This app is filled with activities for each level of sounds. It is recommended to use this app once students have mastered these sounds in isolation, syllable, and basic CVC levels.
The developers made sure you can modify this app for your student(s) needs. You can turn off sounds, make a mastery level, and even hide the scoring buttons. Click the wrench to adjust! You can even use this app up to a group of 6!
When you click a sound, you are prompted to select either word, sentence, or story levels.
Word Level: There are 2 activities in this level. Flashcards and matching. Students say the sounds and then score themselves. You can record their productions and play it back for them to self-correct!
I recommend starting with flashcards, then moving to matching. Matching turns drilling into a motivating game without having to print cards and laminating!
Sentence Level: You have to options, rotate or unique. It is recommended to start with rotate. It makes for great drilling practice and good for nonreaders. You can read the sentence and have them say it back.
Here is a view of the rotating option:
This is a view of the unique option:
|questions from level 1|
Things I like about this app:
- The various levels and options for every sound
- Ability to record productions
- Data collection and ability to save and email
- Motivating pictures and stories
- Easy to use and figure out
- Ability to change settings to individualize activities