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Reader Bee’s First Story Maker

$0.99
iPad
Genres:
  • Education
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Welcome to ReaderBee.com! Unleash your child's inner Story Maker! With Reader Bee, kids’ stories come to life with magic pictures that transform into words and back again with a tap. They will love drawing pictures, too. Reader Bee’s Honeycomb Keyboard lets young children see and write simple words (e.g. cat, hat, sat) with one swipe through the letters, helping them learn to read as well as write.

Kids can browse through dozens of fanciful pictures to inspire their tale-telling and jumpstart their spelling. Once kids drag a picture of an octopus, a strawberry or a violin into the story, tapping the picture changes it magically into the spelled word, 'octopus', 'strawberry' or 'violin'. Even more surprising, type, "c a t" and pop - a cat will appear where that word was! Reader Bee is the most fun kids can have learning to read and write.

The unique Honeycomb keyboard from Reader Bee lets kids swipe through the commonest words in English (the, is, in, it, and...) without picking up their fingers. That's over 20% of the words in a 950M word sample! Kids and grownups can also use the Honeycomb Keyboard, an Apple System Keyboard, in their iPad apps - email, notes, messages and more.

Awards
- Tillywig Award Winner 2015, “Reader Bee's First Story Maker gives children the ability to communicate in writing even if they are just beginning to learn letters and words. It inspires them to explore and enjoy expressing themselves through written stories while building word skills.”

- Family Choice Awards 2015, “Reader Bee’s First Story Maker inspires tale-telling and jumpstarts kids spelling with the first-ever custom iPad keyboard for children called the Honeycomb Keyboard.”

- Mom’s Choice Awards 2015, “Reader Bee's First Story Maker allows children to begin reading by linking sounds, letters, words and stories in a step-by-step process. In this iPad app, stories come to life with magic pictures that transform into words and back again with a tap.”

Companion app for Reader Bee and the Story Tree.