Appleâ€™s touch devices are essential back to school gadgets that are common in classrooms to dorm rooms. Along with the predominance of gadgets, the power of Apple also prevails in the form of various educational apps. Word Wizard is one of such skill building iPhone apps for kids that aids in alphabets and spelling. Word Wizard iPhone app is an ideal solution for parents and teachers who are looking forward to utilizing iPhone apps as educational tools. This iPhone educational app is a moveable alphabets and talking app to assist them in learning words and master spellings with its focus on phonics, alphabets and spelling of words. Integrated with the text-to-speech technology, Word Wizard app works very well as the old Texas Instrument toy did earlier. The app creates a technology-based virtual classroom for your children to take training on alphabets and words on their own.
Features of Word Wizard iPhone App
The Word Wizard iPhone application is developed with a voice translator to shout aloud and utter alphabets, phonetic sounds of alphabets, and words. The app works in two modes that are Spelling Quiz and Moveable Alphabet.
Moveable Alphabet mode
Moveable Alphabet Mode presents a tray of letters in front of children that they need to drag to the upper screen and to create words or form simple sentences. This mode aims at giving lessons in letter recognition, formation of words, develop simple reading skills etc.
Spelling Quiz Mode
Spelling Quiz Mode provides with opportunities to test the skill what they grasped in the Moveable Alphabet Mode. The Spelling Quiz mode consists of quizzes on spellings that kids need to select from the lists of grade-level words, Dolch words, or custom lists which can be created by parents or teachers.
Word Wizard iPhone app is designed by keeping the resolutions and built of both iPhone and iPad. Hence, whether you own an iPad, iPod touch or iPhone, any of your iOS based handheld devices can run Word Widget app.Â The app has ample flexibilities for customization and ease of use. Though the app is perfect for kids of primary grades, at times, kids may need to need helping hand from teachers or parents to place letters in consecutive grid squares or place those freely aligned depending on the selected settings.