This app will teach your toddler to read his or her first three-letter words (including MOM and DAD!). We help kids learn by using the Phonemic Awareness method. The app introduces 13 basic phonemes which your child will learn to put together using our Word Machine. We have invented this approach in order to combine effective learning with having heaps of fun! The app also offers 4 captivating games as well as a memorization module that helps your child to learn systematically. At the same time emphasis is placed primarily on parent involvement. Enjoy the first episode of the series!
Now it’s time to learn how to put together the rest of the simplest phonemes. With this app we help kids build dozens of three-letter words - starting with the word ANT and ending with WEB. Our Word Machine becomes even more creative allowing you and your child to make an endless variety of words! Another 4 captivating games and our redesigned memorization module await you. Most importantly, we have included new features that are meant to enhance the parents experience! Check out the second episode of the series!
This interactive storybook will tell you of Pen’s first time to eat out. Learn how Pen finally manages to eat a healthy salad and how he was persuaded. We have combined the plot with a simple task and puzzles that will build kids interest. This has been designed specially for 3-year-old children. We recommend it as a perfect bedtime app that will help you prepare your kids to sleep well!
It is hard to start reading if you don't know the letters! With this app we teach letter shapes, names and sounds! We use the dot-to-dot approach as research has shown that 2-year-olds prefer this to drawing lines. But please keep in mind that, at this early stage, a letter’s sound is more significant than it’s shape. The ability to recognize a letter’s sound plays a key role in the process of learning to read.
Children perceive an uppercase 'A' and a lowercase 'a' as two different letters, not as two versions of one. The aim of this app is to help your child associate uppercase letters with their lowercase counterparts by repeating them in a fun yet systematic way. A child makes this connection primarily on the letter’s sound but also by recognizing it’s two distinct shapes.