Alphabet Room: Toddlers' first letters and words

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Alphabet Room: Toddlers' first letters and words

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Apple Games 1.1 October 11, 2016 0.0

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Version 1.1 released on October 11, 2016
We continuously make improvements and fixes for our educative apps. In this update we: - Added Parental Gate protection for the settings screen to prevent kids from accessing it by accident. - Fixed a small bug in the main screen.

Version 1.0 released on October 09, 2016

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App Description

This app was designed by education specialists and reviewed by pedagogues to offer a simple, funny yet effective alphabet and words teaching tool for toddlers. This app helps kids learn to read, write and distinguish English letters. - Easy to use Menu and simple audio instructions. - Perfect for kids from around the word who are either native or non native English speakers. - Memory cards game to help visual recognition and distinction between letters. - The letter tree game to help kids sort letters and differentiate them. - The coloring game allows kids to learn how to write letters in different forms. - A funny balloon game enhances visual and auditive recognition of letters. A great and funny set of educational activities, recommended for kids from kindergarten to primary school.

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