Download SWR SpellWriteRead Phonograms apk 1.7 free for Android smartphone

24 Jan
SWR SpellWriteRead Phonograms

Posted by CGVelocity in Education | Jan. 24, 2015 | 6 Comments

Apk file size: 11.0 MB

Phonogram learning app that gets you practicing and mastering the 70 essential phonograms for the SWR "Spell to Write and Read" program.

SWR Modes...
Single Letter(26 phonograms, 38 sounds)
Multiple Letters(44 phonograms, 69 sounds)
All (70 phonograms, 107 sounds)
Custom (4 customizable lists);

SWR Features...
Rules - enable or disable rules specific to phonograms (exist for Multiple Letters)
Play Speed - Slow, Medium, Fast
Play Order - Sequential, Random
Step Mode - Requires a manual user press to advance to next letter
Replay Loops - Infinite, 1-99

This is the official SWR curriculum app for "Spell to Write and Read" program created by Wanda Sanseri.

App created and supported by

Whats new

    1. New "Quick Sounds" screen, lets you press any phonogram and hear its sounds and rules
    2. Some layout and button icon changes
    3. Step Mode added, requires user to manually step to next letter

CGVelocity part of our Education and have average installs from 100 to 500. Last Update Jan. 24, 2015. Google play rating is 90.9091. Current verison is 1.7. Actual size 11.0 MB.

Download swr-spellwriteread-phonograms.apk 11.0 MB


Mary Fifer

Lots of fun! I bought and downloaded the SWR App to my Android phone and love it! I know a child who likes it better than the video I had made because he can scramble it up. :-) Wanda's Spell to Write and Read helped me immensely as a homeschooling parent. I've used the Spalding book and several other companies' programs for nearly 20 years and had missed the element of "think to spell". The success of the program is not whether my fast readers could read, but whether my slow reader would also benefit. So far, we've had many light bulb moments that offer great hope! This app makes reviewing the phonograms seem like a game.

Kaquim Shirley

Great for independent practice It does a great job at sounding out the phonograms. The slow speed is nice for my beginners. I love the loop options and rules on/off. It would be nice to see the cursive font. Then both or either could be shown. Glad to have seen the first draft and all the inprovements. My 2nd child has learned to read with this. NOW, let us see how to write using clock letteres in cursive and manuscript Please. By the way the sounds let me know my kids ARE working while I can't see them.

Christine Hallet

Is great for on the go review. Great ap. I like that I can make specific review lists tailored to my children's needs.

Annagrace Young

Good start! I like the idea of this app but there are a couple things I would like to see. 1. Color! ! If we had an option to pick different color letters then my right brain child would be much happier to work on her phonograms. 2. Better sound quality!! I realize the app creator used the original CD from SWR but the original is super hard to understand. I have to race to my child's side and correct their pronunciation many times while they use this app. Very frustrating and kind of defeats the purpose. All in all you are on the right track! A few tiny adjustments and this app will be a fantastic resource!

Mike Wood

I just started using the app, but I am already bothered by the little sound that plays between pgrams and other screens (like setting up children's profiles.). It's too much noise.

Anady Jensen

Awesome This works great! It has helped my babies tremendously!!!

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