Teach First Grade for Android

Teach First Grade for Android

50 - 100 downloads

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✽✽ Teaching First Grade is an educational iPhone/iPad/iPod touch/Android app which teaches Four different age appropriate subjects: sight words, addition, subtraction and spelling. Play different difficulty levels

✽✽ Designed for young minds and tiny fingers, the gameplay is simple and without fuss - filled with heaps of lighthearted fun and even more room to grow!

✽✽ Parents can review performance history for each subject to check on how their child is doing.

✽✽ Accompanied by a friendly voice guidance, children are encouraged to play and learn at their own pace.

✽✽ Multiple play modes allow even the youngest mind to learn and explore with a basic shape-fitting mode.

✽✽ my Teaching Kindergarten keeps children engaged with a rather unique reward system where children earn a coin for every seven correct answers

What you learn:

✔ Sight Words: Dolch (Pre-K), Dolch (K)
✔ Addition: up to a total of 10
✔ Subtraction: from 10 down
✔ Spelling: complete words by choosing the missing letter

Endless fun and learning to be enjoyed all for the price of one.

FEATURES:

✔ Child-friendly interface specifically designed for small fingers
✔ Very Helpful voice guidance
✔ Beautifully illustrated original cartoons
✔ Teacher Mimi speaks in American-English.
✔ Achievement screen encourages and motivates learning by showing progress for each topic.
✔ Track learning information for up to 40 students without any Additional purchases
✔ Select which subjects are displayed for each child
✔ Clear and pleasant voice guide spoken by native speakers
✔ Unique progress tracker for parents
✔ Recommended learning path personalized for your child
✔ Great tool for teaching phonics one step at a time

For iPhone, iPod Touch , iPad Android and Kindle Fire

Recently changed in this version

✽✽ Fixed some bugs.


Comments and ratings for Teach First Grade for Android
  • (16 stars)

    by Shawna Marcum on 17/01/2014

    It keeps asking the same questions over and over again and the little girl avatar is sort of creepy. Just saying. My 6 year old liked it until it asked her to find the word "ask" four times in a row.