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Description

“A” is for action in the fun app that uses 26 action verbs to help toddlers learn the ABCs. Whether they're "building" robots, "digging" for treasure or "zapping" alien spaceships, they'll have a blast learning all of the letters and their sounds.

"AlphaTots is the gold standard of ABC flash card apps." — USA Today

Features:
• 26 fun preschool puzzles and mini-games that help kids learn the alphabet!
• An engaging alphabet sing-a-long song.
• An interactive alphabet that helps kids recite their ABCs.
• Upper- and lowercase versions of every letter.

Awards & Recognition:
• Featured on NBC's Today Show!
• Parents' Choice Award winner
• Common Sense Media ON for Learning award winner

The entire collection of Spinlight apps are now part of the Little 10 Robot family. AlphaTots Alphabet, TallyTots Counting, Pixel and Parker, Operation Math, Winky Think Logic Puzzles, Billy’s Coin Visits the Zoo, Gappy Learns Reading, Gappy Learns Writing, Geography Drive USA, Swapsies Jobs, Swapsies Sports, YodelOh Math Mountain and more!

Crafted by Little 10 Robot. We believe that smiling is the first step in learning. That’s why we make educational apps loaded with serious fun.

What's New

Version 2.77

AlphaTots Alphabet has joined the Little 10 Robot family!

Ratings and Reviews

5 out of 5

8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Great for my speech students

AnnienRu

This app has been a terrific addition to my speech and language program. As a speech language pathologist working with young children with Autism, I find it very helpful to teach the idea and concept of words having actions and power to make people do things. Use of verbs is very limited in students with autism and having an app that allows them to learn verbs in an alphabet format is fantastic. I have had several non verbal students learn to request action from me because the want to "build robot" or "add candles" your use of a question of Can you? Before they perform the action has help me build longer responses such as Yes, I can build the Robot. Followed by "You did it." Allows me to ask What did you do? This gives the student the opportunity to state the verb in past tense. I built the robot. When they want to do it again, they can work on I want to build a robot. I have recommended it to many of my students' parents. I would love to see an option under each letter to choose between two different things to perform the action on, such as build car versus build robot so that my students would be really motivated to request by using an action word. Thanks you, Ruth Jarvis

Great concept wrong context

Mommyof2QTPi

While the idea of getting kids involved in learning, the vocab represented by each letter are mostly verbs. My 2 yo is slowly grasping his ABCs and learning phonics and he questions why the C card has balloons as he can't seem to picture that C is for "cut". He knows what cutting is. If there were scissors, he would understand better. Another example will be the F card. It asks to "fix the bicycle". We can't see fix and my 4yo (who is already familiar with alphabets and phonics) asked if the narrator meant to say "assemble". Similarly, my 2 yo can't understand why J has a train running on a track. While it is easy for an adult to comprehend, a young kid learning his ABCs may require extra explanation how the word fits into the context as he doesn't automatically see it. Perhaps revise the vocab or emphasize important details like joining the track vs details on the train chugging through. Have a scissors to cut balloon strings with, and fix one part of a bicycle like the flat tyre only. I really regretted my purchase.

Great app for my 2-year old

Cincinnati Karen

This app is very age appropriate for my two-year-old who knows his ABC's. Upon choosing a letter, the game gives you its pronounciation and sound and then leads the user into a game associated with that letter. For example, M shows three glasses, 1 yellow, 1 blue, and one empty. You need to "lift" each glass to "pour" it into the empty glass ("Mix"). The game then tells you that yellow and blue make green. My 2-year-old son figured out how to play each letter's game on his own after one time with me. It is by far his favorite app on our iPad2. My 4-year-old is interested and likes to play but there is no challenge for her skill/content-wise. This game is worth a $1.99 download.

Information

Seller
Little 10 Robot, LLC
Size
45 MB
Category
Education
Compatibility
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Languages
English
Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© Little 10 Robot, LLC
Price
$2.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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