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Moji Moji: Learn the Alphabet

By Mieke VanderBorght, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 3+

Beautiful graphics give letter-learning app a boost.

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The artistic quality is what makes this otherwise simple -- albeit thoughtfully designed -- introduction to letters and letter sounds unique. Moji Moji: Learn the Alphabet doesn't do anything revolutionary with its educational content, though it does do a nice job of covering basic letter sounds. Kids hear each letter's sound several times, and when the animal's name is put together, it's also sounded out very clearly. It's nice that kids must put the letters back in the correct order and that letter pairs that form one whole sound (like the "ea" in bear) act as one unit rather than as separate letters. The tracing activity can help kids experience the letters in multiple ways, though the app isn't very forgiving about accepting sloppy tracing. Though the parent section says it gives updates about kids' progress, that information is limited to seeing the last tracing attempt, which isn't all that informative. Most of all, the aspect that makes Moji Moji: Learn the Alphabet stand out from the thousands of other letter apps is the lovely colorful animals and wild landscapes, which make looking at the app a real pleasure.

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