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Sight Words – The Future of Flashcards is an app available for the iPhone and iPad that will give a whole new meaning to sight word flash cards. As a mom of two boys who need to keep up with their sight words as they head into school in the Fall, I love the idea of an app that will assist in making it fun for them!

Sight Words Flash Cards App

At first I was thinking this would be a great app for my youngest until I realize that this sight words app actually has six different levels of difficulty:

o Preschool
o Kindergarten
o 1st Grade
o 2nd Grade
o 3rd Grade
o Nouns

This means not only can my youngest get on board with learning some more words before he heads to Kindergarten in the Fall but his brother can use this app to keep up with his sight words too. This app will help your kid learn to read, it has voice recognition and is the first app of it’s kind. Let your kids follow along with Miko the Monkey, totally cute by the way. My youngest LOVES monkeys and we often call him monkey so I know this is a great way to encourage him to learn while having fun.

As your child progresses they also unlock games and puzzles which means they get a reward for doing better and better. My sons work best with immediate type of rewards such as this and so I know this must work well for other kids as well. Do you have a child who could benefit from such an app?

This Sight Words – the Future of Flashcards is available for $1.99 in the iTunes app store and is recommended for ages 4+. Click here to learn more and purchase this app today to keep your child on track for the Fall school season!

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Written by brandyellen

Brandy is a born and raised New Hampshire resident who loves to spend extra time laughing & smiling with her three children. Brandy runs multiple blogs & she loves to tweet daily and ramble on Facebook. Author, with her daughter, of Positive Girl - The Power of Your Thoughts Question about this post or something found within it? Read my Disclosure Policy as well as Terms of Use.

This article has 2 comments

  1. MommaDJane (372 comments) Reply

    This sounds perfect for what Noah needs. I’m downloading it today. All summer I have been trying to find fun ways to keep him practicing his reading which right now he is at the age he dreads it. However he loves playing on the iPad.

  2. Rosey (994 comments) Reply

    We just found site words on my son’s Kindle too, woot! A great way to get a little practice in.

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