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Great Apps to Teach Letters to a Toddler

Great Apps to Teach Letters to a Toddler

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Learning to identify and read letters are the building blocks of reading. You can help your toddler learn the alphabet by using apps. 

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    This app will help teach your child about letters, sounds, and words.
    3.7 Ratings 5K+ Reviews 500K+ Downloads
    Free In App Purchases
    Free In-App Purchases
    $4.99 In-App Purchases

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    • Your children can now learn their letters with ease. This tool contains games, songs, and videos that teach your wards about the 26 letters of the English alphabet. It’s a solution to the challenge of teaching them yourself, an activity that can be tiring.

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    Fun phonics & alphabet tracing game for toddlers, preschool & kindergarten kids!
    4.3 Ratings 74K+ Reviews 10M+ Downloads
    Free
    Free
    Free

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    • Teaching a 3-year-old can be tough. Relying on tech can make things easier. ABC Kids offers a series of tracing games that help toddlers recognize letters. Audio material gives them a chance to connect each symbol with its corresponding sound. In addition, the game is free from annoying third-party ads.

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    Letter tracing & writing is fun for kids with this ABC alphabet tracing game!
    3.8 Ratings 2K+ Reviews 1M+ Downloads
    Free In App Purchases
    Free In-App Purchases

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    • Does your 3-year-old love being on the phone or tablet? Why not give them a fun game that is educational too? This app teaches them how to write their numbers and letters and they probably won't know they're learning.

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    ABC Games for Kids and Schools
    4.0 Ratings 490+ Reviews
    $1.99

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    • When you want your little one to learn how to make the 26 letters of the alphabet, one of the best ways is to make it fun for them. This free app makes it fun and educational and means that they are going to learn during their screen time. Though I don't have any children, I tried it out myself and even the free version has some great features to it, such as tracing, recognition and matching.

Great Apps to Teach Letters to a Toddler