Alphabet Photo Machine
By Peekaboo Studios LLC
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The Alphabet Photo Machine is designed to keep your children engaged, happy, and educated. Scroll through the ABCs and learn different words that start with each letter. Cute drawings and beautiful photos illustrate each word.
Alphabet Photo Machine is toddler-tested and approved, and designed especially for little fingers. The app is ideal for toddlers and great for children up to five or six years old.
Alphabet Photo Machine will help your child:
✓ get confident with their alphabet
✓ learn over 60 early sight words
✓ develop fine motor skills
✓ start to read by identifying a word's first letter
✓ visualize the meaning of words through several unique photo illustrations
While they play, they'll have fun exploring through over 333 photos including cats, dogs, cars, elephants, eyes, flowers, guitars, kites, volcanoes, and alligators. The exploratory nature of the app doesn't force learning in a set order from A to Z, but instead allows children to choose the photos they want to see at any given time.
Look at photos of Alligators, Ants, Apples, Bears, Bees, Bicycles, Birds, Cars, Cats, Chairs, Cherries, Chickens, Cows, Dogs, Ducks, Elephants, Eyes, Fish, Flowers, Frogs, Giraffes, Girls, Grapes, Guitars, Hands, Hippos, Horses, Iguanas, Jeans, Jellyfish, Kites, Leaves, Lemons, Limes, Money, Monkeys, Noses, Onions, Oranges, Ostriches, Owls, Peaches, Pineapples, Quail, Rabbits, Roses, Snakes, Squirrels, Strawberries, the Sun, Tomatoes, Trees, Turtles, Umbrellas, Violins, Volcanoes, Water, Watermelons, Xylophones, Yarn, Yo-Yo's, and Zebras.
Best of all, future updates will be 100% free! When we add new words or features, you'll get them. FREE.
"The app held Andrew's (my two year old) attention for quite a while, he loved the fact he could change the picture to suit himself." - Rated G for Geek review
"For kids to be able to look at real pictures of the words they are learning, it really makes it fun for them." - Mrs. Ferguson, preschool teacher
"I'm gonna look at the monkeys again. J, K, L, M. Monkey!" - Jasmin, age 5
All the goods:
- Simple straightforward design for kids to play around with
- Over 333 engaging photos with more to come in future updates
- Each of the 60+ sight words are photo illustrated and read aloud
- Children can enjoy soothing background music as they practice early literacy skills and get ready to read
- Our kids love it, the kids in our neighborhood love it, we hope you enjoy!
- Check out a video of the app at: http://bit.ly/AlphabetKid
We love to hear from you!
Let us know how your children use the Alphabet Photo Machine and what you'd like to see us do next. Post a review or leave feedback on 965studios.com
* PHOTO CONTEST *
Send YOUR photos to email@example.com for a chance to have your photo and name featured in the Alphabet Photo Machine in an upcoming update
keywords: preK, preschool, kindergarten, kid, letters, flashcards, sight words, learn, learning, education, fun, pictures, animals, fruit, food, boys, girls
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Recommended Ages: 1-3, 4-7
Categories: Early Learning, Letters, Reading, Sight Words
What's New in Version 1.1
No issues with OS 4 or any devices.
This is my favorite app for teaching abc. The multiple examples associated with each letter, the multiple exemplars for the vocabulary, ability to change between upper and lower case, the quality of images and voice used makes it the best available for all learners. Thanks for doing such a nice job, Sue Drouin M.S., CCC-SLP
Great learning tool
My 2 year old granddaughter uses my IPad, selects her book and practices her alphabets throughout the day. This helps develop the responsibility for learning at an early age and develops her capacity to learn, learn to read and finally read to learn. These are the fundamentals of learning.
Pick better examples for letters
Some of the pictures you have chosen are bad example or non examples.
C does no make the CH sound. Cherries should not be part of that group.
O: owl and onion may both begin with that letter but neither actually makes the long or short o sound. They are poor examples for beginners.
- Category: Games
- Updated: Jul 05, 2010
- Version: 1.1
- Size: 44.3 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Peekaboo Studios LLC
- © 2010 965 Studios
Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.1.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.