Endless Alphabet

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Two people recommended I review this app in the same week, so I knew it had to be a good one! Both my four year old and 20 month old love it!

The app features interactive spelling puzzles that come to life with a touch of the finger! Children can learn letters and sounds by clicking and dragging letters to somewhat advanced words like “yodel” and “hilarious”. The activities will illicit a giggle as the letters turn to little monsters as they are moved. In addition, each word is explained in detail with a clever integrated animation.

If I taught primary, I would find a way to integrate this app. At minimum, I’d use it at a vocabulary center. I think pre-readers would benefit from the letter recognition features. Advanced users will appreciate the exposure to vocabulary enrichment words.

One of the best features? It’s FREE! Go grab it!

Comments

  1. Sorry to say, Endless Alphabet is no longer free. It is now a steep $5.99! However, I can’t help but still love it. It is far better than many other apps designed for toddlers/preschoolers. If you’re going to shell out the money on an app anyway, know that you won’t be disappointed with this one. rnSusie

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