Incorporating the latest research on learning to read, this app helps children gain the skills they need to learn to read and spell words, i.e. phonological awareness and lexical orthography. Madam Word can also serve as a re-education tool for children with reading and spelling difficulties.
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This game involves reconstructing the word that was erased when the mailman dropped the letters in a puddle. The letters are intended for either Jen or Jim.
In this game, children must associate each card with a Word baby based on the position of the sound in the corresponding syllable.
To help each young Word find their way, the child must select the image of the word that rhymes with the young Word’s name. This game teaches children to recognize rhymes.
In this game, children must select the card that matches the word said backwards.
Each young Word is wearing a letter corresponding to a sound. The child has to select the young Words in the order in which they’re called, i.e. the order of the sounds. If the child gives the right answer, the young Words do their dive.
In this game, children must distinguish the letters b and d in the words illustrated in Madam Word’s books.
By cleaning the pond in an image pairing game, the child learns to handle visually similar graphemes and aurally similar phonemes.