First Words

First Words

By WissApp

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First Words is an app that teaches letters and words in enjoyable and interactive way. First Words may be very easy and fun to use. It helps kids studying and encourages youngsters to discover and uncover by clear suprising visible suggestions.

What is also great about First Words is that's a lot enjoyable to play together together with your pre-reading kid.

Although made for pre-readers it was quickly discovered by children who can learn already as a enjoyable app too.

Kids simply scroll the letters and playfully mix the letters to phrases. Each stage has a selection of phrases associated with that stage. When the right letters are mixed and type a phrase from the word list or vocabulary then a visible and auditory suggestions will point out that a phrase is discovered. Great!

The recreation incorporates over one hundred fifty pictures of the phrases this manner steadily the letters and word are acknowledged increasingly.. A kind of learning by visual imprint. But actually it is just fun!

Often it's attainable to combine much more appropriate words may be combined by the given letters. Although a large vocabulary of words is included, and may be chosen, a limited selection of words works superb for early readers. In this paid model of the app parents can add words to the vocabulary, or mark particular words as not-to-respond-to. As a mother or father, you probably can determine the way you go together with this.

Two game modes Discover and Search.

In the Discover play mode the aim is to combine as many phrases from the given letters. A lot of words the corresponding the image of the word will seem.

In the Search play mode an image is shown. The objective is to combine the letters that make the phrase for this image. This could also be fairly a challenge for some early reader. But then the success is sooo significantly better.

Tip : Play it tranquil . Now this a game the place speed doesn’t matter.

Enjoy :)

No ads!

No in-app payments!

No (personal) information stored or used at all

This children app is geared toward toddler youngsters who're starting to play, read and write short phrases (only a few letters) recognizing the symbols of letters and phonics. First Words is an academic app.

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