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Interactive computer games can add fun, variety and independence to literacy learning, and have the added bonus of modeling the proper pronunciation of letter sounds for those who may be learning English as a second language.
There are many options available. The following are recommended by educators with the added bonus of the fun factor!
|ABCya.com – used in schools and highly recommended by teachers.|
- Alphabet Match Pictures and letters can be matched by name or sound
- Keyboard Zoo Practice letters and keyboarding while having fun!
|Starfall.com – used in many schools and highly recommended by teachers. Children can access this link by clicking on this image anywhere on this site.|
|Alphabet Car Available in both lite and full versions, children are able to experience ‘driving’ by manipulating the device much like a steering wheel while they run down letters to spell words! It is fantastically fun. Letters are constantly in view, and with each moment of impact they also hear the name of the letter.|
|Talking ABC Claymation Animals interact and let kids explore the Alphabet in the lite and full versions of this colorful and engaging app. Choose ability level, letter names or sounds, games or to explore and enjoy being entertained while learning.|
|Follow That Fun Reading Teacher’s board Letters / phonemic awareness on Pinterest.|