Reading race 1a – cvc words

Year Level: Early Years, Foundation, Year 1 & 2, Years 3 to 6

Reading Race 1a: CVC words is the first in the four-game ‘Reading Race’ series of reading apps from PLD Literacy & Learning. This fun educational game app was designed for children between the ages of 4 and 6.

CVC words or consonant-vowel-consonant words are simple three-letter words such as mat, dog and sit.

This one player game gives children an opportunity to start sounding out simple CVC words in a sequential, intuitive synthetic phonics manner. Children will get practice sounding out words of increasing length and complexity as they progress through the game, which emphasises phonetic sounds and alphabet sounds instead of letter names.

While playing Reading Race, children will also gain experience with sight words and spelling.

 

Reading Race is the latest set of apps from PLD Literacy & Learning, designed to make reading and literacy learning fun and engaging for little ones. The series of Reading Race apps were designed by the highly-regarded Australian speech pathologist, Diana Rigg, to ensure optimal efficacy. If you’re in search of a fun and dynamic way to teach your children (or students) the fundamentals, it’s time to discover the four Reading Race apps from PLD Literacy & Learning!

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