* Full ABC
* All Alphabets includes letters A to Z and is fully-featured.
* Real sound and human pronunciations
Let your kids learn English Alphabets in an easier way by relating each Alphabet with an object. Sounds interesting right? :) :)
We are very thankful to our customers for great feedback on our app. Some of them here..
*****I''m SARVIN ABC alphabet is very excellent so easy for study kids
*****Perfect Learning tool… ABC for kids is simple to understand, yet fun enough to keep small children entertained. Great way to get them to learn without realizing that they are learning something new. Great graphics, attractive pictures, real sound and clear pronunciations!!! Highly recommended!!!
****Nice pronunciation of the word! It''s a keeper. I like the voice that is used. It''s clear, easy to understand, pronounces correctly and is a good speed. Would give it 5 stars if the letters were larger next to the pictures and had better positioning.
*****Good Very simple way to learn abcd.
*****This application very helpful for my little daughter.
*****LUV THIS FOR KIDS, , THANK YOU SO MUCH
Teach your children to write the letters of the alphabet while having fun!
“ABC for Kids” is an educational game
Human voice for Alphabets
Image of each Alphabet
On touch you can listen to sounds again
Slideshow is Available where you can sit back and watch your kid learn
Social Media Integration
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Preschool aged children learn the alphabet letter names and letter recognition, and will practice finding letters in context.
This simple educational game teaches children the alphabet letters to recognize words as they appear. As a result, preschoolers learn the letters of the words are made of.
At this age, should be enjoyed learning about letters and numbers. Workbooks can be a lot of time when your child goes to school.When spending time together, letters and numbers when you look at them and point out additional learning and encourage curiosity.