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Kids ABC Letters - Pre-reading

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Price: $2.99

Rating: 2.80/5 (5 votes)


Let your child make the first step to reading. Learn letters, phonics and words!

Kids ABC Letters - Learn letters, phonics and words, start reading, combine education and fun! Recommended for toddlers and pre-schoolers! Kids ABC Letters is an ANIMATED ALPHABET that INTRODUCES kids to the exciting world of LETTERS & SOUNDS and teaches reading! It makes learning INTERACTIVE and FUN, and engages children in a FASCINATING GAME.

The alphabet is presented for kids through a set of beautiful flash cards. Tap images and blinking areas to see the spelling of the words and to hear the sound each letter makes in a word. Kids ABC Letters is highly interactive. Every time kids tap a letter or an object they can see a cute animated video. This game-like educational process encourages kids to read more by playing.

As a result of using Kids ABC Letters your kids will - learn the letters of the alphabet; - learn the sound each letter makes;- remember the words that start with a corresponding letter;- recognize the way the words are written;- start reading;- have fun!Kids ABC Letters Pre-Reading features your kid will love- interactive mode of learning alphabet;- 100+ amusing animations;- pleasant melodies;- child-friendly colorful graphics;- cute characters with sound accompaniment;- a new instrumental version of their favorite ABC chant;Benefits from using Kids ABC Letters - kids’ fine motor skills develop as they tap the images and letters of the alphabet;- children’s memory improves when kids revise letters;- attention span increases as kids stay concentrated on the task;- kids also learn to associate the way the letters and words are pronounced with the way they get written;- kids start reading!Features appreciated by parents- Parents Area specially designed to monitor kid’s progress;- A variety of melodies in Kids ABC Letters app…

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