My child liked the stories so much she had each one memorized. and shes only four years old!
I love the stories for their vibrant colors, characters, and illustrations. The stories have a rhythm to them that makes it easy for kids to follow and learn.
I use these stories in my classroom all the time. My kids really enjoy the humor in them!
Learn to Read: Rhyme Stories contains six fun, interactive, and engaging early learning stories that improve literacy skills, phonics, and fluency. The app is based off of the Witty Bitty Bunch book series.
Parents, teachers, and children all love the stories for their rhythm, rhyming, engaging characters, and vibrant illustrations. The app was developed by fully credentialed teachers and aims to improve reading skills, build confidence, and the recognition of sight words and vowel sounds.
Rhyming is a key part of building early literacy skills so get started today and start your child on a path to reading success by downloading our Read & Rhyme app!
The stories include:
Kim Likes to Swim
Pete Has Big Feet
Joe Has a Sore Toe
Jenny Found a Penny
Mike has a Bike
Paul is Tall
Children will learn rhyming, long and short vowel sounds, sight words, and social-emotional skills including compassion, friendship, value, saving, money, exercise, self-acceptance, and more! Throughout the years, these stories have become a trusted source for bed time reading, classroom reading, and simple entertainment.
The stories were written and illustrated by David Hollaway and have been enjoyed by preschool and elementary kids throughout the globe.
Read - The reader can read the story with the option of hearing the narrator read
Watch - The reader can watch the fully animated story. This option is beneficial for younger or struggling readers
Vocabulary There is a vocabulary section in each story where the reader can tap the words to hear it used in a sentence
Animated scenes and characters increase engagement and comprehension
Story is professionally narrated
Bonus activities and worksheets are available on our website
Boys and girls ages 2 to 6
Grades PK, K, 1, 2
Preschool age children
Beginning readers, struggling readers, English-language learners
5 TOP BENEFITS OF RHYMING
Learning rhymes early increases a childs chances of becoming a better reader.
Rhyming builds phonemic awareness or the ability to distinguish between sounds.
Rhyming helps children recognize word patterns and teaches word families.
Rhyming is fun for children and motivates them to read more.
Rhyming helps a childs spelling ability.
Credits: Written and illustrated by David Hollaway | Narrated by Paula Davis | Music by Kevin McCloud.