Writing Letters

Developer: Magmentis Ltd.

Current Version: 1.0

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 5.2 MB - Download


Writing Letters

What your child will learn:

* The letters of the alphabet
* The position of letters in the alphabet
* The form of the letters in the alphabet
* The sound of letter names
* The sound of letter phonemes
* How to write the letters

* Includes both US-English and British-English voices.

The eco-friendly alphabet and writing application

A unique touchscreen experience teaching how to write letters
The possibility of practising as many times as your children wish, without the need for new paper or new crayons
Tap-to-count interactive exercises with engaging animations
A product available in four different languages
Full instructions developed by educational experts
The proven quality of a successful product with a long history of use in schools

With a new interface, renewed graphics, this product adapts to your child's developmental needs, improving writing skills whilst teaching how to speak the names and phonemes of letters in a fun and creative way.

The touchscreen experience makes this application a uniquely intuitive and effective learning tool for pre-schoolers, or children that need special assistance.

With a proven track record in schools across the globe in improving basic writing skills, WRITING LETTERS will also help you save money, as it's much cheaper than buying endless paper and crayons. Learners may experiment writing or even cheat and draw anything they wish without the expense of writing materials.

WRITING LETTERS saves you money, saves the planet and will definitely help your learners develop their writing skills all whilst having lots of fun.


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.0
Review by twoprops

worse than useless - We tried this to make writing practice more interesting for my child, who loves the computer. He ended up being frustrated and saying "take this off my computer." It doesn't remember settings. You have to choose the language (US or British English), then go into a settings menu to change the default input method. Every. Time. You. Use. The. Program. (It defaults to trackpad, but he's using a tablet for a more realistic writing experience). He's bright and computer literate, but having to go through the setup process is frustrating even for me (the visual feedback for the settings is poor, and the interface violates basic principles of good HI design). There is no way he would ever use the program on his own, and there are several far more complex programs that he navigates with ease. Even after going through the tedious setup process, the program frequently crashes. The, guess what? You have to repeat the whole setup mess.

Found helpful by 5 out of 6 people