What's NewUpdated for iOS 4.2
App DescriptionA G-R-E-A-T app to help good spellers become great spellers and struggling spellers succeed! This fantastic software includes over 2,000 first and second grade level words, plus personal spelling lists that can be added while they play! Download this app today and send children on a magical journey under the sea where their spelling success will be rewarded with creative fun! With School Zone’s Spelling 1-2 app, kids get three games in one! In the Sunken Ship's Galley Game, they learn to spell by seeing the word, hearing it, and then typing it. Kids unscramble words by rearranging the letters in the Coral Reef Game. In Neptune's Cave Game, they need to choose the correct spelling from a number of misspelled versions. Each unique game helps sharpen spelling skills at every level! To make the game more fun and to motivate young spellers, each game offers cool collectables. As children successfully spell words, they release trapped fish and earn prizes. After a fish is released, it goes to live in the Tropical Lagoon. Children use the prizes they earn to decorate the lagoon, creating a special place for the fish to live. It’s a virtual aquarium!
Parents, say goodbye to last minute cramming for the weekly school spelling tests. With Spelling 1-2 unique custom spelling words feature, once a special word list has been added, those words show up in each of the spelling games. Kids will relax and enjoy the fun of practicing their spelling words all week long!
School Zone Publishing Company has been creating children's educational products for over 30 years, so you can trust that School Zone’s apps will pack a learning punch. Go ahead, give your child a healthy dose of learning!
•Accepts custom word lists
•Three unique spelling games
•Audio prompts and encouragement
•Long vowel sounds
•Short vowel sounds
(U.S. English language conventions)
October 23, 2013 Price Decrease: $4.99 -> $0.99
August 07, 2012 Price Decrease: $9.99 -> $4.99
June 05, 2012 Price Decrease: $9.99 -> $4.99
August 26, 2010 Initial Release