February 14, 2015
Today as I was sifting through Apps Gone Free searching for new deals on educational apps, I came across iTrace. This is one of my favourite app for teaching kids handwriting. The app, which I have featured in multiple posts in the past, is free now. There are also several other similar apps that are ideal for helping kids and toddlers develop handwriting skills and proper letter formation. I have curated some of them in the list below.
iTrace teaches your kids how to write letters, numbers and words. It is meant for 3-7 age group and kids can use it to trace uppercase and lowercase letters and numbers. It also provides print paper worksheets and supports multiple methods of writing letters. iTrace saves the entire history of each child’s progress and offers more than 600 rewards to motivate kids to write.
2- Writing Wizard
Writing Wizard is designed to help every child learn how to trace letters and words through a fun system carefully designed to maintain motivation. The app is fully customizable to suit every child's needs, and lets you check their progress through a system of reports and profiles. You can even add your own word lists !
Play to learn how to write all letters of the alphabet: abc - xyz and the numbers 1-10 with LetterSchool. Kids practice essential skills as they play four exciting games per letter or number.
iWriteWords teaches your child handwriting while playing a fun and entertaining game.Help Mr. Crab collect the numbered balls by dragging him with your finger - and drawing the letter at the same time. Once all the letters in the word are drawn properly, a cute drawing appears.
Slide the letters into the spinning hole and advance to the next level.