Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Every Child Would Love to Learn with Wonster Words! #SP

I can't stress enough how important learning is for a young child.   I read to my 12 month old daughter on a daily basis and I try to always teach her new words.  Even though she can't express to me verbally that she's learning, I know she's retaining the information.  The best thing you can do for your child as a parent is to teach and help them learn as much as possible.

Learning through play is something children enjoy.  It's a lot easier for a child to want to learn when there is play or fun involved.  Wonster Words is a game app that is available for a free download on iOS, Amazon, and Google Play for Android users.  This entertaining game helps kids under the age of five spell new words using phonics, word families, digraphs and more.  Your child will be delighted and excited as they learn more every day.

With fun mini games that offer repeat plays and animations that reinforce the definitions of words in fun way, your child will be learning in no time.  The best part about Wonster Words is that it encourages children to engage and explore without the stress of scoring or quizzing.

Your child can choose from a range of words and have the ability to sound out the words to form the word.

This app is perfect for everyday use to help reinforce learning.  I can guarantee your little one will love when it's Wonster Words time! Overtime they will feel accomplished and proud of themselves.   The app would be perfect to use while they're in preschool and even before too.  There's no such thing as learning too much.  Once they hit kindergarten, they'll excel in the classroom learning environment thanks to Wonster Words. The best part about this app is that it's portable.  Take it on vacation or even to Grandma's house, learning will never stop no matter where you are.

Go ahead and let your child flourish academically today.  You can give all the credit to Wonster Words!

*DISCLOSURE* This is post sponsored by Wonster Words.  All thoughts are strictly my own.  

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