Let your child express themselves as they learn important pre-reading skills with First Words Feelings. The latest addition to the best-selling First Words series from Learning Touch includes 38 words to help your child identify and understand common emotions and feelings by matching letters of the alphabet and spelling words.
From Sad to Glad, from Curious to Calm, First Words Feelings will take your child on a fun-filled tour of human emotions. Each feelings word is paired with a delightfully drawn facial expression and sound effect to further reinforce the meaning of the word.
Kids can play First Words by themselves, but you can also use this app as an interactive audiovisual tool to foster discussions about feelings. You can choose between letter names, phonics, and a variety of other options to customize the difficulty level to match the abilities of your younger or older kids.
First Words apps are toddler-tested and approved, designed for the littlest of fingers. More than just a game, FirstWords is a sophisticated learning tool that engages your child, encourages exploration, and helps them understand the relationships between letters and words.
If you like First Words Feelings, be sure to check out the other apps in our highly rated First Words series!
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Added native support for additional iOS devices.
Additional cleanup and modernization.
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* New Word Cry
* New option to control word difficultly
* New option to control spelling speed
A great app mixing spelling with concepts of emotion
This is a great app. The fit and finish are top notch.
Works fine on my ipad 1s and iphones (3gs, 4, 4s).
My 5 yr old autistic son likes First Words Feelings very much.
I see him running this app all the time.
It's tough for autistic children to express themselves, as well as to identify the feelings of others.
I really appreciate the effort made by the developer to help children understand how to recognize and verbalize the emotions of themselves and others.
Good app but could be better
I like and use the app a lot with my adult developmentally disabled adults. I use it for phonics as well as discussing feelings. I do wish there were some more vocabulary words though. It would have 5 stars if it provided more vocabulary (i.e., hungry, thirsty, tired, etc.).
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.