Teach your child to recognize all of the letters of the alphabet with this introductory letter game for preschoolers! A number of different letters will appear on the screen, while, at the same time, only one will be spoken – the child needs to recognize which letter was spoken and press it on the screen. Encourage them to repeat the letter so they can practice pronunciation and memorization. Once your kid learns their native alphabet, it’s time to move on to a second language – it’s the easiest way to start them on the road to multilingualism!
It’s time for the next step in our alphabet learning game. While knowing all the individual letters is impressive, especially for a preschooler, it’s important to know that the letters form a sequence known as the alphabet.
Help your child develop fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination with the last of our preschool letter games. At the same time, they will learn the shapes associated with specific letters, which will encourage them to pick up a pencil and write them down for the first time!
Welcome To Zoolingo’s Fun With Alphabets – App for Toddlers!
That’s right – not just one alphabet, but more of them! In fact, this alphabet app for kids is available in 12 languages, which means that your child can spend countless hours learning the letters in any language they like. There’s no better way to introduce a second language at such an early age.
Letters are building blocks of communication and teaching toddlers to read is an excellent way for you to bond with them while imparting a skill they will use for the rest of their life. Even educators turn to ABC apps for kids in order to get a better response and more engagement. Zoolingo’s alphabet app is especially useful if you don’t speak a foreign language, but you want to encourage and grow the love for languages in your child.
Ultimately, the goal is to prepare your child for preschool and have them reading as soon as possible. This has numerous developmental benefits your child will continue reaping well into their future:
Early reading improves oral communication skills – these, in turn, allow children to freely express themselves, to ask probing questions, and to nurture their curiosity. Such children are ideally set up for early academic success.