"I enjoyed the concept of this app and feel that it would be a perfect learning tool for little ones who like trucks and like to make things go."
Does your child love trucks and learning? This interactive alphabet allows toddlers to explore both letters and construction vehicles. The interface lets toddlers easily move and interact with the trucks on the screen.
- 26 different interactive construction pages
- Crisp, colorful Retina Display graphics for supported devices
- Easy for toddlers to use
- Learn letter and truck names
- Drive and control the vehicles
- Fun and educational
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Kids Trucks: Numbers and Counting - Check out another great educational construction app.
- Does not contain ads
- Does not contain links to social networks
- Does not use data collection tools
- Does not contain in-app purchase
- Does include links to apps by Scott Adelman in the App Store (via Link Share/Georiot)
Thanks to all that have enjoyed Kids Trucks: Construction Alphabet! If you have a minute, please consider reviewing the app. Your reviews mean a lot!
* Updated for the latest iOS
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Son loves this app
I know this app does not do much but my sons love it. This is one of the only apps I have that my 11 month old can play. He loves it. My 3 yr old also loves to play it! I like the repetition because that I how they learn.
Better Apps Available
My Bad! I was "shopping" with my granddaughter and didn't check the app out. I do like some of the Scott Adlman apps. This one is lame; creates some inane names to fit the Letter needed, if one isn't apparent; and worse, the voice on the app is horrible (dead, flat, AWFUL). A waste of 99 cents. Try it before you buy. Lesson learned.
Should be a free app
Sorry to say that it's a pretty boring app. You would maybe expect this level of (non) action in a free app but certainly not one that you paid for. Each figure moves in one direction against a boring background and also makes one simplistic move. They don't actually pick up anything or move anything. I like that the vehicles have names and make a sound but this just did not hold my 2 yr. old's attention.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.