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Writing Apps for Kids

Kindergarten writing apps allow your young scholar to practice writing letters, sight words, and short sentences. Kindergarten is a pivotal year for young writers. Kids learn not only the written alphabet, but also the letters' names and sounds, and how to write them into short words. Advanced students will even write short sentences. These kindergarten writing apps are a great tool for students who are learning the fundamentals of writing. Encourage your student to build early literacy skills with these kindergarten writing apps.Do you have a favorite app for handwriting? Share in the comments section below.
LetraKid PRO - Handwriting ABC

( Android - £3.99 , iPad - £3.99 )

Letra Kid PRO is educational game for kids with ten writing fonts commonly used in schools and it includes the 3 most popular typefaces used in USA, Canada and UK. The app is aimed at children between 4 to 8 years old and is designed to help them to learn pre-cursive and print block handwriting correctly. Using the app will help the child recognise letters, pronunciation and correct letter formation. The game has different levels of difficulty to help children learn in small steps.

iDiary for Kids: journaling platform for writing & drawing

( iPad - £1.49 )

iDiary for Kids is a top-notch first experience in journaling for kids ages 5 to 13 to express themselves; make a photo, drawing, and text scrapbook of their day; and create their first address book. iDiary for Kids is an ideal platform for children ages 5-13 to plunge into journaling. Keeping a journal or a diary helps children improve their writing skills, develop their creativity and boost their self-confidence.

iTrace — handwriting for kids

( iPad - £2.49 )

iTrace doesn’t simply provide letters for kids to trace. Instead, it considers how different kids write. In the parent’s corner, parents can choose from three different letter styles, opt to use cursive letters instead of standard letters, or even turn on left-handed orientation for the lefties using the game. The ability to customize how kids interact with the app helps display its quality and separates it from many of the other letter tracing apps on the market.

iWriteWords Lite

( iPad - Free )

iWriteWords helps to teach kids how to write the letters of the alphabet, numbers up to 20, and simple words using a dot-to-dot approach. It helps if kids already know how to count and read numbers up to 10 in order to play this game.


( iPad - £1.99 )

LetterSchool is a universal app designed for teaching young children the proper handwriting technique in a fun, non-traditional way. This app works very well on either device. LetterSchool is a great tool for teaching young children the proper handwriting technique, but also can be fun for older kids who may need some practice on their technique.

Sentence Builder for iPad

( iPad - £3.99 )

Sentence Builder is designed to help elementary aged children learn how to build grammatically correct sentences. Explicit attention is paid to the connector words that make up over 80% of the English language. Sentence Builder offers a rich and fun environment for improving the grammar of all children.

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