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Teach young learners (ages 3-8) the uppercase and lowercase letters of the alphabet with this simple and clever matching system!
Developed for your iPad, this easy game will teach and reinforce the uppercase and lowercase letters of the alphabet. Game play is based on the popular pocket charts used in classrooms around the world. Uppercase and Lowercase Letter Matching requires 3-5 minutes for a young learner to complete, making this iPad app ideal for students with short attention spans or those requiring highly visual or tactile learning experiences. Additionally, the activities have been uniquely designed to lock and play only in the portrait mode to simplify game play and eliminate an orientation switch if young learners jostle the iPad while playing.
Good Neighbor Press has specialized in the development, illustration, design, and production of educational material since 1991. High quality, developmentally-appropriate educational material with clean, charming instructional design is our specialty. For additional information on our activity book series, downloadable worksheet units, or student planners please visit www.hellopress.net.
Look for Beginning Letter Sounds and Long and Short Vowel Sounds in the App Store today!
Good Neighbor Press, Inc. is a member of Moms with Apps, a collaborative group of family-friendly developers seeking to promote quality apps for kids and families.
Recommended Ages: 1-3, 4-7
Categories: Early Learning, Matching, Letters, Reading, Spelling
"A Must Buy! All these apps are terrific. I currently use them with my six year old, and he loves them! This is just the right tool for any homeschooler learning the basic phonics, and recognition of letters and numbers. The graphics and encouraging sounds along with the charming animations cater to what appeal to all little ones; making this one of those must have apps for any parent who wants to supplement or reenforce their child's education."
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