Chinese letter academy
  • Subject and Topic:
    • Languages - Chinese
  • Creator: Toothy Buddies
  • Type: App
  • Language: English
  • Platform: iOS
  • Price: Paid
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Chinese Letter Academy

https://itunes.apple.com/hk/app/chinese-letter-academy/id883084984
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Description:

Chinese Letter Academy uses proven teaching techniques to help young children and beginning learners tackle a very complex task: learning to write Chinese characters. The app begins students with five built-in characters, each with a structured practice pattern. Students can watch the character being formed correctly, then trace the lines in the proper order. Next, the app gives clues about where to start each stroke. In addition, letters are formed on an overlay with vertical, horizontal and diagonal guidelines that will help learners to position each stroke correctly.


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  • [Top Ten] Pretty amazing

    My little nephew like the app and it's really good for him to learn some Chinese writing with fun! More characters are better.

  • Tips for using the product

    It’s a great idea to allow purchase of specific words, but the cost of nearly ten cents per word seems somewhat expensive. Perhaps a scheme where the price drops when larger numbers of words are purchased would help.