Bottom Line: An alphabet app that has some strong features, including several different games. Write letters and solve simple puzzles while learning the letter names. However, the app does not teach the corresponding sound nor are there objects associated with each letter. For $2.99, I expect a little more for an app in a crowded alphabet field.
Bottom Line: Kids get to learn letter sounds, spelling and word families by using ghost-themed letters to spell words and reveal fun animations. These animated and lovable monsters (Wonsters) put the words in useful context and help provide definitions. A lot is included with the free download and more letter families and games are available for purchase.
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Bottom Line: An app with tales just for kids! Designed for kids from 3-7, these stories are really fun for parents, too. Each story has a free chapter to try, with full content available with an in-app purchase. They are written and narrated with excellence, and are a great way to share a story at bedtime, in the car, or any other time just for fun.