With its play environment that reflects that of a school and many personalizable components, this game will motivate the child to explore reading and writing exercises in comfort and style.Great app for the job!
by Children Technology Review - Tue Sep 29 2015 00:00:00 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)
Any master preschool teacher that one of the best words to use to unlock the power of reading is a child's firstname. Because it is comprised of letters, syllabes and phonemes, it makes sense to use it to individualize early reading instruction. Here's a great app for the job!Very well done!
by Best Apps for Kids - Wed Oct 07 2015 00:00:00 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)
Name Play is a great free-play app that allows children to practice reading, writing, and recognizing their own name with a variety of fun games and activities. Very well done!Kids’ App of the Week: Name Play by Yahoo
by Yahoo - Fri Oct 30 2015 00:00:00 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)
After you type in your child’s name into Seven Academy’s Name Play, you hand the tablet to them so they can enjoy its 14 easy-to-play activities.
The Pencil Case
The supplies are scattered on the table. The child places the objects labeled with the correct name in the pencil case. The other objects can be dragged into the tray.
The child learns to write their name.
The Video Game
Children may use the portable video game console to try out interesting retro games.
The Hungry Snake
A reimagination of the famous game, Snake!
Discover the timeless invasion game!
The Magnetic Board
Play with magnetic letters!
The Lunch Box
Clean up after lunch!
Place special items in the safe!
Add a Locker
The child can add lockers for their friends.
Hear the clickety clack of the machine as the child types their name.
Skydiving for Letters
Catch the letters in the child's name as the parachuter floats to the ground.
When the light is turned off, the naughty parachuters will paint and dent the child's locker. Tapping them one by one should scare them off.
The child learns to care for their belongings.
The child will experience gravity by playing with the letters in their name in 3D.
The child will discover the importance of sorting their trash.