Top 3 Apps for kids Learning to Write Alphabet & Numbers 

Simple and useful App but few letters and numbers are for free. Featues: Show and enforce how to trace letters correctly, Fun tracing using 25+ animated stickers, sound effects and interactive games that animate letters at the end of tracing, Uppercase & lowercase letters, numbers and words, 3 Fonts available, Fully customizable to suit every child’s needs (letter size, difficulty,…). Check progress thanks to reports that display what the child has traced, Shapes tracing activity for toddlers.

Does not consume data and most of the App is for free. Highlighted features:

Accompanying images and a choice of colors to paint with, Tracing letters “all ABCs” is separated into easy steps accompanied by bright arrows and unique big green and red circles signing where to begin and where to stop tracing. Short animations to encourage kids to progress further, Large letters and educational  game like elements, Tracing ABC of full screen sized letters for easy writing even on small display. All Capital and lowercase alphabets. Tracing letters correctly is guaranteed by especially developed algorithm. Professional voiceover assistant : alphabet songs, Support for 7 languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and Dutch.

Simple and free App, The game helps your children learn about writing and as a result, also about reading. Using particular exercises, the game teaches children to recognize and memorize the sound and shape of number and letters, working both visually and aurally. The method used for learning letters and numbers involves your child tracing the letters and numbers shown on the screen with their finger several times. This simple exercise, in addition to helping the memory, helps solve the problem of writing letters backwards, particularly with letters such as “S,” “Z,” and “N.” 


King of Math

King of Maths Junior is a mathematics game in a medieval environment where you climb the social ladder by answering maths questions and solving puzzles. Collect stars, get medals and compete against friends and family. King of Maths Junior is suitable for age 6 and up and introduces mathematics in an accessible and inspiring manner. Players are encouraged to think for themselves and see mathematical concepts from different angles by solving problems in many areas. The graphics and interface are simple and tends to get like school book. Not much fun but useful.