The Best Literacy Apps for Preschoolers and Kindergarteners

by | September 21, 2017

The preschool and kindergarten years are important for developing a solid foundation for reading, spelling, and writing. There are many apps out there that will help you give your child the practice they need at this crucial time. Here are some apps that are shown to develop the early literacy skills necessary to become a better reader, speller, and writer in elementary school.

For Alphabetic Knowledge:

· Handwriting Without Tears
· OG Card Deck
· I Can Alphabetics
· Starfall Learn to Read
· Bob Books Reading Magic 1 & 2
· Alpha-read

For Phonological Awareness:

· Partners in Rhyme
· Beginning Sounds Interactive Game
· ABC Magic 1-6
· Blending SE & TE (Student/Teacher Edition)

For Writing:

· Handwriting Without Tears
· I Can Alphabetics
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