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Using Fry's list of 1,000 sight words, Let's Read teaches children how to read through fun interactions.
The game is easy to get started; just say, "Hey Alexa Let's Read", and Alexa will walk your child through getting the game started. Let's Read uses positive feedback to keep kids interested and coming back to play again and again. If you own a device with a screen, like the Echo Show, Alexa will display a flash card with the word and even display a count of the correct answers. This skill is an awesome addition to any classroom. I hope your child enjoys playing this game as much as I enjoyed working with my family building it! If you enjoy this skill please rate and share, it really helps others discover this skill. Feedback is always appreciated: letsRead@jaredmakes.com
Features: · Fun sounds and images · 10 levels of play and nearly 1,000 words · A scoring system that awards both consistency and challenge · Multimodal support
Known Issues: · Some words can be confusing for Alexa to interpret (this will be remedied in a future update)
ToDo's: · Create better ending screen, especially for a perfect score (Current one is beyond bland) · Review words and assist Alexa with interpretations (i.e. the word is "wood", user says "wood", but Alexa interprets as "would" · Create a global daily High Score list · Continue to add variety to questions, responses, images, and sounds
Very frustrating for my 7 year old reader. 20% of the time it didn’t understand her. When she got the word wrong it buzzes loudly and the word disappears. No help offered. Once the round is over, there is no way to exit or go on.