaimer: This game demo only includes the letters “a” through “e”. Other letters are available with a registered membership.
Photo credit: https://www.teachyourmonstertoread.com This is a FUN way for students to learn how to read! Teachyourmonstertoread.com is design for children ages 3-8, primarily, but it can be used at any age for anyone who needs to learn English. For example, I have used it in a middle school setting for those who are learning English […]