Phonics Museum - Learn to Read

Phonics Museum - Learn to Read

By Veritas Press

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2017-06-13
  • Current Version: 3.3.41
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 193.27 MB
  • Developer: Veritas Press
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.1 or later.
Score: 3
From 99 Ratings


The Phonics Museum will teach your kids to read in record speed. It's so much fun they'll be begging you to play! Phonics Museum is both entertaining and educational fun. Teaching children to read at a young age is one of the best things parents can do for children’s future academic success, but knowing how or where to start can be overwhelming and often confusing. The Phonics Museum takes the stress and guesswork out of teaching kids to read by doing it for you with fun storytelling combined with a multi-sensory approach kids LOVE! How do you start? 1. Download the app. 2. Start your 14 Day Free Trial 3. Add your child. 4. Watch your kids become readers! Every child has a unique learning style. At the Phonics Museum, we recognize this and teach “with the grain,” so whether your child is a: • hands-on kinesthetic, • visual, or • auditory learner, Phonics Museum is built for them. Kids ages 3-7 will be transported into a magical interactive museum as they follow Phonics Museum characters William and Wendy through the reading adventure of a lifetime! Everything comes to life at the Phonics Museum! Kids will learn to write long before they’re able to hold a pencil and write by writing with their fingertip--an incredible advantage. With a membership to Phonics Museum: • Your children will learn to read and write in no time! • Engage with over 900 games, videos, early reading books, memory songs, and exercises • Master the Phonics rules with Miss Biddle, Percival, and other fun characters • Engaging, interactive learning with live action and animation • Add as many as 3 children to the same account • Explore art, animals, and history as they learn • Easily cancel anytime Your child can try Phonics Museum FREE for 2 weeks. If you enjoy your trial, you don’t have to do anything at all, and your membership will automatically continue if you choose to remain a member. If you subscribe via iTunes: • Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account after your 2-week free trial period ends • Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period • Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period • Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase • Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable • Cost of the renewal is US$9.99 per month or US$98.99 annually Choose from two app subscription options! • Monthly Membership offers unlimited access on any device for $9.99 per month. • Annual Membership offers unlimited access on any device for $99 per year. • Both subscriptions all of up to 3 children per account. • Cancel your membership at any time. Miss Biddle and Percival are waiting to meet you and your kids, so let’s begin your Phonics Museum reading and writing adventure TODAY! Awards & Reviews: Based on the award-winning phonics reading curriculum from Veritas Press, the most awarded Classical Education curriculum provider over the last 20 years. "Guess who just read her first book on your app?!!! Our four-year-old (not even four and a half yet) is reading! Thanks for making such an awesome app!!!" "My four-year-old loves playing on the app and will beg me each day to let her do lessons on it. Through the fun and engaging atmosphere of the app, she quickly learned the letter sounds and started putting them together to form words. And we only used the app for a month before she read her first book on it! The app has made learning to read fun and enjoyable. We have loved it!" Privacy Policy: Terms of Use:



  • Could never login

    By litmathmom
    I paid for this subscription for months without ever being able to login with any name or password associated with me. No one would respond or help when I reported the problem and I finally had to go through Apple to cancel. There is no password or username recovery option.
  • Ugggh.

    By lolomom182
    I really wanted to like this because one of my favorite homeschool bloggers had a podcast or two sponsored by this app and it sounded awesome. The concept is great but I’m not really willing to pay a monthly or yearly fee for an app. Also maybe I am just crazy but the attitude on the little boy in the app was crazy to me. Complaining that things were boring or saying things were dumb. The attitude alone has turned me off to wanting to let my son continue to use the app. Maybe his attitude improves but come on! Learning is exciting! Going to a museum is awesome. Anyway... The target for this app is 3 years old and up. Let’s try not to create or enforce attitude problems with our kids. If you can get over the first little bit I’m sure it’s a fine app. I don’t know.
  • Avatars Are Lacking; Offer More Diverse Ones

    By ETeaches
    Ok, I read a review of this app from a fellow teacher and had to get it for my son. The steep price is an investment that I’m happy to make. However, I’m already having misgivings b/c of the avatars. As a teacher I am versed in the potential efficacy of digital educational games. Since digital games are a form of embodied learning, it is rational (and good economic sense) to have the audience identify with game avatars as this makes the learning process more “realistic”. At this point, my son will not identify with the male avatar and will not say “that’s me!” when he views that avatar. This sustained gap between the digital world of the game and his physical self (as a dark-skinned Black boy) will prevent him from “buying into” the game. The game would fail at “hooking him” and its potential efficacy will be compromised. I want K, my son, to immerse himself in the game to the point that he becomes intrinsically motivated to finish ALL the levels and therefore learns to read. Without an avatar that looks like him I know that his immersion into the Phonics Museum world will not occur. Why not offer a choice of avatars, one dark-skinned and one light-skinned avatar for each gender, for starters? Frankly, at this point in our digital age (and this price point) I expected more diverse representation and will likely drop the game during my trial period.
  • Part of our day!

    By mom2many kiddos
    We use Phonics Museum everyday! Such a great intro to phonics for my younger kids and a good review for my older emerging readers. The technical bugs have been dealt with and e are enjoying smooth sailing!! Please add 1st grade level!
  • Love it for K, wish it went through 1st

    By hannahlei
    Hi! So my daughter went through the entire program and it really DID teach her to read. I supplemented with the physical versions of the books, so she would feel comfortable "picking up a book" as part of the learning to read process. It was engaging and incremental without getting boring. We loved all the characters. There were a few glitches along the way that I hope they've figured out. My only complaint is that I wish it progressed through the 1st grade. As a busy home educator of 5, I would have loved for my daughter to be able to keep going into all that is covered with the physical version of Phonics museum 1st grade.
  • Tried and tried and tried again

    By BekHatesCandyCrush
    As a beta tester I loved this app! There were issues but they were quick to be addressed and fixed. I was given a free year for testing but we have only been able to use it a handful of times because it just won't work. I have tried since November to get it to work - emailing with no response, deleting and reinstalling (temporarily helped) .... I am currently in contact with tech support who is trying to help but I still can't login. If I am able to login and my boys are able to use the app, I will update my review accordingly.
  • Not worth the price.

    By Bookchick39
    Percival’s voice is creepy and annoying. I’d put up with it if it were free.
  • Game stuck on letter A

    By Elikadam
    My son is on the second picture but the frog game is stuck and even if you press the letter a as requested it doesn’t advance
  • This one is a keeper!

    By Millerfmlyfun
    Purchased this for my 4 year old daughter. LOVE It! Incredible classic art, phonics and learning! This one is a keeper. So far, no glitches or problems. Thank you Veritas Press! Edited 6-8-2018 She just finished her final lesson and is soooo excited! She’s reading and writing. She’s learned her lessons well from Ms Biddle. Thank you VP! Pros: a fun, comprehensive phonics app that systematically builds concepts. I love the classic artwork, introduction to artists and Percival. The pacing was good for her & the app kept her engaged right to the very end. Generally I sat with her while she completed the lesson....Special time together daily, fun learning & no prep for me! That’s a WIN! Our iPad didn’t have any issues with crashing or glitching. I did call customer service once early on for a tech issue and it was quickly resolved. Cons: The only ongoing app issue was each book took a very long time to load & had to be reloaded every time she went back to it in the game room. It was inconvenient (probably our dsl internet)so she practices reading books with the Bob Books. The laughing pig game makes a really strange sound. In some of the listening games it was difficult to differentiate sounds. I was hoping for Biblical values to be interwoven into the lessons- they were not. All in all this app was well worth its price for me. I am very happy with the end results - a 4 year old who loves to read and be read to! Who doesn’t want to hear, “Mommy, can I read to you?” 😃😍😃
  • So much potential

    By Worthypursuits
    I completely agree with the other critiques. It’s difficult to access. Sometimes we try to log on and it won’t load. I don’t have any issues with my other apps, so it’s not related to my device. It just gets stuck on the “ereader” when loading. Also, they do have a very strong schwa sound on the letters. The “k” is a strong “Kuh”. I want to use this as a supplement, but it’s becoming more of a burden than a benefit. My kids become frustrated that they can’t actually access anything.