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Students practice differentiating numbers and letters. Numbers and letters fall down. Students sort numbers into a calculator and the letters into a book.
Pocket Phonics (K-2)
Students practice letters and sounds. A sound is said and the letter shown. Students trace the letter. Then students are asked to touch the letters that match the sounds said to form a word.
Dot to Dot Number Whiz (Math) (K-2)
Students practice counting. There are different levels of difficulty. Students connect the dots in number order to reveal a picture. The numbers are said as students connect the dots.
My First Words (K)
These are flashcards in different categories with a picture and word.
ABC Phonics (K-2)
Students can practice writing letters and words to go with a picture. They can choose different pictures and colors to write with.
Sight Words Free (K-3)
This app has word flashcards, word spelling, unscramble the words, and a playland. It has sound do students can hear the words too.
ABC Free (K-1)
Each letter of the alphabet has a picture of a keyword. The letter is said along with the keyword and sound.
Nook Kids (K-5)
This is an app to download e-books from Barnes and Noble. There are some free books that you can download for kids to read.
There are some free picture books. Students can listen to the story. The words are highlighted as it is read.
Read Me Stories (K-3)
There is a new free book everyday and they stay in your “library” for kids to read and listen to. Each page just has a few lines of text. There are both fiction and nonfiction books.
Bob Books Reading Magic Lite (K-2)
This is a great phonics app but it doesn’t have very many activities without buying the full version. Students have to move letters to spell cvc words that go with a picture. The words are then put into a sentence on a book page.
3D Words (3-5)
Making words. Students are given some letters and have to make words with the letters. There is a scramble option and students can play timed or untimed.
Treasure Hunt (2-3)
Students help a pirate find his treasure by completing different tasks such as setting a clock and making words.
Blackboard Sight Words (K-2)
The sight words can be flashed on the screen or scrambled and students have to make the word. The only list that is free is a Pre-Primer List so the words are mostly 3 letters.
There are lots of free books from different countries. There are different age levels that books are listed under. Most of the books are classic stories.
Word Abacus (3-5)
Making words using an abacus.
Word Pop! Free (3-5)
Like an online version of the game Boggle but it is untimed.
Students have to spell 3 letter words that go with a picture.
Jumbline 2 (3-5)
Making words. Students have to make the word with all the letters to move on to the next level. Students can also touch a word made to get the definition.
ABC Reading (K-1)
There is a level for blending, reading, and segmenting. Students hear the sounds and then touch a box for each sound. A picture is shown to go with each word. There are also video directions showing how to play.
Magic School Bus Lite Oceans (3-5)
An interactive Magic School Bus book about the ocean.
ABC Magic 2 (K-1)
Says each sound of the alphabet and pictures that start with that sound.