Kids ABC Letters
50,000 - 100,000 downloads
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+ By Intellijoy
Your children will be entertained while they learn the ABCs.
Kids ABC offers several activities where you have to identify, recognize and form the letters of the alphabet. A sweet voice accompanies the kid and touch response seems tuned to suit a children's skill.
There's a lock to prevent children to accidentally delete any contact or otherwise important item. If you like this app, know that it's followed by Kids ABC Phonics and Kids Learn to Read.
We like that developers work on creating children-friendly apps. From a sensible point of view, this app is a really good job. In fact, it could also be a great app for foreign parents who want their children have a first contact with the English language.
This app belongs to Kid's series from Intellijoy, a company specialized in educational games. All their apps are plain fun for children. It's better played on a tablet. Anyway, a perfect app to let them play while you drive, for example.
We now offer an All-in-One Pack, which includes access to the full versions of all of Intellijoy's existing and future apps and comes with a free 7-day trial. Get it here: https://www.google.com/url?q=https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.intellijoy.pack
This app is now optimized for both phones and tablets.
Tip: Try our Kids ABC Letters Lite first. If you like it (and you will love it), then get this paid version.
★ Followed by:
Kids ABC Phonics and Kids Learn to Read.
Kids ABC Letters is the first app in our Reading Curriculum Series.
★ Intended for:
Kids ages 3-7
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This delightful game invites preschool-aged children to listen and learn the ABCs in ways that enchant them.
★ What will my children learn?
With Kids ABC Letters, your preschool-aged kids will learn the alphabet letter names and will practice letter shapes, letter recognition, and finding letters in context.
★ What won't my children learn?
Kids ABC Letters does not teach your kids the phonetic sounds that the alphabet letters actually make.
Knowing how the alphabet letters are pronounced is a separate educational goal, which is covered in a separate app, called Kids ABC Phonics. Including it in Kids ABC Letters would detract from the focus of this game and make it too complex to invite and delight children.
To sum it up, Kids ABC Letters is about the names of the letters, while Kids ABC Phonics is about the sounds of the letters.
★ What activities are included in this game?
The game has four wonderfully child-friendly sections.
✔ Naming Letters. A delightfully distraction-free way for kids to learn the name and the appearance of each ABC alphabet letter. Kids can tap on the letters to verify that they’ve learned the names correctly.
✔ Forming Letters. Kids get to practice remembering what the letters look like by sliding colorful puzzle pieces into place that make up the shapes of the letters.
✔ Recognizing Letters. Children get to play a fun game where they help the cat catch fish with alphabet letters on their sides as they swim by. By the time kids are done, they know the appearance and pronunciation of the letters by heart.
✔ Identifying Letters in Context. This simple educational game teaches kids to recognize alphabet letters as they appear in words. As a result, preschoolers learn that words are made up of letters.
★ Hey, how did you take the top spots in the Education section?
✔ Kids love our games. Parents love to see their preschool-aged children being both educated and quietly happy. Google noticed our great reviews and the fact that we focus entirely on delighting children through learning and then featured and promoted our apps.
✔ Our games are laser focused. For example, the letters game doesn't teach phonics, and the phonics game doesn't teach reading. We keep the games clean and focused but magically inviting and nourishing.
✔ Our games don’t feature fun at the expense of education – or education at the expense of fun. We also know games that are too complicated don’t involve and delight kids.
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Peter Warrior.
My daughter loved this game and learned a lot! Uninstalling only because she is now older and it's no longer a challenge. Highly recommend this to anyone with young children learning their A, B, C's...
My son loves this game and it has helped him learn and he thinks he is just playing.
I bought the full version and it stops at the letter q. I want my money back.
My 23 months old son is loving it.... so I`m loving it too :-)
Its really good. The graphics are very attractive and not overwhelming for baby. I like that it is straight forward app to teach letters and there are protections for rambunctious little ones touching the screen and accidentally going to different sites. Also it is limited as you must go through entire alphabet every time