Mrs. Lafreniere and Mrs. Hawkins, Proud Reading Teachers of NSES

Phonics instruction helps children learn the relationships between the letters of written language and the sounds of spoken language. Children are taught, for example, that the letter n represents the sound /n/, and that it is the first letter in words such as nose, nice and new. We’ve found 11 great apps that give kids practice with basic phonics skills, including recognizing the letters of the alphabet, learning upper case and lower case letters, alphabet matching, and word building. These apps help kids work on listening skills while also practicing spelling and building their vocabulary.

Click on the link below for this article from one of our favorite sites, Reading Rockets.

Phonics | Reading Rockets.

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