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From P.C. Stoecklin and Associates:
Intended AudienceMatch Alphabet Free is intended for your youngest toddler to learn their alphabet. It exposes the youngster to both small and capital letters and includes pictures of words beginning with those sounds. More advanced toddlers also enjoy the game. The GameMatch Alphabet provides a sample of an entertaining learning experience with lively audios and animated graphics. When the game begins, the capital letter A is presented on the left side of the screen along with four small letters on the right side. When the youngster recognizes the small letter on the right associated with the capital letter on the left, they use their fingers to draw a line from the capital letter to the small letter. Matching each capital letter to its corresponding small letter is often overlooked delaying total understanding of the alphabet. If a correct match is chosen, the youngster is rewarded with first a static image of an objects followed by a whimsical animation of another object that begins with that letter. If a incorrect match is chosen, the youngster is gently encouraged to try again while the incorrect matched letter is eliminated from the choices. The youngster can move to the next letter or the previous letter or replay the animation of the current letter. In he free demonstration version, capital and small letters of A, B, C, D are used. The full version contains all 52 symbols and multiple word examples for each letter. Learning concepts ..Letter recognition (upper and lower case)..Alphabet order..Matching upper and lower case letters..Phonemic awareness of beginning sounds..Keyboard skills.. Finger DexterityBenefitsMatch Alphabet Free is one of the apps for the youngest toddler to learn their alphabet and recognition of the alphabet symbols (upper and lower case). It has been toddler tested toinsure that the design is suited for very young fingers. This educational game holds your childs attention while learning the alphabet symbols. In addition it improves motor skills and sharpens memory. Both toddlers and young children are eager to play the game over and over. Expect to hear laughs and giggles.