Reading, even in the digital age, is probably one of the most important skills that children acquire. It can be an important source of pleasure which also develops vital language and social skills. It is fundamental to most school activities, it can also open up new worlds and give access to the wealth of human knowledge.
This app that has been developed by child psychologists and other specialists at The Open University enables young children to take part in fun games which can help develop interests and skills that will be relevant to them when they start to read.
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Ratings and Reviews
We have used it to make simple instructions for basic cookery for my son who is severely autistic - it is a lovely aid to independence
Great with pre-schoolers and nursery children
I have used it with teaching assistants and parents and its really easy to use and children like it.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.