Suggested apps for practicing our sight words:
Fry Words Ninja—Reading Game www.alligatorapps.com
Description: This engaging game app builds automaticity and fluency by challenging the user to match spoken words with written words that fly up from below.
Fry Words www.alligatorapps.com
Description: In the “Learn” mode,” this app presents single words as flashcards; the “Play” mode challenges the user to select the spoken word from a list of two to five presented words. The word pronunciation in the “Learn” mode can be used for spelling dictation. (No sentences are provided for homophones like to, two, and threw though.)
Sight Words by Photo Touch www.grasshopperapps.com
Description: This engaging game app builds automaticity and fluency by challenging the user to match spoken words with written words by selecting the spoken word from a list of three to ten words. The app adjusts the number of words presented based on user success. It is based on the Dolch list of 220 words, grouped by suggested grade level (preschool—third grade).
Sight Words 1–300: Kids Learn (a.k.a. English Words Everyone Learns) by Teacher Created Materials
Description: Using a combination of instruction and six engaging games, this app presents the Fry words to read, spell, and write. A free introductory version presents the first twenty-five words. Additional apps cover all 1,000 of the Fry Instant words. These apps are found on the iTunes Store.