Paw Patrol: Alphabet Learning 4+

Nickelodeon

    • 3.9 • 17 Ratings
    • $1.99

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Description

Each mini-game encourages children to explore fundamental literacy tools — tracing letters, identifying letters, matching rhyming words, completing word families, and more!

Letter Hunt with Skye: Help Skye identify letters by tapping on letter-shaped balloons as they float through the air.

Letter Sounds with Zuma: Go on an underwater mission with Zuma as he searches for letter sounds. Ready, set, get wet!
• Children tap letters to hear the sounds they make, reinforcing letter sound recognition.

Tracing Lowercase Letters with Rubble: Rubble on the double! Help Rubble trace lowercase letters as he follows along on his digger.
• After completing the letter trace, children see a word that begins with the letter they drew to help expand their vocabulary.

Tracing Uppercase Letters with Everest: Help Everest trace uppercase letters while she follows along on her snow-blowing snowcat!
• After completing the letter trace, children see a word that begins with the letter they drew to help expand their vocabulary.

Rhyming with Chase and Tracker: Help Chase find rhyming words in Adventure Bay! Children guide Chase’s police truck all around Adventure Bay to collect pictures of words. Once all the words are collected, children can help Tracker match words that rhyme.
• Children tap on words to hear how they sound and then choose the words that rhyme.

Word Families with Marshall and Rocky: Get fired up to help Marshall find letters all around Adventure Bay! Children guide Marshall’s fire truck to find letters, then use the letters to make word families with Rocky. Complete every word to help Rocky build a jungle gym!
• Children identify letters and use them to complete three words from the same word family.

PAW Patrol Alphabet Learning collects personal user data as well as non-personal user data (including aggregated data). User data collection is in accordance with applicable law, such as COPPA. User data may be used, for example, to respond to user requests; enable users to take advantage of certain features and services; personalize content and advertising; and manage and improve Nickelodeon's services. For more information regarding Nickelodeon’s use of personal user data, please visit the Nickelodeon Group Privacy Policy below. Our Privacy Policy is in addition to any terms, conditions or policies agreed to between you and Apple, Inc., and Nickelodeon and its affiliated entities are not responsible for Apple's collection or use of your personal user data and information. Additionally, this App may use “local notifications.” Local notifications are sent directly from the App to your device (you don’t need to be connected to the Internet) and may be used to notify you of new content or events within your App, among other reasons. Use of this app is subject to the Nickelodeon End User License Agreement.

For users residing in the EU, PAW Patrol Alphabet Learning may include the use of persistent identifiers for game management purposes and installation of this app constitutes your permission to such usage of persistent identifiers for all users on your device.

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What’s New

Version 1.2

Bug fixes and performance enhancements

Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
17 Ratings

17 Ratings

Dan Philips ,

Has the voice actors

Glad to see the game has all the characters voiced. The game On a Roll we bought for the Switch has only Ryder speaking, and it doesn’t sound quite right. My daughter’s first reaction to this app was “Everest is talking!” She’s delighted by the authenticity of the characters.

squarebale ,

Great learning game, irritating iPad issues

My four year old really enjoys the games and of course her favorite pups! It’s a great way for her to keep reviewing her letters. The majority of the games are easy for her to figure out how to play. A small few of the games are all words and since she can’t read yet, those aren’t any fun. But she enjoys the letter recognition games and driving the pups around the town and making their sirens go. Her absolute favorite is the ice cream truck and the song it plays! (Thanks to whoever created that).

The app on the iPad has an irritating issue that when we are done with the app and then reopen it later, the screen is blank. We gave it some time in case it’s loading, but it just stays blank. The only way to skirt around it is completely shutting the iPad off and back on. I’m hoping they can fix it and then I’ll give the app 5 stars.

GypsyRoseRad ,

Can’t win

You can only unlock more games by getting pup treats, but the unlocked games won’t give you pup treats, so your just stuck with some basics. Lame, and super frustrating for a 4 year old.

App Privacy

The developer, Nickelodeon, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Location

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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