Endless Wordplay can be found in the Education section of the App Store, and it's available completely free of charge for users to download onto their iPhone or iPad. Like most children's games, this app is hefty, taking up 83.1 MB of space, so you'd better clear up some photos and video to accommodate this one!
It's worth the small sacrifice; your child will be immersed quickly into a beautiful world through a colorful, engaging, and distraction-free interface, which resembles a board game, but with a thematic twist.
This app is for kids aged five and under, helping them learn not just the spelling, but also the pronunciation as well as the appropriate context in which to use the word.
This app features three spelling lessons, which consist of a total of 9 words, which come with the free app. Users can choose to purchase the additional lessons at $4.99 per level.
Lessons are presented by one of the most lovable robots since R2D2, cleverly named Alphabot.
Aside from phonetic patterns and spelling reinforcement, Alphabot will teach kids to rhyme words. These rhyming words will turn into beautiful animations which will further help reinforce the meaning and context.
LIke most of the best kids's app available in the App Store, this one does not put any pressure on your child for high scores, nor does it punish for failure. There is no stressful music; the goal is to simply let the child have fun while they learn.
Teaches children how to spell, build words, and create rhymes
Animated rhymes are highly engaging
Beautiful, colorful interface
Three free spelling lessons with additional ones available via in-app purchases
No high scores, failures, limits, or stress
There is nothing negative to say about this app
Word meaning and context
If you live in or babysit at a household with a five year old or under, then Endless Wordplay is a must-have app for your iPhone or iPad. Not only will it be fun for the child, but adults can also enjoy watching their child immersed in the simple yet highly engaging gameplay.
Neha has been writing and editing since 2010 and has been reviewing iOS apps since early 2014. She has lived in four different countries and loves having the world at her fingertips thanks to these awesome apps.