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Last Updated on April 13, 2017 by Marie Bautista
to my kids when they get bored. I
believe that real, normal play would be more beneficial to them. But there are certain apps that do get my
approval (apps that guarantee that my child is learning while I am
concentrating on my laundry.
This learning app for preschoolers and kindergarteners developed by
Kid’s Academy, is based on the Montessori learning method wherein children
learn how to write, spell, read, count, recognize letters, numbers and sounds
through fun games.
recognition and letter sounds.
fireflies in a jar.
words that start with the letter.)
with a picture and the letter it starts with.
gets praised for every accomplishment he does!
Much as I do mind little kids spending too much time on the iPad, this is
one of the few iPad apps I would like every preschooler to have. This interactive app teaches the basics in a
fun, interactive way. The number and
letter tracing improves a child’s fine motor skills, while making them master
letter sounds and phonics. The instructions
are clear and given in a crisp, engaging voice. And the best thing is that you
would never hear the phrase “I am bored” which tech savvy kids (and that
includes preschoolers!) tend to say. A. Lot.
With Kid’s Academy’s Preschool and Kindergarten Learning Games, your
child will have endless hours playing while learning.
Get this at the iTunes App Store for free!