Why we love this app
Endless Alphabet is a fantastic app that teaches letter names, letter sounds, and most importantly new words! Children will explore the alphabet and learn new words in the process. This colorful, fun and simple app is perfect for early elementary school students. Not only is Endless Alphabet delightfully engaging, children will walk away with new words that they’re sure to add to their vocabulary.
What it teaches and how it works
Children are given words like cooperate, journey, quarrel, and yodel and asked to arrange the letters in each word. The letters for the word appear on the edges of the screen and as the user drags them into place they hear the letter sound. Each word is spelled out faintly at the center of the screen and as each letter locks into place the letter name is given. Once the word is spelled out animated characters act out the meaning of the word.
Why your kid won't be able to put it down
Early elementary students will love this app! Not only is Endless Alphabet simple and easy to use, the colorful, almost silly animations will keep your children engaged. The drag and drop feature is perfect for kids learning to use an iPad and this app has a very low frustration level. I’m sure their favorite part will be watching the animated characters demonstrate the meaning of each word, and you’ll be happy that they have to spell their way there.
|appoLearning Report Card||
|Features specific educational objectives|
|Fosters critical thinking|
|Adapts to kids' skill level|
|Intellectually stimulating for children|
|Instructions are clear and simple|
|Well-suited to age group|
|Assesses progress and proficiency|
|Parents and teachers can assess progress|
|Features and Design|
|Unique in its concept, design and approach|
|Engaging design and repeatable content|
|Excellent value for price|
|Doesn't require additional in-app spending|
|Safety and Privacy|
|Doesn't expose kids to external services or advertisers|
|Doesn't ask for personal data|
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