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ABCWordPuzzle (FREE) – Great tool for kids who needs picture support


ABCWordPuzzle  – Love this app.   The unique feature about this word puzzle is the addition of pictures with the words.  This makes it easy for little kids and older special needs kids to not only match the word but can also understand what this word means.  For non-verbal kids who use PECS this will take them to the next level of word recognition and eventually doesn’t have to depend on the pictures.

There are 3 levels to  meet several age levels.

FREE and fun picture word search puzzles designed by the iKidsPad team. This kids puzzle game dynamically generates thousands of word search puzzles at easy, medium, and difficult levels. An interactive spelling game helps kids to spell high frequency words. All puzzles with color fonts and bright pictures.
· A child-friendly and self-explained interface that enables young children to play and learn independently.
· Different levels of words puzzle for kids at different age group or spelling level. Unique pictures and sound effect that is easy for kids to recognize.
· Interactive games that highlight letters and pronounce words when players find a word successfully.
· Game help that shows hints of words when players stuck.
· Help kids build up spelling, concentration, and vocabulary.
· Cheers and scores to encourage kids when they complete a puzzle.

This application is perfect for young children that are in preschool, kindergarten, 1st grade and 2nd grade, or age group 3-10. Players can select games levels to search for easy words like bee, bug, fish, sea, or difficult words like butterfly, dinosaurs, and caterpillar. This is also a great tool for adult ESL learners to learn alphabet letters and common English words.

We at iKidspad are committed to provide high quality early education apps to help our children enjoy learning. We will have more learning games on math, counting, alphabet, and science coming soon!

Categories: Puzzles, Sight Words
  1. July 11, 2011 at 9:12 pm

    My only quibble is that when kids are learning to spell, I prefer to have puzzles that only let them spell words left to right or top to bottom (not even crazy about that, but….). Backwards can just get confusing.

  2. July 11, 2011 at 9:20 pm

    Tell me about it. I have the same problem. But my son learned it quickly with this for some reason. May be all the work that we have been putting in for the last year is paying off 🙂

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