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Alphabet Learning Word Builder - English

by SHARK Intelligence
TV

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Alphabet Learning Word Builder

App Details

Version
1.0
Rating
NA
Size
15Mb
Genre
Word Education
Last updated
October 12, 2016
Release date
October 12, 2016
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*** Paid version for FREE sale!
*** All words and letters are spoken by native speakers of both American and British English.
*** A really fun way to get children to learn - without them knowing!

WOULD YOU LIKE YOUR CHILD TO LEARN LETTERS AND WORDS – WITHOUT REALIZING THEY’RE LEARNING AT ALL? OUR APP CAN DO JUST THAT!

This is no sophisticated learning method. Your children will simply learn while they have fun playing with letters. All children love to play - and they’ll play these games over and over again, until you’ll suddenly realize that your children know letters, can actually spell and even make up whole words – all by themselves – and they’ll never realize they’d been learning as they played!

Variable board sizes help you to adapt the fun to your child’s age

The goal of the game is to compile words on the easy-to-use board by using letters embossed on ancient gold coins called ‘Doubloons’. As each Doubloon jumps out of the treasure chest your child drags it to the correct slot, eventually forming words. Players score points for each completed word. However, to increase the fun, a player’s final score is not only based upon the number of words completed but also the amount of time taken to complete the matches. So, the quicker the better!

Lessons using books are great, but children learn through play far better than they do using other forms. As a parent, the more you can teach through play, the more that your child will retain later on.

YOUR CHILDREN WILL:
* Learn individual letters and their pronunciation;
* Learn how letters make up words;
* Exercise their memory, use patience and refine their motor skills;
* Have fun while learning how to form words and recognize letters;
* Extend their vocabulary.