Teaching your kids how to read is going to be much easier when you have interactive teaching tools at your disposal. These 6 apps let you use your iPhone or iPad to encourage your kids to read more:
News-O-Matic: a daily news app for kids. It enhances users’ reading experience with images, videos, and illustrations. It brings news articles at 3 reading levels.
Nick Jr. Books: a collection of interactive ebooks for kids to promote broader vocabulary and better reading comprehension. It tracks and rewards users for their progress.
Homer: a learn to read program for kids ages 2 to 8. It comes with over 1000 lessons covering letter recognition and other concepts. You also get offline learning games.
TeachMe apps: a collection of apps that teach your kids teaching as they grow. These apps are available for kids 2 years old to 3rd grade. They cover letters, words, and math concepts.
Sight Words: comes with learning games to provide your kids with a more interactive reading experience. It comes with word machine, spelling, bingo, and other fun games. Flash cards are also available.
FarFaria: brings your kids picture books and new content to consume every week. It has read-to-me functionality with word highlighting. Educational books for kids ages 1-9 are available.
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