Suggested apps ( BEWARE - these apps may be PAID with further in app purchases) Please do not worry if you do not have access to these apps, they are only optional extras and are not designed to replace 'hands on learning' such as gardening and helping around the home.
- The Sight Word Adventure - A fun, forest-based adventure where kids get a chance to recognise, read and write over 300 sight words.
-Green Eggs and Ham - Dr. Seuss’ classic turned into an interactive adventure, where users learn new vocabulary with tappable words. Encourage literacy skills with highlighted narration and more.
- Gracie and Friends City Skate - In Gracie and Friends City Skate, players skate through the city and jump when they see the right number groupings in order to collect items for a birthday party.
dullness of learning number recognition, sequences and quantities.
Little Digits by Cowly Owl - A new spin on finger counting! The game recognises how many fingers are put down on the screen and displays corresponding drawings, allowing the little players to associate real numbers with the number of fingers they’ve put down.
Bob Books Reading Magic 1 by Bob Book - The app includes several uniquely drawn scenes with easy steps that make reading and spelling a fun experience! Great for first-time readers.
iWriteWords by Great Apps 4 Kids -iWriteWorlds took the often tedious experience that is learning to write to a completely new level. Kids drag Mr. Crab with their fingers to collect the numbered balls
and draw the letters at the same time. With its memorable artwork, it is an effective and entertaining learning practice.
Endless Alphabet by Originator -Cute monsters introduce the little ones to new vocabulary and their definitions with captivating puzzle games and charming animations.