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"Spelling Word Search is designed for curious young readers and spellers."
Kids will learn new words and enhance their vocabulary skills by practicing Word Search with grade-level word list from K-8th.
► Added word list "US States and Capital Cities" - learn 50 US states names.
► Word lists are now available from Kindergarten level to 8th grade.
► More Word Lists are planned for future updates so grown-ups can enjoy this game too.
Our word lists are carefully selected by parents and teachers such that kids can learn words and their spelling while playing this traditional puzzle game. The game is family friendly even parents can join the fun. It is time to toss out the paper sheets that your children used to play word search on.
► Super simple and intuitive to play.
► Bright colored theme helps players engaged.
► Family with multiple kids can easily enjoy the game by choosing appropriate word list.
► Two more themes added since the first version.
To achieve the best learning experience, parents should consider playing the game with their kids; asking them to pronounce the words before each game starts.
Note to parents and teachers: if you have a specific word list you want to see in the game, submit it here http://bit.ly/ipadwords and we will include them in future game updates.
Upgraded for the latest iOS.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Not for the youngest
My kindergartener, a very advanced reader for her age, will be very frustrated with this game. I agree with another review that this is too advanced for the younger set, that the field is far too large to make this easy enough for them to stick with it. Also, why is there no option to turn off the timer? Nothing like making a kid feel stressed about being slow at finding words! Let that be an option for when the kid gets better at the game.
This game is a good word search, however you should be able to save your game when exit instead of having to start all over. When you update then I will update my rating and needs more words.
Too advanced for young set
I tried out the K-2nd grade setting for my 1st grader. The words are simple enough, but the field is too large which will make it very difficult for them. I think the setting for the younger children should be simplified by making the field smaller, and the words should be limited to across and down. Children in Kindergarten aren't going to think to look diagonally, which will only serve to frustrate them.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.