Looking for good iPad phonics app suggestions!

(11 Posts)
Expedititition Sat 10-Jan-15 20:00:54

Jolly phonics have an app. I don't have it so can't vouch for it but Jolly Phonics is used in lots of schools and is a good scheme.

BusyMom78 Sat 10-Jan-15 19:59:28

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MonsterPhonics Sun 31-Aug-14 09:33:50

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We use Pocket Phonics

Addictedtoamazon Sun 16-Feb-14 12:23:09

I've just found Reading with Biff Chip and Kipper for £1.49. You get 8 books to read. The same 8 books in print are about £20.

MrsPnut Wed 29-Jan-14 06:28:56

Mr Thorne is good but it is a step on from hairy letters.

DizzzyMum Tue 28-Jan-14 22:23:45

Thanks for your input! I also posted the same question in Primary Education and have had a few more responses - hairy letters, mr Thorne, a sounds-write initial code app and a few others. I am going to try them out and post my findings soon!

babybouncer Tue 28-Jan-14 17:54:38

I have hairy letters too

MrsPnut Tue 28-Jan-14 07:22:25

hairy letters is really good because it does the proper english phonics sounds.

mamij Tue 28-Jan-14 07:20:41

Watching as I'd like some ideas too!

DizzzyMum Tue 28-Jan-14 07:12:32

I am looking for suggestions for a really good phonics app for my 3 year old who loves using my iPad! He has been playing on the pocketphonics one, which is ok but he needs more help/practice putting sounds together to make a word that he is trying to read.

Thank-you!

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