Looking for a fun, free, and simple educational app to help your toddler learn phonics and trace letters of the alphabet? Look no further than ABC Kids. ABC Kids is a free phonics and alphabet teaching app that makes learning fun for children, from toddlers all the way to preschoolers and kindergartners. It features a series of tracing games to help kids recognize letter shapes, associate them with phonic sounds, and put their alphabet knowledge to use in fun matching exercises. Any toddler, kindergartener or preschool age child can learn English and the English alphabet simply by following the arrows with their finger. They can even collect stickers and toys as they complete tracing games! ABC Kids is more than just a kid-friendly educational app, it was designed with adult participation in mind, too. The interface keeps toddlers focused on alphabet reading and writing, tucking menu commands away from moving fingers. Adults can easily access settings to engage Teacher Mode, look at report cards, or toggle tracing and phonics games to better facilitate learning. Best of all, ABC Kids is full-featured and free from in-app purchases and third party advertisements. Toddlers and adults can enjoy learning together without interruption. Features: - A colorful early education app that helps children learn the English alphabet. - Includes ABC tracing games, phonics pairing, letter matching, and more. - Uppercase and lowercase letters to trace, listen to, and match. - Smart interface helps kids focus on phonics and letters without accidentally exiting the game. - No third party ads, no in-app purchases, no tricks. Just pure educational fun! Note to Parents: When creating ABC Kids, we wanted to build the best experience possible for both adults and for children. We're parents ourselves, and we know how paywalls, in-app purchases, and intrusive third party advertisements can detract from the learning experience. With ABC Kids, we put the features of a paid app into a preschool friendly package, leaving out frustrating pop-ups and microtransactions. The end result is exactly the educational experience we want for our children. We think you and your family will enjoy it, too! - Best wishes from the parents at RV AppStudios
My daughter loves this app (and all the others- we’ve got ABC Kids, ABC Spelling, Sight Words, 123 Numbers, and Math Kids)- and I love how she learns with them! I originally had them on my tablet but it died, so I reinstalled them on my phone for her! Only one “downside”- If you could, can you work on an update so the ones with multiple languages are also available in Greek?
It help my sister and brother with there abc
My 2 year old loves this app. He learned the ABCs,colors, and shapes. I can’t believe is free. I tried paying for one and it was so confusing for him to use and lets not mention the adds. We love it please keep up the great job.
I’m pretty picky when it comes to screen time for my toddler. Here’s why this app makes the cut: - educational - my 2 year old is quickly learning to trace letters - no ads!!! - full version is free, not just one or two letters - to close out of a particular activity, the x is faded and you have to click and drag it. This helps my son stick with the activity rather than always being tempted to click the red button and get mad when the game disappears. - requires just the right amount of accuracy - needs to be close but doesn’t have to be exactly in the lines - fun rewards - verbal encouragement (my son quickly started saying “well done”), stickers (very exciting for a 2 year old), and presents (he doesn’t care as much about these but gets excited when it’s a ball or drum or something else he recognizes and likes) - Parents can adjust settings to meet the needs of their child - Activities for different ability levels - some activities are perfect for him right now, others will be perfect for him down the road So far we’ve only tried the ABC app. Looking forward to trying the others.
My little lady loves to access these educational games on her iPad. It’s a great and free (fully free)tool to upkeep all that she has learned and will continue to learn.
My five year old loves this game and is learning so much. Thank you
This app is a sneaky way for the company to market their other apps directly to children. There are a couple buttons which either take a child directly to a paid app, or open Amazon.com directly to their merchandise. Not okay.
UPDATE: the sound & ringer were both on at full volume. I checked all of my phones settings. Too bad the sound issue was never fixed! I just discovered this and thought my kid would love it but It’s soundless on my iPhone 6
This game is a good game, it makes my children want to play and learn. The issue I have with it is when you are playing the game to match up caps and lower letters, the words that are spelled are bad. There word he was matching up was sex! How inappropriate is that? Makes me want to just delete the game. Is this game safe? Or was it just coincidence that is was spelled in that order?! I’m torn because of this issue. What else is spelled when I’m not paying attention?