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Kids Academy is a creator of educational children’s mobile apps. They make apps for young kids to help them learn to read, write and get a jump start on learning.
We love these apps! They are fun, the graphics are eye catching and Abbey was so excited to play new games! I love that it takes learning and makes it into a fun game, so it keeps her attention longer. Being 2.5 is tough sometimes.
We tried the Preschool Kid’s Games & Puzzles. It helps teach the alphabet, letters and numbers. She actually did a really great job tracing the letters and recognizing the characters for each letter. The app lets you practice writing either upper case or lower case letters, and then lets you write them yourself without the help of the guide. It even tracks your progress, and gives you stars based on how well you’ve done, leaving lots of room to improve your skills. You can enter multiple children’s profiles with their names, photos and whether they are right or left handed, and you can track their progress as they use the app.
There is a bit of a learning curve, and I think it would be much easier on an iPad, verses my iPhone, so I will make sure I let my mom know (since she’s got an iPad she lets Abbey play on!).
The apps are available for purchase ($2.99) or as free limited trials in the Apple App Store and the Android Market as well as on Nook, and Amazon as well. For more information, please visit the Official Kids Academy Website.
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