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Sep 07, 2021
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Our Letter Tiles app lets you build words, divide words into syllables, and hear the sounds of the phonograms. Just choose your program from the menu (All About Reading or All About Spelling) and select which lesson number you are currently teaching. The appropriate letter tiles for that lesson will appear, making it easy for you to teach and easy for your child to learn. The app contains all the phonograms, suffixes, and word parts taught in the All About Reading and All About Spelling lesson plans. Suitable for all ages and learning styles! Please note: this app does not read words aloud.

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Feb 20, 2018

I bought this app the week it came out and I Love It! It is so nice to be able to work on reading and spelling anywhere. And I love that I don’t have to worry about losing tiles. But I dislike the new update. The letter tiles are now so large it takes up most of my the screen on my iPad mini. It would’ve been better to enable us to adjust the tile size ourselves so that those who need a larger size can have it. Also it is a pain to move from one set of tiles to the next. The labels are so small now next to the tiles that it’s hard to get the right one and if you don’t touch the screen just right it won’t let you slide to the next set.

Feb 01, 2018

My younger son has dyslexia and both AAR/AAS are great for him, but the tiles were such a pain to use, time-consuming, fall off the board. It was a mental chore for me to sit down and do the lessons with him because of the tedious nature of doing it. The app has changed that. We both love our lessons now. I’m even thinking of starting up AAS for my older student again. We love everything about the app. However, there are a few tweaks that would make it more user friendly. 1. Dragging syllable tags is a major pain. At time we can’t get the tags to move into the workspace; 2. It would be sweet if tapping the tiles would move them to the workspace instead of having to drag them. I know we can swipe them up too and that is a quicker way to move them rather than a drag, but tapping would be even better. Thank you for this. It has been a tremendous boon to our school.

Jan 15, 2018

We were very excited over this app and will use it instead of the letter tiles on the board, but it frustrates my 7yr old (and me!) The lesson we tried it on was AAR level 2, lesson 10. It was very challenging to divide the syllables and often took five or more tries. My son even exclaimed “I hate this!” because he was getting so frustrated. Also, I don’t know if you can put divided syllables back together. We ended up giving up because we just could not get it to work. In order to label syllables, you have to slide the screen over to access both syllable tags. That is fine, but unless you slide on a specific blank spot on the bottom, it is difficult to do. This also really frustrated my seven year old and myself as it often took several tries to slide the bottom over to access what we wanted. I believe the app will be excellent for lessons that do not need syllable division. Unfortunately many of the lessons require it.

Apr 17, 2018

As a reading specialist in private practice, my students and I both LOVE this app and its easy to use features - especially the syllable tags and the fact that the tiles are all accessible with one swipe (rather than clicking on separate tabs, as in other apps I own). I have 2 requests for future updates: Is it possible to add an “are you sure?” question after swiping up to delete all tiles? We’ve lost word set-ups mid-lesson due to accidental swipe-ups and it’s a real bummer! Also, I’d love to have the option to be able to “write” on the work space - circle a blend, cross out a silent e, etc. I like when my students can “mark up” their words for a greater understanding of how the sounds work together. Keep up all the great work - I am a huge fan of your programs!!

Jan 15, 2018

I have been hoping for an app like this since we started last year! We do a ton of rv camping half the year, and hauling the magnets with cookie sheets to work on was really not very practical. We also live in a small house with no room for a large white board that can stay out all the time, so the magnets aren't even very practical at home. This app is so well designed. I love that you can click the lesson you are on and see exactly the tiles you need. It feels very intuitive, and I think it will be a great addition to the curriculum.

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About Letter Tiles for Learning

Developed by All About Learning Press, Inc..

Letter Tiles for Learning is ranking in   Education

Last update was at Sep 07, 2021and the current version is 1.2.9.

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Letter Tiles for Learning have a 35a user reviews.

Letter Tiles for Learning was released in the App Store. It is developed by All About Learning Press, Inc., who have also released the following apps.

Letter Tiles for Learning has 35 user reviews.​

Letter Tiles for Learning has an average rating of 4.5. ​The latest version of Letter Tiles for Learning 1.2.9​ ​​was ​released on Sep 07, 2021​.

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