Children’s app developer L’Escapadou today releases Montessori Crosswords 3.0, an update to their award-winning educational app for iOS devices. Montessori Crosswords helps kids develop their writing, reading and spelling skills by building words from a set of pictures using a phonics-enabled Movable Alphabet and 300 words. Version 3.0 brings innovative ways to deal with phonics and has already been acclaimed by users on the App Store. It is now on the iPad Education Top 10 Best Sellers list.
Tenlin Studios today introduces Licking Letters for iOS, their new game where kids ages two to eight are challenged to spell words by having Hoppy the Frog catch the correct letters using his lightning-fast, long-range tongue. Letters float across the pond where Hoppy rests on a lily pad. Touching the screen causes his tongue to dart out, lick, and swallow any letter overhead until the required word is spelled. Players win Leapin’ Loot coins and play Bonus games between spelling rounds.
My Smart Hands today released My Smart Hands Finger Spelling Game 1.0 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad users. This is a new application that combines the teaching and testing of American Sign Language with a fun game format that helps users practice receptive skills. Users can learn the ASL alphabet before playing the game, which allows for full option settings, including game speed from slow up to expert, multiple choice list or typed answers and three, four or five letter words.
Gtune Studio announces Epeler 1.11,an update to their ultimate spelling challenge game for iOS devices. Epeler is a game that makes minds active thinking about how many words they can form while under pressure of more and more letter blocks filling up their screen. Users can share their high scores on Facebook and invite their friends to play. These features can bring out a nice competition amongst friends seeing who will have the higher scores while testing out their vocabulary knowledge.