Rave Reviews of Phonics Hero

Planning with Kids

Planning with Kids named Phonics Hero as one:

of the best educational iPad apps for primary school kids.


Read the full review here.


Spelfabet

Alison Clarke is a Speech Pathologist and advocate for synthetic phonics and works with children with speech and language difficulties. Alison reviewed Phonics Hero and gave it her “Truly Amazing Gold Medal”.

I was working with a 5-year-old with an Autism Spectrum Disorder just the other day, and he got a terrible case of the whiny-I-don’t-want-to’s at every literacy activity I presented to him, except this one, which he wanted to keep doing, till I had to ask him to stop.

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Learn to Read at Home

Merrin has been involved in education for over 30 years. She has a true passion in ensuring children learn to read and she now spends her time teaching parents how to help their children at home.

The animations are beautiful. I mention this because it’s rare to find beautiful animations these days, [and] the storylines behind the games are entertaining.

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Learning2Read

Kristin Anthian, an Educational and Developmental Consultant, wrote a review on the Get Reading Right Program and gave Phonics Hero a special mention!

I am impressed by the way that sounds can be easily manipulated within words, so that students continue to develop their phonemic awareness alongside their phonic skills.

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The Hare and Tortoise

With Phonics Hero your child will not only re-enforce and practice his newly acquired knowledge, he will also have hours of fun and not even notice how much he is learning too.

Read the full blog review here.


Tesco

We teamed up with Tesco in the UK who loved our “wonderfully wacky interactive synthetic phonics games”.

Varied, fun and in line with what’s learned in schools, these activities are the perfect support tool and the ideal way to keep your child engaged throughout the reading and spelling process.