Learn With WordFriends App: Based on Emmy Award-Winning Program

wordfriends appApp: Learn With WordFriends by WordWorld, LLC

Platforms: iOS/Android/Nook/Soon to be released on KindleFire

Price: FREE   (additional characters available as in-app purchases!)

Download Free iOS App

or  $2.99 Download Learn with WordFriends Fully Unlocked

Download Android App      or      Download Nook App

Category: Education App

 

Learn With WordFriends App: Great for Early Readers!

WorldWorld™ is a three-time Emmy® award-winning learning program that helps preschoolers get ready to read!

WorldWorld™ targets the “gap” in between letter acquisition and reading.  This is a major milestone in a child’s journey to being an early reader.

WorldWorld™ combines letters to build words into WordFriends™.  This provides core building blocks for reading in a fun, active and visual manner!

 

Here are a few Screenshots from the App:

 

wordworld wordfriends app

 

 

wordfriends app

 

 

pbs word friends

 

 

wordfriends android app

 

 

wordfriends app for nook

 

Hands-On Review of “Learn With WordFriends”

Click here to read Autism Plugged In’s full review of this spelling / reading app.

For more information, please visit www.wordworld.com or “Like” WordWorld on Facebook at www.facebook.com/wordworld!

 

Want to Get This App?

Download free iOS App     or  $2.99  Download Learn with WordFriends Fully Unlocked

Download Android App

Download Nook App

 

We’d like to thank WordWorld for generously donating to Autism Plugged In’s 5K Run for Scholarships.  Their donation will go a long way toward helping students with autism get vocational training or college education!

Jack Kieffer Organization for Autism Research Fundraiser
You can help, too! Read More Here 

 

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