App Review: iWriteWords

by Rich on October 17, 2012 · 0 comments

Teaching your children how to write can be easy and fun! Even if you have a few that just won’t sit still for very long, this app is a great tool for kids to practice their handwriting and associate words with pictures.

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Summary: iWriteWords is a simple three-step process that guides your kids from writing a letter to completing a word and then rewarded with a picture to associate with the word they wrote. The simple instructions listed by Giggle-Lab.com are:

“Help Mr. Crab collect the numbers in sequence by dragging him with your finger – and drawing the letter at the same time. Once all the letters in the word are drawn properly, a cute drawing appears. Slide the letters into the rotating hole and advance to the next level.”

Here is a quick video to visually see how the app works for kids:

Price: $2.99 for the full version & FREE for iWriteWords Lite.

Languages: English, Spanish, French, Italian, and German!

IWriteWords has been voted as one of “The Best iPhone Apps for Kids” by The New York Times and one of “The best iPad apps for special needs kids” by The Washington Post. With many great reviews and beneficial features, this is a great app to use while your kids are still in pre-school, so they will have a head start with their education!

 

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