How do you teach a monster to read?

How do you teach a monster to read?

How do you teach a monster to read?

Teach Your Monster to Read is an award-winning phonics and reading game that’s helped millions of children learn to read. Children create a monster and take it on a magical journey over three extensive games – meeting a host of colourful characters along the way and improving their reading skills as they progress.

What age is Teach Monster for?

Suitable for ages 3-6. Designed in collaboration with reading experts from Roehampton University. Available on iPad and iPhone. “This game is the absolute best quality phonics game I have come across for educational and fun value.”

Can you Teach Your Monster to Read for free?

Teach Your Monster to Read is completely free to play on desktop and laptop computers. Sign up here. It’s been provided by a charity, the Usborne Foundation, as a way of helping children learn to read.

Is Teach Your Monster to Read research based?

It was partly based on research I carried out for Teach Your Monster to Read, a game from the Usborne Foundation for teachers and parents to help teach phonics to kids. Usborne wanted to know if there were other tools, games, videos or other content they could create that would make teachers’ jobs easier.

How can I learn to teach?

Here are four possible avenues to learn how to teach.

  1. Contact an Office of Education. An Office of Education is a great place to begin.
  2. Talk teaching with your colleagues.
  3. Observe your colleagues teach.
  4. Connect with schoolteachers and schoolchildren.

Who is the voice of Teach monster?

Simon Farnaby
Teach Your Monster to Read: First Steps app features the voice of Simon Farnaby from BBC’s Horrible Histories. To register your interest in hearing about the Teach Your Monster to Read: First Steps please email us.

Can you change the accent on Teach your monster to read?

The program is great! The repetition is what is needed to help them learn that each letter has its own sound(s). How to read letter combinations, and that changing one letter could change the word completely. The only downside is that it is a British accent (I do not have an issue with British accents normally).

How do children learn to read?

Here are 10 simple steps to teach your child to read at home:

  1. Use songs and nursery rhymes to build phonemic awareness.
  2. Make simple word cards at home.
  3. Engage your child in a print-rich environment.
  4. Play word games at home or in the car.
  5. Understand the core skills involved in teaching kids to read.
  6. Play with letter magnets.

Who made teach your monster to read?

Written by John Jones, Father, Head of ICT at The International School of Monaco and an ADE (Apple Distinguished Educator). My monster is now four and a half. Ever since I can remember she has been fascinated and absorbed by books.

What can you teach?

What Can I Teach?

  • STEM Education.
  • Teaching Social Studies.
  • Teaching English.
  • Teaching English as a Second Language.
  • Special Education.
  • Gifted Education.
  • Teaching Music.
  • Teaching the Arts.