The sequel to Letter Writer Oceans is finally here - blast off into space while learning to draw your lower case letters.
Why should learning to write your ABC's be boring? Use the radio telescopes to choose a letter, and then practice writing the letter using guided strokes against an animated backdrop unique to each letter. See celestial gasses collapsing on a quasar as you draw a "Q", or follow along with a streaming comet as you draw a "C".
Letter Writer Space doesn't just display the letter and leave your child to randomly draw on the screen. Instead, it prompts your child with the correct stroke orders in sequence, reinforcing the stroke motion both before and after they make it. Their companion in this is the space shuttle, which flies to the start of the stroke, and follows their finger along. When the stroke is completed, they get instant feedback, and earn a star each time they finish a letter.
When your child earns the fourth star for a letter, they unlock the info panel, which reads aloud some interesting facts about the elements in the background, celebrating the wonder of astronomy and the mind-boggling vastness of space.
- Created by parents and educators. - Contains exercises for all 26 lower case letters, each with its own unique animated backdrop. - Great for kids learning to write - pre-K through kindergarten. - Younger kids can enjoy it as an interactive ABC's storybook.
What's new in version 1.0
ReleaseMarch 24, 2010
Date AddedMarch 24, 2010
Additional RequirementsCompatible with iPhone and iPod touch., Requires iPhone OS 3.0 or later., iTunes account required