Cam's Preschool ABC & Spell
10 - 50 downloads
- Good tool for children
- Alphabet, words and drawings...
- Excellent design
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+ By Mobos Interactive
Let your kids learn how to spell their first words and start getting familiar with the alphabet
Cam Cam’s Preschool ABC Free app is an educational application for children up to five years old. This game lets them learn to distinguish the letters, learn the first common worlds and basic spelling.
The main menu has several sections: In Alphabet Flashcards, there are many basic words following the alphabet with a drawing that illustrate the concept so they can begin to learn some words. In Picture to Word Matching, they have the chance to match the drawing with the correct word. lastly, in the last two sections, they will be able to find the first or the missing letter of the word.
The graphics and the design are excellent and the activities are really useful and perfect for the kids to start learning. There are some extra features that are paid and can be purchased in Google Play. Really useful app for children, good usability and learning methods. Mobos Interactive is the developer of Cam Cam's Preschool ABC app.
There are 125 words to learn, each with a colorful picture and pronunciation by a real person and not a computer. There are 5 activities. ABC Flashcards goes through each letter of the alphabet. ABC Phonic is a keyboard where the child can press a letter and the letter will be said with it's respective sound. The “what is this” game where you pick the word associated with each picture. The “find the first letter” game where you pick the first letter that is missing from the word and its picture. The “find the missing letter” game where you pick the one letter that is missing from the word and its picture. All games use the same set of 125 words so learning them is a step by step process.
Added 35 new words for a total of 125 words
Added ABC Phonic Keyboard activity
Optimized for Tablets
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Anna Grace.
This is a great app for toddlers! Classic flashcard look with easy to use navigation. My three year old twin girls love it and are learning their words already.
We love this app and I love the approach. However I think it would be beneficial to have the name of the object be said. At least in the case of my son, he doesn't know what all of the pictures are, but if he heard the word being said, he could get the right answer.