We are excited to review two of Rock ‘N Learn’s latest iPad releases.
The stories in Rock ‘N Learn Phonics Easy Reader 1 provide practice using the following phonics material: short vowel sounds, consonant-vowel-consonant combinations, words ending with ll, ss, ff, s, and plural s.
The stories in Rock ‘N Learn Phonics Easy Reader 2 provide practice using the following phonics material: ending and beginning consonant blends, consonant digraphs, and silent e that makes long vowel sounds.
My daughter enjoyed this program because she could work on it herself. The app gives the option to have the program read stories for the child or for children to try to read the stories themselves. While I feel like the price is a little high for the limited number of stories, I know that, because the stories are just long enough to keep her attention, my child will use the program over and over again and will pick up the words that she will need to begin reading on her own. That alone makes the program worth the price of $1.99 each on iTunes.
NOTE: We were sent a copy of the Phonics Easy Reader 2 in support of this review. The Phonics Easy Reader 1 app was purchased at regular price. No other compensation was received. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are my own.
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