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We love the app but as a mother and a teacher I think on some of the activities like when it comes to selecting rhyming words or spelling a word if a child realizes they accidentally clicked the wrong letter or picture or accidentally put the letter in the wrong spot they should be able to correct it instead of it permanently staying there until you just purposely finish the spelling the word wrong or clicking the another picture for it to restart. Also having the capital Letter “Ii” being shown in two different ways (the one you typically see on a ABC line and the version that looks likes lowercase “Ll”) confuses the child especially when they are matching uppercase and lowercase letters like on the train game and they are thinking they are seeing two “Ll”. You show them the word/letter one way in a game and in a different way in a later game. Also cutting the /uh/ sounds off on the quick sounds and when deciding and blending the words holding the non-quick sounds out longer than .5 sec so they can hear the word. Also adding test for sight words, rhyming, ABCs, sounds like how there are road test for math seeds and the different topics would be really cool or just adding a section for sight words for them to keep practicing would be amazing. Other than those minor issues we love the game.
Okay so this review would probably get 5 stars from me except for the following reasons. This review is specifically about functionality on tablets/phone devices. The content is great the free printables and homeschool schedules are great. The design is simple and I like it IF you are mostly using a PC... for iPad/iPhone the user friendliness is less. Make it so the password is saved so I don’t have to re-enter it EVERY time! C’mon this is 2019 almost 2020!! We have the capabilities to do that easily now. It’s very difficult and annoying to enter the password every time! Sometimes it even makes me re-enter the password when the iPad goes idle or we leave the app (but it’s still open in the background and still running and logged in)! We love using Reading Eggs for our homeschool needs but for security and recent hacking reasons having a 16+ length password you have to enter every time gets really old really fast. Also the other reason is the app itself can be kind of glitchy and slow at times or even lags. It doesn’t do this on the PC... so some optimization needs to be done... Paying what we do for our subscription per year these are simple fixes... there are other learning apps and software out there with competitive pricing and content to be completely honest. If some of these simple optimization issues aren’t fixed in the near future, after our year subscription runs out I will probably switch.
For starters you can tell the person/persons who created this App, has a passion for kids and LEARNING! My daughter struggle with her phonics and was slow in reading. I for one never believed that an app can teach her phonics. I was totaling against digital learning. I became so desperate, I hired a company to help me. I won’t say who, but it was a total waste. One night I went online and started searching for activity sheets, books, games, anything that could help my baby. I came across this APP. My daughter is reading, and she also has excelled in math. I love the progress reports I receive, and lessons. My daughter enjoys learning. This review is for the mother or dad thats reading this and the other reviews thinking to yourself DOES IT REALLY WORK? IT DOES!
I can not use this any longer. I sat with my son and noticed the math seeds lesson 104 was teaching measurement. It was in meters. We live in the US and we use inches and feet. The reading had words that we do not use here in us or use a completely different word for an object. Such as they showed a picture of a baby bed. Here in US we call it a crib. They wanted him to choose the word cot. I struggled at first thinking what are they teaching. I started with chat. She had no clue what to do she said it would be fixed by today. I checked it’s NOT fixed. I then sent a chat question. It was ignored. 7 hours latter I sent a question asking why I was being ignored. Finally someone asked what was wrong. I explained my situation. I downloaded it from the App Store on my iPad. I have always lived in the US. He was clueless as well. Said he would send a mail to the editor. I called support got an answering machine left message and no one has called back. I’m no longer going to pay the 9.99 till it is fixed.
My daughter has only been using this app for three weeks and her Leslie Level has already increased to almost 50. It isn’t something that you should only have them do independently, because parent support is important for encouraging perseverance within the more difficult tasks, but many of the activities are ones that are ones that she can do independently. The platform is user friendly and progresses well for developing reading fluency. Would highly recommend as both a teacher, Curriculum Specialist, and a mom of two.
Developed by Blake eLearning.
Reading Eggs - Learn to Read is ranking in Education & Games
Last update was at Dec 13, 2019and the current version is 2.3.8.
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