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My 2.5yr old is recognizing letters when out and about, saying their names and the sound they make. That is entirely thanks to this brilliant game. The letters are stylized as wacky monsters that speak their sounds as you drag them into place. Then the friendly narrator speaks the letter’s name. When playing, I added a rule that my kid has to say the name of the letter every time, to reinforce the learning. After he spells the entire word, he’s treated with a delightful animation. There are tons of words! I really can’t say enough good things about this app. I’ve researched and downloaded all the top rated learning apps. Some are really good. This one is by far the best. Thanks for making it. I can’t wait to check out your other apps!
Love this app because my 2yo loves it. We successfully taught him the alphabet over 2 weeks when he was about 20 months old using an alphabet book but then he became very resistant to practicing letters. This was the fourth alphabet app I downloaded (and the 3rd or 4th different modality tried) and it’s worked like a charm! He now asks for the alphabet game as opposed to throwing the phone or book or flash card or paper in defiance. I’m very grateful. Can’t recommend it enough. Genuinely seems to make learning the alphabet fun.
I love these apps. I had one I paid for by the same company for the alphabet that was fantastic. They no longer support it so I bought this one. Not an equal trade. Kids learning the alphabet are not the same kids that need to learn super long words. For 8.99 The creators need to make options for you to tailor to your child’s age. To be able to only have the alphabet and not only words since it is called Endless Alphabet. And for the love of Pete to be able to use lower case letters. Kids need practice on lower case way more than uppercase letters. As a preschool teacher I’m pretty disappointed by the missed opportunities for this app for the price.
This app could be soooo amazing and I would even pay a little more for it if they would just update it a bit. First off, the letter sounds aren’t totally accurate like the letter F for example sounding like “Fah” instead of just an F. Second, I like with the Spanish Alphabet app they have how you can set it so the letters have to be placed in order. On this app there’s no setting adjustments. Third, they could really make it possible to tailor this to your child’s age and it could be very educational instead of just a fun app I let my daughter play with every now and then. Definitely not a positive teaching tool but I would say it’s a fun teaching enforcer to an extent.
This app is overpriced for what it is. I appreciate that it is easy to use and my 2 year old likes it, but for $9 I expected more. I agree with another reviewer, it would be better if you could tailor to your child’s age. I am really working on getting my child to know her letters and although this may help her recognize them I don’t think it’s really going to help her learn that an A is an A, etc. It would be great if there was also a mode where they had to ‘Find’ the letter or something like that. Overall, there’s nothing wrong with the app, it should just be half the price for what it is.
Developed by the Originator Inc..
Endless Alphabet has 418 user reviews.
Endless Alphabet has an average rating of 4.7.
The latest version of Endless Alphabet (3.7) was released on Nov 15, 2017.
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** 2013 App of the Year Runner-Up **
** App Store's Editor's Choice **
*From the team at Originator - the creators of Sesame Street's Monster at the End of This Book, and Another Monster
at the End of This Book. Originator is a team of passionate artists and engineers dedicated to the best education+entertainment apps for kids. We hope you enjoy playing with Endless Alphabet as much as we enjoy making it.*
Set the stage for reading success with this delightfully interactive educational app. Kids will have a blast learning their ABC's and building vocabulary with the adorable monsters in Endless Alphabet. Each word features an interactive puzzle game with talking letters and a short animation illustrating the definition. Before you know it, your child will be using words like gargantuan and cooperate!
**NOTE: You must be online and have ample disk space the first time you run the app so that all words are downloaded and can be played. **
- 100 words to learn and play with.
- Delightful animations teach children the definitions of the words in a fun and engaging way.
- Word game teaches children letters.
- 3D Touch on iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus makes letters and words react in an extra special way!
- Endless Alphabet was designed with your children in mind - there are no high scores, failures, limits or stress. Your children can interact with the app at their own pace.
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