Saturday, August 10, 2013

Fun English - early learning or ESL learning app

Fun English Language Learning Games for Kids aged 3-10 by Studycat. Toddlers, kindergarten and preschool children learn English through play activities

Covering topics such as colors, sea animals, the body and numbers, this app provides a range of learning activities in each topic to learn and reinforce early concepts. Developed by a teacher, after years of experience teaching English to people of Non-English Speaking Backgrounds (NESB), this app would be great for children who are learning English as a Second Language (ESL).

The first topic, Colors, is free and includes 6 activities. Other topics are available as in-app purchases and the app is also available for download from Amazon and Google Play.
If you would like to download Fun English (Free, iPad/iPhone), please support Smart Apps for Special Needs by using our link:



In-app purchases for more lessons
External links to social media and other apps by Studycat
What's free: lessons on colours
What's not free: lessons on animals, numbers, food, vehicles, the body, fruits, clothes, the house, sea animals.

From iTunes:
"Fun English combines a structured English language course with engaging and entertaining games. Our language learning activities keep your child entertained and occupied whilst introducing them to English words, sentences, speaking and spelling.


Our English language course is divided into lessons.Each English lesson teaches core vocabulary and presents words in several contexts to assist learning and retention.

Fun English uses male and female voices with both American and English accents.The voices use different tones and expressions so that learners can pick up on the subtleties of pronunciation.

Each game is unique, meaning your child will enjoy playing, and learn more of the English language."

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Cas learned more about English grammar while studying a foreign language in high school than she ever did during English lessons.

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