Teach Me to Read with Harry 4+

Asuncion Munoz

    • 4.0 • 1 Rating
    • $2.99

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“Teach Me to Read” is a tool created for progressive reading practice by kids ages 5 to 7.
• 3 difficulty levels and reading comprehension activities tailored to each level.
• 3 font types: Stick, School and Printing Press.
• 7 languages: Catalan, English (U.S. and United Kingdom), Spanish (Spain and Latin America), Italian, French, German and Portuguese (Brazil).
• Confidence and autonomy: readers can explore the different levels, advancing and mastering them at their own pace.
• Designed in cooperation with teachers. Tested by kids, parents and teachers.
• Pedagogical design based on the Constructivist Approach and the Montessori Method.
• No in-app purchases or advertising to disrupt you and your child. 100% safe for children: no access to social networks or the Internet.

What will I find?
• Three ways of enjoying the same story:
1 For the child who still does not know how to read and needs to discover the world through simple words.
2 For the child who can read with more precision and wishes to explore more details of the story.
3 For the child who already knows how to read and is capable of fully undertaking the adventure of discovering the pleasure of reading.
• Seven languages so you can switch between languages, familiarize yourself with a new one, or simply practice two mother tongues.
• Reading comprehension activities tailored to each level. Learning to read is about more than pronouncing the phonemes in the alphabet and spelling words.
• “Headstrong Harry” This is the story of a friendly little turtle who confuses perseverance with stubbornness. An original story that instills values. Much more than a book!
This story is available in other languages on other apps from AucaDigital.

Other benefits for the child
• Thanks to the reading comprehension activities children not only know that they have understood the story, but are also able to improve their sensory-perceptual development by exercising their memory, attention, concentration and capacity for observation.
• Helps children to acquire values and personal and social skills.

• Interactive illustrations that you won't be able to resist touching again and again.
• An original soundtrack and audio effects during reading.
• A setup menu that is easy for kids to use, available on each screen: change of font, music on/off, access to scenes, and language change.
• “Teach Me to Read” is an educational app for use at home and in school.
• Recommended for the reading and writing skills teaching/learning process for preschool and first grade primary school students.

Privacy Policy
We take your privacy and that of your family seriously. We do not collect or share information about you or your children, or include third-party advertising.

If you need assistance, email us at soporte@aucadigital.com
Do not hesitate to comment and vote on our app once downloaded.


Nicely done...recommended!
I really liked how you could grade content to this book, depending on the level of a child's competency. There are no IAPs or ads, and I would definitely recommend this to families and teachers.
Está muy bien!
Parece un cuento, pero es mucho más. Mi hija ha de cinco años mejorado la lectura y disfruta haciendo las actividades. Es genial para después que han aprendido el abc.

“(…) At the beginning of the stories, there are settings that can be modified to suit the needs of a particular child. It is possible to choose from three different levels of difficulty in the text. The text can be displayed in block letters, in cursive, or in all capital letters, depending on your preference.” (http://www.funeducationalapps.com/)

“(…) una de las mejores aplicaciones para niños de iPhone y iPad que hemos encontrado ya que aprovecha al máximo el uso y la posibilidad de los cuentos.” (http://appleweblog.com)

What’s New

Version 1.2.3

Support for iOS 15

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
1 Rating

1 Rating

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Colorful story and legible cursive writing

The story is written with correct English grammar. The language options change the names of the animals. The Spanish story changed the word from “tripped” in English to “tropezó” which means “stumbles” in English. Maybe, tripped means something else in Spanish, so they used the word stumbles instead. The story could read by a teacher or a parent to the students. There is music, but no voice reading option.

App Privacy

The developer, Asuncion Munoz, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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