Have fun learning:
- All 26 letters of the alphabet and their corresponding sounds.
- 26 different letters with an interactive activity for each.
- Sing-a-long alphabet song.
- Fun surprises around every turn that keep them coming back for more.
- Audio and visual cues that help children associate letters with sounds and words.
- Positive verbal reinforcement for completed tasks. Over 100 lines of dialogue!
- Kid-friendly navigation that makes it easy to return to their favorite letters.
Pick a letter. And unpack the fun.
"A" is for action in the Parents' Choice Award-winning app that uses 26 action verbs to teach children their ABCs. Whether they're "building" robots, "digging" for treasure or "zapping" alien spaceships, they'll have a blast exploring all 26 letters of the alphabet with action-packed games that invite them to look, laugh and learn.
This app is a great way to drive home basic phonics to your preschooler. … Get it! … Well worth the money!
- The iPad Baby
Colorful menus show the entire alphabet at a glance, providing simple navigation for young learners while helping them understand the concept of alphabetical order.
With an activity for every letter, children learn by doing, whether they're "building" a robot or "digging" for buried treasure.
Each time a child taps a letter, they'll hear its name and sound, providing learning through positive repetition.
HOW TO PLAY
Tap any letter to play a fun mini-game.
Easily switch between upper- and lowercase letters.
Play the fun, alphabet sing-a-long video.
Tap here to practice your alphabet.
Follow the directions to complete an activity based on the letter.
Return to the previous letter or advance to the next.
To learn a new letter, hold the button until it says go!
HOW YOU'LL KNOW THEY'RE LEARNING
Repetition and engagement are essential tools for learning at a younger age, making length of play the best indicator that they're learning. The longer they play, the more you can relax, knowing that they're acquiring the essential tools they need for reading, writing and more.
REVIEWS AND WRITE-UPS
"With AlphaTots, your kid will not only learn the alphabet, they will learn it while having
loads of fun."
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"Well thought out and very interactive … AlphaTots™ is an app that will surely captivate your kids."
"Completely perfect for our little guy. He was hooked from the get go. … This would be an asset to any preschooler — it is a wonderful
- Now What Baby?
"This app is a great way to drive home basic phonics to your preschooler. … Get it! … Well worth the money!"
- The iPad Baby
"Spinlight Studio is at it again. … The graphics are fun and engaging, the sounds are clear and crisp, and the learning-to-fun ratio is perfect to keep the attention of little ones."
"It's simplicity is what makes this app adaptable to therapy."
- Play On Words
"You will discover them humming the catchy tune and returning for more giggle-inducing fun, time and time again!"
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"If you're looking to take a break from the flashcard apps then you must give this iPad app a try. … You really can't go wrong.
Well done Spinlight!"
- The iPhone Mom
"We have had this app on our iPad for about a week and a half now and my kids still
can't get enough of it."
"The best thing about AlphaTots is its sense of humor. … Even my 10-year old wanted a go or two with the app. High praise indeed
for an alphabet app."
- Smart Apps for Kids
"This game is a great way for your child to become familiar with the alphabet because it is simple and full of action."
- Social Media Mom
"My son really enjoyed this app. … I am looking forward to see what Spinlight Studio
comes up with next."
- 148 Apps
"An intuitive app with lively colors and great sounds that kids respond to. We know two-year-olds who consistently go to this app and TallyTots. It's a joy to see!"
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"Ingenious … A simple twist on a classic that uses a digital platform to turn it into something fresh and brilliant. … My 4 year old son could not get enough of this app and I could not get over what an original idea this was."