Endless Wordplay

Endless Wordplay

By Originator Inc.

  • Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2014-12-10
  • Current Version: 2.9
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 116.51 MB
  • Developer: Originator Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4/5 ( 476 Reviews)
  • Price:
Endless Wordplay App Ratings: 4
Total 476 Reviews

Endless Wordplay App Description

*From the team at ORIGINATOR - the creators of the beloved Endless Alphabet, Endless Reader, and Endless Numbers.... Originator is a team of passionate artists and engineers dedicated to the best education+entertainment apps for kids.* As the next delightful app in the Endless series, Endless Wordplay sets the stage for spelling, word building, and wonderful rhymes! This app introduces key spelling patterns and phonograms that are important for beginning spellers and early writers. Written English can be complex and confusing, and Endless Wordplay reinforces spelling rules and variations using rhymes and a fun, progressive learning path. Kids will have a blast learning spelling patterns and phonograms with the all-new Alphabot and the beloved Endless monsters. Each lesson reinforces a spelling and phonetic pattern using a sequence of rhyming word puzzles with letters that come alive. The rhyming words then lead to entertaining and illustrative animations that are as fun as they are educational. Features: - 3 spelling lessons (9 words) free to try with additional lessons available for purchase. - The delightful lessons presented by Alphabot reinforce spelling and phonetic patterns in a fun and interactive way. - Animations bring the rhyming words to life and reinforce definitions and usage. - Endless Wordplay was designed with your children in mind. There are no high scores, failures, limits or stress. Your children can interact with the app at their own pace.


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Endless Wordplay App Reviews

  • From 2-reading

    By ElanaMom14
    Thank you for making games that seem to last forever. From beginning letter sounds, to reading fluently this app has stood the test of time in my family.
  • It’s not endless

    By Redapemusic
    This review is written on behalf of my daughter who noted that even the name of the app is endless wordplay, it is not in fact “endless”.
  • So....

    By Toys R Us Kid Rules Forever
    How do I play this game?
  • Not enough levels to play.👎🏽

    By N word Dre
    I thought this app was going to be fantastic but... not really it only gives u 2 levels to play so that’s unfair then the rest you have to pay to play the whole adventure.
  • Terrible app

    By Alyehs
    It gives hints and does not allow the child to read on his own. It gives all the answers which is not the appropriate way of learning. Terrible and a complete waste of money.
  • I don’t like the app

    By Jade cook
    I don’t like to know the answers even though I know how to read.
  • Excellent

    By Waiola
    Excellent reading game.
  • Love all apps from this company

    By BlairCB
    Our 4-year old son has loved these apps for a couple years now. He learns so much! The animation is adorable and the sounds are only minimally annoying (glowing praise since anything kid-related that makes noise usually drives parents batty).
  • More a toy than a tool

    By Jksoren82
    The productions values for this app are simply remarkable: beautiful, fun animations, rich music and sound effects, etc....but when it comes to the task at a hand, actually learning to read and write? I’m not very impressed. For $14.00 there are, really, far too few words to practice here, and the way the activity is designed renders it uninformative. To play kids are given a new word, then they have to unscramble the letters of the word. Having done this they are given a sentence utilizing the word (to build vocabulary I guess) which itself is accompanied by brief but excellent cartoon. That’s very one dimensional, and it’s so easy for kids to simply guess until all the letters fall in place that there’s essentially no incentive whatsoever to actually buckle down and try to really learn the word in question. My son can mindlessly and quickly fiddle with the letters until he unlocks the cartoon (ignoring the opportunity to read the sentence altogether). And that’s it until it’s over! The animation is seriously great but as a piece of educational software it’s almost worthless. A wonderful idea, but they need a better set of gameplay mechanics.
  • Fantastic app

    By lwking84
    We love all the endless apps. If the robot would give us the letter sounds as a hint instead of telling the child to drag a letter to the place it would be even better at reinforcing the phonetics of the letters in the words. Thank you for creating such engaging and educational apps.