Parents' Guide to

Interactive Alphabet

By Jenny Bristol, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 3+

Kids learn letters and sounds through interactive play.

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Playing with Interactive Alphabet is an entertaining and clever way to learn the alphabet and the sounds letters make. Each screen has a fun activity, allowing interaction with an object that starts with that particular letter. Some screens provide more than one thing to do, and some will hold kids' interest longer, such as drawing on the "Qq is for Quill" page and playing the instrument on the "Xx is for Xylophone" page. Tapping the words will cause them to be read again. The attention to detail in this game is great, and all the artwork and animation is playful and colorful.

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