4 Good Apps to Help Kids Learn Tracing Alphabet Letters and Numbers

Here is a collection of some helpful iPad apps to use with your kids to help them learn how to form letters and enhance their spelling skills.  The apps feature a wide vareity of engaging (and also entertaining) games and activities to assist young learners in tracing letters, words and numbers. With the accompanying visual graphics, bright colours, and cute sounds, kids will definitely have so much fun as they work their way towards mastery of ABC writing. Check them out and share with us if you have other suggestions to add to the list.
1- Little WriterLittle Writer helps your kid learning letter tracing. Some of its main features include the ability to record your own language and add your own words and pictures, access a collection of baisc shapes to use for handwriting, it includes abc upper and lowercase, beautiful graphics and cute sounds and many more.
2- iWriteWordsThis is an entartaining game to teach your kids handwriting. This is how it is played: “Help Mr. Crab collect the numbered balls 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 spinning hole and advance to the next level.”3- LetterSchoolThis is an interesting phonics and alphabet tracing game for kids and preschoolers. It helps kids learn how to write all the letters of the alphabet together with numbers. Some of its features include: upper and lowercase letters, 3 choices of popular typefaces, progress and settings saved for up to  players.4- Writing Wizard for Kids‘Writing Wizard is designed to help every child learn how to trace letters, numbers, and words through a fun system carefully designed to maintain motivation. Some of its features include: 9 available fonts, animated stickers and sounds effects to animate letters at the end of tracing, upper and lowercase letters, shapes tracing activity for toddlers, check progress thanks to reports that display what the child has traced, create PDF worksheets and print them to help your child to write on paper.’

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