Lola's Alphabet Train

Lola's Alphabet Train


(3 stars)


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10,000 - 50,000 downloads

  • Well designed, great graphics
  • Educational and fun
  • Rewards
  • Short
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Expert's Review

"The train of letters"

Reviewed by / Mar 29, 2012

Learn the alphabet and how to spell with Lola

Lola's Alphabet Train is an educational application that helps kids get familiar with the alphabet and easy spelling by playing games that have the letters to be the main characters.

There's a tutorial for parents in which the game is explained in detail: first of all, letters will appear and the kid will need to choose the correct one, secondly, they'll need to spell some item name by dragging the letters over their correct position. The games are really entertaining and addictive and the kid will definitely have fun while he learns the basic notions of the alphabet.

The full version of Lola's Alphabet Train has three levels of difficulty (the free one only included the easy one), five alphabet games, over 100 words and five different languages. The free version is great for starters but it ends up being too short and simple. Anyway, it's still a really good children app.

BeiZ is the developer of Lola's Alphabet Train lite and full version. If you have a kid from 3 to 7 years old and want to keep him entertained while he learns how to spell, download this excellent game.

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Developer's original description available here

All aboard the learning train for a fun time! Specifically designed for 3-7 year olds, Lola’s Alphabet Train is a guaranteed way to keep your children coming back for more fun as they master their reading skills!

Play games like “dragging and dropping” individual letters, “form a word”, and even a matching memory game to become more associated with the alphabet. As your children’s skills improve, the games gets more challenging, but still manage to be fun and engaging

Key Features:
✔ Easy-to-play
✔ Suitable for kids at any age! Specifically designed for 3 to 7-year-olds
✔ Excellent graphics and music
✔ Compatible with all Android versions above 2.2
✔ Works with all Android phones and tablets
✔ Available in many languages: English, Chinese, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Japanese, Norwegian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish

Editorial Reviews:
"An educational experience that also delivers on the Fun factor" –
"It’s a great app to help on reading" – Apps4Kids
"This is a cure and engaging pre-k game" – GiggleApps
"I appreciate the different levels of difficulty" – The iPhonemom

TOP EDUCATIONAL APPLICATION in many countries around the world: United States, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Australia, Spain, Canada and many more.

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Comments and ratings for Lola's Alphabet Train
  • (53)

    by Laura Bennett on 10/03/2015

    Looks like a great app but it froze at 94percent during install. Would have to purchase again to try again. Could support help me out?

  • (53)

    by Casandra Mudd on 04/11/2014

    Thus is really great my son loves trains so that grabs his attention then he gets rock his friends a present how cute he's happy I'm happy too

  • (53)

    by Bryan Villamin on 09/01/2014

    My 3yo son likes this game.

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    by Debbie Seethaler on 27/06/2013

    I love this game , i can see how much my child really knows.

  • (53)

    by Derrick Hughes on 16/04/2013

    My 2yr old son loves this game cuz its fun & is like a game but he's learning so much at the sametime so its a must get!

  • (53)

    by Nekeisha Jacobs-Samuels on 03/03/2013

    This is simply great had to buy full version

  • (53)

    by clint zwies on 14/02/2013


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