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5 Fun Letter Learning Apps for Kids
When choosing apps for my daughters, my first question is always the same: Is it
educational? I love games that support learning and when it comes to educational
apps, we're truly spoiled for choice. So, after test-driving a whole heap of them,
here are seven of my favorites to help teach kids the alphabet. These are geared
towards your preschoolers, kindergarteners, and children in the early years of
school.
1. Elmo Loves ABCs is very appealing for young children, thanks to its big
collection of songs, videos, and games, with an emphasis on helping children
learn to identify letter names (uppercase and lowercase) and letter sounds, and
form letter shapes.
2. Little Writer – The Tracing App for Kids is a clean and simple app for
helping children learn to correctly identify letter names and form letter shapes —
both uppercase and lowercase. (There are numbers, shapes, and simple words
too!)
3. With lots of options for customized learning, the ABC Alphabet Phonics –
Preschool Game for Kids teaches children to match a letter name or sound with
its letter shape. You can even add your own examples to make the game
personalized for your own kids.
4. The unique clay art animation featured in the Talking ABC app is really
unique and kind of fabulous. The app is quite engaging and includes both letter
names and sounds modes, six interactive games, and a fun alphabet song.
5. Zoolingo is an app that makes teaching kids with autism fun and so much
easier. There are more than 1000 games for toddlers in this app. Alphabets,
numbers, shapes, and animals can be easily taught to children. The games are
available in 16 languages. Aside from that, this is a good tool for early education.
Zoolingo offers nursery rhymes and allows kids with autism to follow easily. As
for learning numbers, they can learn math skills like the others and this app
provides a child a good foundation on counting. If your child is struggling with
basic words, then Zoolingo can help you. For more information, visit the website.


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