|One of the emails I got on Little Miss' progress.|
Monday, August 21, 2017
A Review of Phonics Museum App from Veritas Press
Even though both of my kids have been reading for years, I still like to check out products for younger children. I like to know what products are out there for younger children and I have a lot of friends with young children. This is why I was interested in receiving the new Phonics Museum App from Veritas Press to review.
Veritas Press is a company that was developed as homeschool parents saw the need for a better Classical Christian Curriculum. They researched many products that were on the market when they were homeschooling their children and became convinced they wanted to teach history chronologically with the Bible integrated into recorded history. They started developing their products based on the fact that they wanted their children to know the relationship between what they study in "history books" and what they read in the Bible. Veritas Press has grown tremendously since they started their journey and they now offer many curriculum choices, online classes, the Veritas Press Scholars Academy and now an App to help children learn to read. The Phonics Museum App is available through iTunes.
I think this is a great app for teaching little ones their letter sounds and to read. I would have definitely considered purchasing it when my daughter was younger because it is something she could have worked on while I worked with her older brother on school. You can find out more about the Phonics Museum App from Veritas Press on their website, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram. You can learn more about the app we received here. As always you can see what my friends on the Homeschool Review Crew are saying about the Phonics Museum App by clicking on the banner below.