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Sunday, April 21, 2013

Writing Prompt Apps for Kids

A+ Writing Prompts

This app is for iPad or iPhones users. There is no in-app purchase and is at a discounted price of $4.99. With in-app purchases, even though you may purchase a free app, there may be other items within the app that you will need to purchase in order to play them. When you child is playing with your iPad, in your settings you block all in-app purchases or set in airplane mode while they are playing. Usually if an app is downloaded it will required your id to be entered. This is good in the event your child attempts to download an app on their own without your permission.

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Little Writer - The Tracing App for Kids

This app is good for children to help them develop the right size of the letters. They can trace over the letters which can help direct them to the directions of the letters. The app includes letters, shapes, and words. It is customized to adapt to your individual child’s needs. I think it is great because if you have seen some of the first letter wiring of children, you know some or many of the letters may be illegible. It definitely does improve their motor skills which is another good thing.

Daily Sentencing Editing

This app can be purchased at ITunes and it is available for Grades 1-6. This app developed by teachers will help with grammar usage and spelling. With just a click they will see errors and corrects answers.

Scribble Press

This app is ideal for those young writers that want to write stories. There are over 50 templates, and 500 drawing tools, they can instantly publish to an e-gallery or send to anyone anywhere in the world. This app can be purchased at iTunes. Your kids become the author, editors, and illustrators of their own books that they create.

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  A+ Writing Prompts


Little Writer - The Tracing App for Kids


Daily Sentence Editing


Scribble Press



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