Squeebles Spelling Reviews
Description:Developer: Key Stage Fun
Newest Review: ... however the value of the app is the fact that you can go into the parents' zone and enter the spellings you want yourself and ... more
Customer Squeebles Spelling Reviews (1)
by - written on 23/10/12, updated on 23/10/12 (Very useful, 84 readings)
Every parent of primary school children will know what a chore the weekly spelling test can be. It's sometimes not easy to persuade children to sit down and look/cover/spell the old fashioned way, so this app which allows you, the parent, to make learning a list of words fun is a great addition to our collection. It costs £1.49 on iPad and iPhone (not currently available on android, but other apps for KS2 from this developer are), and has definitely increased enthusiasm at learning spellings in the time that we have been using it - the 6 year old has a 100% correct score this term, thanks in part to this app. Squeebles words features brightly coloured ... Read the complete review
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