Little Writer - The Tracing App for Kids

Thursday, July 12, 2012

Just stopping in to share a new app with you! 
My summer readiness students are in love with this adorable app!

The students have to trace the letters, number, shapes, or words by tapping and dragging the tractor, animal, or main object to the smaller objects that it would collect. It has catchy music and the kiddos adore this app!

I love it because you can turn individual items ON or OFF and introduce one letter at a time based on the students' skills. 


S said...

You are just FABULOUS for organising this! :)

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Dani Patterson said...

I am super excited! Thanks Jessica! This is amazing! :)
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Lisa R. said...

I am so excited about this swap! I don't know how you do it all. Thanks for all of your hard work & organization with this. :)
Learning Is Something to Treasure

Kerri Buckner said...

Wow! It took a lot of time and work to get this together. It's a fabulous idea though and I'm excited about it.
Ms. Kerri and her Krazy Kindergarten

Sandra said...

I just grabbed that app for my daughter!! Thanks for the info!
I also just signed up for the swap! I know, I'm a slacker!! Haha!
❤ Sandra
Sweet Times in First

Rose said...

I just nominated you for the "Versatile Blogger" Award. Stop by my blog to pick up your award. I love your blog.

"The Wonderful World of Kindergarten"

Unknown said...

OH my goodness, girl! This must have taken FORever!! You are the best!! :))) I'm super excited about my swap partner!
Rowdy in Room 300

Kimberlee Fulbright said...

just received 2 iPads from a grant I wrote at the end of last year, so the students haven't had the chance to use them yet & I downloaded this one & am so glad to hear students enjoy it!! thanks for the review!!

~ Kimberlee ~

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Diving Into Learning said...

Thank you for doing all of this, I am so excited to be participating!

Diving Into Learning

Grade School Giggles said...

This had to be a huge task for you. Thanks for doing the leg work.

Grade School Giggles

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Tanya Dwyer said...

You just plain ole rock for hosting this! Thanks so much!

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Karen Stamp said...

Thanks for all your hard work and organization on this project!! SO FUN!
Karen :o)
Mrs. Stamp's Kindergarten

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