Learn how to read with phonics

This award-winning phonics game is designed to help children over the age of three learn to read. This game is unique in its approach, using proven and intuitive methods to make it easy for kids to pick up reading skills quickly and effectively. The game works by teaching kids the basics of sound-letter relationships as well as identifying word patterns such as rhyme and syllables.

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How GraphoGame applies the science of phonics to help children read

There are many different kinds of reading games out there, but only GraphoGame can title itself  “the most researched game in the world”. The reason to the children’s quick reading progress is the fact the game is based on proven research and developed by leading neuropsychologists, speech pathologists, and linguists.

GraphoGame uses principles from synthetic phonics, in which sounds or phonemes associated with letters or graphemes are pronounced individually and then joined together. 

When children identify the sounds that make words different from one another, they begin to have a better understanding of the basics of reading. Using synthetic phonics to teach children to read has been proven by multiple scientific studies around the world. 

Give your child access to cutting-edge educational technology with a convenient phonics app. 



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Effective for all starting level

The current level of reading does not matter. The game automatically sets the starting level with proven effectiveness also for children with dyslexia and neurodiversity.

No parental involvement needed

The app is designed so that your child can independently start learning.

Here’s a few reasons why a phonics game is effective as a learning tool.

How does a phonics game work?

In synthetic phonics, sounds or phonemes that are linked to letters or graphemes are first pronounced separately. Later, they are joined in synthesis. A phonics app like GraphoGame separates a single-syllable word such as bat into its individual parts and pronounces those three separately. After that, they are pronounced together to form the word. 




Why is a phonics game so effective?

Because it’s based on the alphabetic principle, the concept that spoken sounds and words correspond to written text. This is one of the first skills a child develops when learning to read. Research has shown that children who don’t create a robust foundation for reading through the use of phonics are at a greater risk of developing reading difficulties later in their lives.


How does a phonics app use gamification to improve children’s reading skills?

The phonics app GraphoGame has been developed based on extensive research. Through its quick repetition, temporary failure, and eventual accomplishment of goals, the app introduces the principles of gaming to make reading fun, exciting and motivating for children. 

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” Our son is evolving impressively
with the help of the program. We did not
expect that our 3-year-old would be reading this easily “

Parents of 3 year old, Brazil

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Amazing learning results backed by sciences

” GraphoGame has been shown to be as
effective as one-to-one teacher support “

University of Cambridgle

” Children exposed to GraphoGame performed better than the control group on all literacy measures “

Nshimbi, JC et al

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