How to Choose an ABC Teaching App

Sept. 14, 2014

Have you ever felt lost among educational apps on app stores? No, wonder, there are thousands of apps that claim to serve educational purposes.

We are planning to publish a series of articles that would highlight features an app should have in order to be classified as truly ‘educational’.

Let’s start with ABC teaching apps, as there is a variety of them on the app stores. Ideally, an app that teaches the ABC would have the following:

1. Upper and ...

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How To Get Your Child Into Learning

Sept. 7, 2014

What tricks did you try to get your kid into learning after a long summer break? Did any of them help? If you are still struggling about how to get your kids into the learning mode, you may find some of these tips useful.  

  • Turn learning into a fun activity

Learning becomes easy and natural when children are having fun. There are many ways to do this. Making giant letters with your kid’s favorite food ingredients would help them ...

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Why There are 26 Letters in the Alphabet

Aug. 31, 2014


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How to ‘Learn and Play’ with Each ABC Flash Card

Aug. 24, 2014

This blog post is written mostly for those parents and educators who want to get the most out of each and every Cartoon ABC flash card. ;)

As you remember, when you start the app you can see all flash cards scattered all over the screen in no particular order.This makes you and your kids free to choose which flash card to open and which letter to learn first.

When you tap a picture, the flash card opens displaying an ...

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How to Revise Letters in Town

Aug. 17, 2014

Alright, you and your child have already played all the letters on our Cartoon ABC app and seem to know the favorite ones by heart. But how to revise all other letters in a fun way so that your geek kid could remember them as well. A good idea is to ask a child to spell words. Here’s where you can find them in town:

- Signs with street names, restaurant names, hotel names

- Billboards (digital, painted, inflatable, everything would go ...

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Why ABC has a full name Alphabet

Aug. 10, 2014

Read a fascinating story about alphabet full names and engage your child into the captivating process of learning letters. 

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Parents Area in Our Apps Helps Monitor Kids’ Progress

Aug. 3, 2014

To tell the truth, Parents Area is something we are proud of ! 

We thought it might be of great help to parents to see how many letters their kids learnt and what letters are yet to look at. This is something you can find out from the Progress section.

If you have more than one kid enjoying Cartoon ABC, make sure you’ve activated an appropriate profile on the Kid’s Academy screen. You can do this by simply tapping the ...

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How to Make a Better Use of Smart Devices

July 27, 2014

     In this post you are going to find out how to better use smart phones and tablet computers with your little kids.

One of the first things you need to keep in mind is that neither smart phones nor tablets can substitute parents and real person-to-person interaction. They are better used as an additional way to encourage kids to learn something new. Kids would also benefit more if YOU guide them through their educational process. Make sure you know how ...

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How to Revise Letters on Holiday

July 20, 2014


Holiday time is time off daily routine and homework. This is the time when most families decide to change the scene and to travel. However, as a good parent, you might have second thoughts about how to revise the stuff your children were learning through the whole year.

The best way to revise the alphabet, for example, would be to ask your kid to spell words. Here are some places you can find letters to spell while traveling:

  • Airports ...

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Why We Have Flash Cards with Objects and Animals on the ABC Screen

July 13, 2014

Many of you reading this blog might have already seen or used our Cartoon ABC app. But have you wondered why we have flash cards with objects, animals and food instead of flash cards with letters?

Well, we did it on purpose.

Things like a favorite toy car, a Barbie doll, a slice of watermelon or a neighbors’ cat are among the first things kids experience in their lives. And these words would be among the first to pronounce. Letters ...

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