Bottom line: Sheepy School: Alphabet offers a fun way to introduce letters to your youngster with sweet characters designed to help peak your little ones interest and facilitate learning. With multiple activities to foster skills like letter recognition and letter writing, Sheepy School: Alphabet is the newest release from Ora Dangut (the folks who brought you Animals: Sounds & Games and Animals: Colors & Games.) This app is free to download.
I could tell you that Easy Spelling Aid is a simple spelling app, and it would be the truth. But the truth wouldn’t tell you the whole story. Easy Spelling Aid is a simple spelling app that has the potential to be a powerful teaching and learning tool at home or in the classroom. It empowers kids to independently spell words and phrases. It’s also pretty helpful for grown up kids who might not remember how to spell antidisestablishmentarianism (or who maybe never learned to spell it).
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LetterSchool teaches young children all about letters and numbers: writing, counting, phonics and more. They work magic as they write letters and numbers with sparkling candy, squealing tires, cuddly animals and whistling trains. The wide variety of games captures the attention and keeps players practicing their letters and numbers, over and over again.
Experts and parents love the handwriting game because the app offers an original and creative way of teaching children how to write.
Read our full review HERE.
There is something about handwriting apps that gets the staff at Smart Apps for Kids excited! There are so many handwriting apps available, but some truly stand out above the rest. We recently discussed which apps were our favorites for teaching and helping children practice their handwriting. This discussion led to the creation of this list, which was so popular we just updated it with even more great apps! Do you have a favorite app for handwriting? Share in the comments section below.