There's no reason that fun can't be combined with learning and education which is exactly what the First Grade Learning Games app for your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone sets out to prove. This app has been developed specifically for kids ages six through eight who are in the process of learning all the basics of first grade. There is no question about it first grade can be tricky for many kids so why not provide them with a little added help that is delivered in an engaging and entertaining way.
When delivering a lesson to kids one of the best ways to ensure the lesson is not only understood but also enjoyed is to deliver it in a way that is appealing to them. The First Grade Learning Games app strives to do just that by offering a variety of mini games, 10 to be exact, that focus on various subjects that are taught in first grade. Kids will learn about fractions, math, reading, compound words, spelling, and contractions. You may even want to start them with these lessons before they actually begin first grade to act as an introduction. The app can then be used throughout their school year to reinforce content being taught by their teacher.
The app is free to download and from there you can unlock the full content for $2.99. The app was last updated well over a year ago but even still it enjoys a strong four out of five star customer rating. In its last update there were some small bug fixes made to ensure smoother performance. This one requires iOS 5.1 or later to use.
Start learning through a variety of mini games
Launching the Fun
It's time to launch the fun with the First Grade Learning Games app. In the free version users will have access to three of the 10 games, the rest can be unlocked with the in-app purchase. The games are all meant to coincide with the curriculum that is taught in first grade and features animations, bright images, voice narration, engaging music, and sounds that will capture the attention of kids. The games featured are Word Bingo, Patterns, Compound Words, Ordering, Addition and Subtraction, Spelling, Contractions, Verbs/Nouns/Adjectives, Advanced Counting, and Fractions.