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ABCs Letter Rip! for iPad teaches handwriting and letter recognition (get it free!)

ABCs Letter Rip! for iPad teaches handwriting and letter recognition (get it free!)

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Hi, I am a full time teacher, parent of two (3 and 5 year olds), and a app developer for iPad/iPhone. I have free promo codes that you can use to redeem my new educational game for free. If you want this app and you have an iPad just send me an email (see below) and I will email you the promo code. Then all you do is click on "redeem" on the main iTunes page and copy and paste the code in. It's that simple (no strings attached). The reason I am doing this is that I hope your children will like the game and you will leave a positive review for the game in iTunes. When others see the positive reviews it helps them make an informed decision and will hopefully help with sales - that's what I get out of this. Anyways, if you are interested in checking it out just email me. Here's the link to iTunes so you can see if it looks interesting: My email: dan at scitunes dot com (just substitute @ for at and . for dot) Thanks!

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Terri Britt's picture

A teacher in my school was disappointed to learn her grant proposal for 2 Ipads for her K classroom wasn't funded. She specifically mentioned to me that one purpose she had hoped to use them for was handwriting and letter recognition. If she gets lucky anytime soon I'll pass along your offer. Good luck!

Whitney Hoffman's picture
Whitney Hoffman
Producer LD Podcast, Digital Media Consultant, Author

I'd love to give it a whirl- while my kids are older, I'm currently writing a book on differentiating instruction and another on the deck about technology in education and these would be perfect examples. (Having two kids who struggle with handwriting, this issue is also near and dear to my heart.)

You can get a hold of me at ldpodcast (at)

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