With content from Oxford University Press.
Alphabet Games brings Oxford University Press’ Biff, Chip and Kipper into fun word games and flashcards designed to help children learn. It is an enjoyable way for children to practise reading high frequency words through playing games. This app contains in-built flashcards with common, high frequency words that children need to learn to recognise by sight. Some of the words are decodable, but the aim of the app is to get children recognising and reading all the words quickly, without decoding them. This game focuses on the letters of the alphabet to help learn words.
The 3 games are designed to help your child quickly recognise and read high frequency words, build reading confidence, whilst having fun at the same time! Sound detective helps identify alphabet sounds through selecting words with the spoken sound with which it starts. Sound snap is a fun game to snap the cards that start with the same alphabet sound. Fishing is an amusing way to identify the sound of words by selecting the spoken words. In addition to the games, the app has a mode where you can scroll through the entire card set to consolidate learning. You can also collect stickers to track your progress with the aim to unlock the rare stickers.
62 individual cards to show or go through.
Hear each card spoken aloud by tapping on the written word
Record voices to playback to practice your own pronunciation
3 fun games using the words from the flashcards
Search for alphabet sounds with Sound detective
Snap alphabet sounds with Sound snap
Identify sounds with Fishing game
Collect stickers in each game
Unlock all rare stickers to unlock the main game sticker to show achievements.
Earn printable certificates
Share certificates through email, Facebook, twitter and more!
Parents' section with how to use, rate the app access, and more info on the app and contributors.
Content is from the Oxford University Press product: Alphabet Games.
Illustrations © Alex Brychta 2006 with additional illustrations by Nick Schon
Text © Kate Ruttle 2006
The characters in this work are the original creation of Roderick Hunt and Alex Brychta who retain copyright of the characters.