Description-ar (car, jar), -and (hand, sand), -eel (wheel, heel), -ee (bee, tree), -oor (door, floor). This educational game uses 90 photos of everyday objects to teach you about the word endings that are commonly used in the English language. Enjoy the photos and original music, listen to each spoken word, and choose the photo that rhymes. Soon you will be able to recognise all 45 word endings and also have increased your English vocabulary! Invaluable if you are a student learning English or a parent helping your child to learn to read and write.
* Entertaining game to teach you 45 common word endings in English
* 90 rhyming photos and original music by David J Bevan
* Teaches common rhyming words in English
* Helpful aid to increase vocabulary for children and English language students
* Race Mode to check your progress and see how much you have learned
* Slideshow Mode to show you all the photos in sequence
* Easy on-screen gestures for Race Mode, Race Results, Slideshow Mode, Quiet Mode, Help and Google Play.
"Common Word Endings" is both educational and fun. The game features Race Mode, which asks you questions at speed to test your memory. At the end of the race, you can check how well you have done relative to your other races. Slideshow Mode shows you all the photos in sequence. Simply slide through the images with your finger on the screen, both horizontally and vertically. Quiet Mode lets you use this app with or without voice prompts.
The game also features easy on-screen gestures to help you quickly find Race Mode, Race Results, Slideshow Mode, Quiet Mode, Help and Google Play. Or you can use the standard Android menu. Original music composed by David J Bevan.
This FREE app contains 40% of the images, spoken words and music available in the full paid version (described in detail above). This FREE app contains 40 photos. It is ad supported and may contain ads in the notification tray and/or home screen. No in app sales. No Internet connection required.
Please see our video below for a quick demonstration of how to play "Common Word Endings".
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