Kindergarten Teacher


New Literacy Apps

Literacy apps that are new to me that I am excited to try this year.

You can see my Math apps here and all the apps I already use here

ABC Magic Reading Short Vowels

 Sentence Reading Magic (same developer as above, really all their apps are great but these two I love)

 Spellosaur – I’m not exactly big on spelling in Kindergarten but this app is great for sight word practice. Especially like that I can record my own voice for each word. (or the kids voice) Also would be great for letter ID/sound since you can choose the “word” and record your voice for it.

Flashcards – not a fan of flashcards but this is more interactive word work :) Available in several languages but you have to purchase each language separate. Might be useful for my French immersion friends

Touch and Write best part of this app is the kids can “write” with all kinds of cool things with sound effects. Kids can write the form many pre selected groups including the ABC’s, numbers, high frequency word lists, or you can create your own list.

Handwriting Without Tears– I have a review of this app here

Feed Me–  This app is really all areas but I decided to include it with the literacy group. Letter ID, rhyming, opposites, colors, letter sounds, shapes, more or less, segmenting, counting and more are included in this app

First Words Deluxe-

Look forward to hearing about other literacy apps you are using in the class!





One Response to New Literacy Apps

  1. Mme Kathleen says:

    Feed Me is a great app for #frimm teachers too.

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