Highly Rated Kindle Fire Word Games and Apps

When is the best time to teach a kid to read? This is one question which has no definite answer. Some parents start teaching their kids to read even before they turn one while other parents prefer to wait till their kids are a bit older. Regardless of what age parents start teaching their children to read, the ultimate goal is for them to learn reading as it is one of the foundations of academic success.

In teaching kids to read, parents can use books, flash cards, visual aids, and even gadgets. Kindle Fire is one of the most popular gadgets among parents because of its many advantages. It is very handy and you can install as many Kindle Fire educational apps in it. But the tough job for parents is in deciding which Kindle Fire education apps to install.

If you are using Kindle Fire as a leaning tool, your kids’ learning experience will largely depend on the Kindle Fire educational apps that you install. And with hundreds of Kindle Fire educational apps available in its app store, it’s really hard to make a choice. To help you, we have come up with a list of highly rated Kindle Fire educational apps.

1. Words for Kids (Games)

Kindle fire games for kidsPrice: $1.24 

Words for Kids is one of the most basic of Kindle Fire educational apps. It helps kids master the commonly used words for kindergarten through third grade. It combines fun and interactive games to help kids learn and retain what they have learned.

Great Features

  • Teaches kids to read and write common English words
  • Helps parents identify problem words through progress report

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Posted by Anndy Lou - July 18, 2012 at 7:52 am

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Top 8 of Math Games and Apps for kindle fire

Mathematics is not a very easy subject for children and adults alike. And for most parents, teaching math to kids proves to be a very challenging task. Thankfully, with the help of modern day gadgets like Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire math apps, teaching math to children and even grownups can now be so much fun and exciting.

Here are the top 8 Kindle Fire math apps which parents can use to teach and enhance their kids’ mathematical skills.

1. Kids Numbers and Math

Kindle Fire Games for kidsPrice: $2.99

Kids Numbers and Math is one of the Kindle Fire math apps that help preschoolers and early elementary school children learn about numbers and master basic arithmetic skills. It has large and easily readable numbers with kid-friendly backgrounds and exciting sounds that will motivate kids to complete each activity.

Special features

  • Teaches children to identify numbers, and to count, compare and match numbers
  • Teaches basic math skills

Buy from Amazon.com:    $2.99

 

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Posted by Anndy Lou - July 14, 2012 at 11:19 am

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Convert Kindle Fire to Baby music box

“Baby Play MusicBox” App will convert your kindle fire to a portable music box toy for kids. It’s provides a world of musical fun that is the perfect size for your little one.

Your baby will hear fun sounds and beautiful melodies simply by tapping the pads.
It offers a unique fun and developing experience for your little one.

Amazon Price: $3.99

App design

This Kindle fire app has sleek design contains:

  • Nine vibrantly colored pads,
  • Easy to press, allows your baby enjoy by hearing musical sounds and pieces as he quickly learns numbers and colors.

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Posted by Mashhour Alharthi - June 2, 2012 at 5:19 pm

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Dora’s kindle fire game and Rhyming Words

This is the second Kindle fire game in the Nickelodeon Literacy Suite, it is focuses on child’s emerging literacy skills. By matching rhyming words and more with Dora and Boots in this educational application.

Child will become aware of individual sounds in words and how they are sequenced and changed to make new words. The ability to hear and manipulate phonemes is associated with reading readiness in early childhood and considered a critical skill for the development of reading skills.

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Posted by Mashhour Alharthi - May 31, 2012 at 9:05 am

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