Endless Alphabet is one of the more curious apps I’ve come across. It’s incredibly popular and for good reason. I originally downloaded it with the intention of having it ready on my iPad when my 3 year-old nephew came over to visit, but I found myself playing with it more than he did.
Endless Alphabet uses cute animations of little monsters doing unusual things to teach the users the alphabet and a strange selection of vocabulary words to go along with it.
Teach your kids their ABCs through crazy vocabulary and cute monsters with Endless Alphabet (Tweet This!)
Maybe today’s generation is learning at a faster clip than mine, and I’m not normally in the K-12 realm, so some of you would know better, but I feel like some of the words like “gargantuan” and “famine” weren’t on my radar at least until I entered High School. Still, I can’t say I wouldn’t be delighted to hear a kid talking about a “lopsided contraption” at the next birthday party I go to.
If your class has a “free play” section and some kids who run to the iPad, you’d be doing them a favor having this installed on your devices.
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