Phonics Genius

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  • Last update: 7 years ago
  • Version: 5.0
  • Size: 61.0 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: Innovative Mobile Apps
  • Content rating: Rated 4+
  • Languages: English
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Phonics Genius Description

Download Phonics Genius to teach children aged 1-6 in a simple and fun way. Phonics is a relatively new way of learning various parts of speech so that kids can instantly recognize and say new words they’ve never seen before. 

Many, if not all, primary schools and kindergartens in the Western world use phonics on their students, so this Phonics Genius app is a great tool to keep them ahead of the game.

 

Pros

There are more than 6,000 different words which have already been categorized into phonic sound groups so that you can pick one to learn at a time.

Cons

The Phonics Genius app looks a little cheap when used. The user interface is quite basic and not friendly for children who require colors and motion to learn effectively.


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3 Comments


  • VR
    Viviane Rochel
    iTunes
    My 5 y.o little girl is struggling in kindergarten because Portuguese is my first language and it is very hard for me to make her believe in my English . I bought a letter factory from Leap Frog to help "us" practice the phonics and it did helped a lot, but my little one is having a hard time putting them together. When I downloaded this app I read all the reviews and decided to give a shot. I'm very surprised on how it is divided in groups of sounds and the first group we worked was the magic e (made), Chloe got the hang of it after the fifth word and she IS reading the words in that group. The only thing I didn't like is that the audio doesn't give the child the chance to try by herself first because it says the word as soon as she clicks on it. I fixed that by putting my phone on mute and she can change that when she is done trying to ready, so it's only to check if she ready correctly. Besides that I really liked the app :)
  • C
    Citymominwoods
    iTunes
    I downloaded this for my dyslexic son to help him read. Yes, there is a an enormous list of words but aside from listening to a voice read word after word, what else are we supposed to do? There is a record button but nothing ever happens. What is the point of recording if you can't play it back. And yes, I enabled the microphone. Everyone says this is awesome but I think it is monumentally boring. How is this helping my child to read? There is nothing engaging or interactive about this. I can only surmise that I am missing a key component here but have been unable to locate instructions anywhere on the Internet or within the app other than to change fonts and colors, whoopdedoo. There must be something more here, hoping someone from alligator contacts me or this is being deleted.
  • Ri
    Retired in Chicago
    iTunes
    I've used this awesome app for 2 weeks and I can't believe that it is free with no in-app purchases to trick you into buying in order to use the complete set of features. I've used the ready made list for the CVC (short vowels), I've made customized list with "highlights " and category pictures I.e. The Polar Express. And I've let the children that I tutor record their own lists. If you find that you can't record, simply go into settings where you select the app and flip the button for the app to access the mike and do the same if you want to add pics to your categories; flip the button to let the app access your camera roll where you can select the pic you want to use. I love free but I would actually pay for such a useful, simple, and fun app.

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