Reading and writing are considered the initial steps in building a child's literacy skills.
A child's reading skills and writing skills can be developed with the help of sight words.
What are sight words? The sight words are the words that the child must recognize upon seeing them. For example, words such as; this, that, there, and more!
With the help of sight words, 0-6 years old can learn to read and write. Playing sight word games will also enhance a child's vocabulary.
We have developed a range of fun sight word games, where your little one can immediately grasp the essential words and have an interactive play-date with amusing characters and learn how to read and write.
Does your child have trouble spelling words? With the help of sight words and games, your child can improve their spelling.
Features of Learn to read sight word game:
Trace letters: Kids can recognize letters and improve their fine motor skills by tracing them.
Match uppercase and lowercase letters: This game will help your child differentiate between upper and lowercase letters and help them grasp the alphabet.
Solve a puzzle: Solve an easy kids puzzle to learn sight words. This fun game will develop your child's logical skills.
Tap on words: Kids need to tap on the correct sight words to learn how to read.
Drag the letters: A range of jumble letters would be given to the child. Kids need to drag the correct letters to form a word. Creating and recognizing words will improve your child's reading skills.
Collect the letters: Play a fun car game and go on a journey to collect the alphabet and learn how to read and write.
Hold on! That's not it. We have 300+ games and an engaging user interface to develop 0-6 year-olds reading skills writing skills.
Learn to read sight word games will teach your child the basics of the English language and will let them have a fun-learning experience.
Download Learn to read sight words games and develop your child's basic literacy skills.
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