The Reading Machine 2
This is a phonics reading machine to help teach kids to read.
You can turn the volume down and let your children make the sounds themselves, when they are ready.  Letter spins around to form different words.  They are then sounded out and then the viewer is asked if it is a real word.  (02:28)

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