Website review by
Jean Armour Polly, Common Sense Media
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PDF flash cards and phonics printables for kids.

Parents say

age 2+
Based on 1 review

Kids say

age 2+
Based on 2 reviews

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Parents need to know that some books are for sale on this site. Also, the audio books are in English but the narrator has a strong accent.

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Adult Written byThompsc April 9, 2008

Great website

This is a great website for elementary teachers. I have had problems accessing the site recently and desperately miss it.
Kid, 12 years old October 10, 2009

too much advertisements!

I don't know how to use it, every time I click on something, a Korean website pops up!
Teen, 13 years old Written bymayahutton February 6, 2009

What's it about?

Offering printables that will help children learn to read, KIZCLUB.COM is divided into topical sections such as \"ABCs,\" \"Phonics,\" \"Topics,\" \"Crafts,\" and \"Stories.\" \"Stories\" is one of the most interesting sections. In the first level, 25 different short stories appear both as Shockwave Flash animations and as PDF printable booklets. There are three levels of difficulty, each with different stories. In the \"Resources\" area you'll find printable flash cards, nursery rhymes, clip art, and items especially for teachers (or parents), such as \"Good Job!\" awards.

Is it any good?

Parents and teachers should visit this site; the illustrations are engaging and the stories enjoyable. One drawback to the "Stories" section: A narrator reads the stories aloud, but she has a strong accent and often stresses words in an odd way, which is a little distracting. Kids may want to turn the sound down and read the words themselves.

The site also has some unusual and terrific craft printables. Put another cartridge in your printer, you'll need it!

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  • Families can talk about words, letter sounds, and other building blocks to literacy.

Website details

  • Genre: Educational
  • Pricing structure: Free
  • Last updated: August 25, 2016

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