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SOURCE: Reading Eggs
Reading Eggs offers complimentary download of their latest educational game for the iPad
New York, NY (PRWEB) December 11, 2012
Eggy Alphabet supports children in their reading advancement. There are five alphabet games that help teach essential literacy skills and alphabetic knowledge, three concentrate on handwriting games that teach the writing of each letter (through ‘touch and drag’ motion of the iPad) and another two games help develop letter recognition, awareness and letter sound skills. “Our goal was to create a fun app that kept children engaged,” commented Reading Eggs Founder, Matthew Sandblom. “Eggy Alphabet features fun animations and visuals, cute sound effects and catchy music- keeping kids learning for longer.”
Reading Eggs offers a COMPLIMENTARY version of the app, which includes four alphabet games for the first five upper and lower case letters of the alphabet – that’s 40 activities in total – as well as The Letter Game. The upgraded version of the app can be purchased for $2.99. Both apps can be purchased from the apple app store.
For Additional information on Reading Eggs please contact Sarah Main directly at Sarah(dot)Main(at)ReadingEggs(dot)com or 877-661-4898
About Reading Eggs
The Reading Eggs program (ReadingEggs.com) was developed by a highly experienced team of teachers, educational writers, animators and web developers. The Reading Eggs program focuses on a core reading curriculum of skills and strategies essential for sustained reading success and is suitable for children aged 3+ who are learning to read.
Reading Eggs is a division of Blake eLearning, which specializes in creating high quality literacy products for schools and educators throughout the world. Blake eLearning is based in Australia and its educational books are successful in all major English speaking markets. The company is a recognized leader in creating innovative, exciting programs that both teachers and children enjoy using.
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