A Play Based Learning Game that teaches Literacy through improving sight vocabulary. The success of playing the game improves self esteem and confidence. It's fun and colourful and students don’t feel the immediate pressure that they are learning, instead they see it as having fun.


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Created: Apr 15, 2010

Updated: Sep 16, 2010

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    user avataramcsorley8 years agoreport

    I Play Phonics. I have been using it in my classroom on the interactive whiteboard with small groups of students with MLD. They love it. They're not afraid of having a go at saying the words since it's only a game. The barrier to reading and word attack doesn't appear to be there. A really clever idea that actually works with those with dyslexic tendencies. Very cheap at that price and well worth the money