Wood Puzzler Complete | ABC’s and Spelling App
Wood Puzzler is a fun approach to learning the alphabet. Kids love puzzles and these have the sound and look of real wooden puzzle pieces. This is a great preschool app for learning motor skills the fun way! On the alphabet puzzler both upper and lower case letters are featured and each is pronounced as it is put in place. Praise is with song when the puzzle is complete. The second game has 26 puzzles and the words for the object are spelled and pronounced. The third puzzle is the magnet spelling board. Kids can freely drag and arrange all the letters and pictures on the screen. This app is presented to us by Little Five Games
This app is a great addition to your kid’s toolbox for life!
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Meet The Developer!
What was the initial inspiration for your app?
My initial inspiration came from my children, 3 year old twin girls Tinsey and Trinket, and my son Ry. They became obsessed with the iPad and started playing many simple children’s games. I noticed that the games they were playing could be much better if they added more educational value like spelling and pronunciation. So I thought the best way to do this was to just make it myself! After months of seriously hard work, and a good friend with great art, it became a reality. My kids loved Wood Puzzler, so of course it passed the test.
What is your favorite aspect of your app?
Wood Puzzler has an alphabet puzzle, 26 picture puzzles, and a simple magnetic board mini-game. Most of the puzzle apps I’ve seen were just a simple picture, cut up and nothing more. So I like that Wood Puzzler spelled and pronounced the words for each puzzle. Its also a great value with all those puzzles in one app. We put a lot of thought into it, and we hope it shows.
Is there anything else you would like to share with our readers?
It’s been a hard journey trying to get this app just right, from learning new programming languages to the constant, almost endless trial and error. It was all worth it if it helps another parent out there looking for the right app for there precious kids. I’d like to share some extra app knowledge I’ve gained: always get involved at first when introducing your kids to new things. If you’re not there to guide them when you download a new app, chances are they will grow tired of it easily. Get involved and show them how to play and learn, and they will get the most out of it. Thanks very much!