Our curriculum programs, and most of the learning tools and games we create, are designed to be used in face-to-face instruction and practice, with a teacher and student(s) working together.
However, our iOS app, free online phonogram chart, and various other digital resources may be helpful as supplements to the curriculum or as tools for adult learners.
- Phonics with Phonograms by Logic of English - iOS app for hearing and practicing the phonograms
- PhonixBlox app (3rd party resource) - online phonogram tile app, created by a parent who was teaching LOE to her children. Note: This app is not created or maintained by Logic of English, so we cannot guarantee its accuracy or future availability, but we think it's a great way to play with phonograms and practice spelling online!
Other Digital Resources
- Interactive Phonogram Chart - see all 75 basic phonograms, hear their sounds, and watch a video of each sound being pronounced
- Doodling Dragons Audio Book - read by Jim Weiss
- Doodling Dragons ABC Songs and Whistling Whales Phonogram Songs - albums of songs exploring phonogram sounds
- Phonogram MP3 - recordings of the sounds of the 75 basic phonograms
- Logic of English YouTube channel - videos about phonograms, spelling rules, spelling analysis, helping struggling readers, teacher training, and more
We plan to create additional web-based apps in the future. However, our main focus is on creating interactive and tactile materials for learning, since we believe that in-person interaction and hands-on practice and play are how most students learn best. (Looking for ways to make phonogram, reading, handwriting, and spelling practice active and fun? Check out our Game Book!)