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Kids Sight Words

  • Android
  • Paid
  • age 3+

About Kids Sight Words

Kids Sight Words is a fun and interactive app that can help improve children’s reading skills. Children help Tammy the frog on a journey through four games that support reading and learning common sight words. There are five levels of vocabulary for children to learn and practise. 

App Details

Teacher Ratings

Devices

Android

Skills

Cognitive Development
Communication Skills
Academic Relevance

Safeguarding

In-App Purchases - No

In-App Advertising - Yes - 1st Party

Publisher

intellijoy

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Publisher's Description

Kids Sight Words is a delightful app across the board for children, parents and teachers!

Join Tammy the frog on a journey through four exciting activities as she hops from one activity 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 recognise 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 comfortable with the basics of phonics and blending sounds. 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.

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