|License: Freeware||Version 2.08|
|For: Windows 95' to Windows 7||Size: 8,730 KB|
|Program's Home Page||Publisher: Phase II|
"Teach children the alphabet, numbers, counting, reading, and spelling using sound, pictures, and video clips. Using the recognition method young children learn by watching auto rotating lessons. Toddlers learn to use the keyboard. Children progress to type the alphabet. Includes story reading, flash words and spelling. You can also create your own spelling words using your pictures, voice and video clips."
|License: Freeware||Version 2.0|
|For: Win 95/98/Me/2000/XP||Size: 1,390 KB|
|Program's Home Page||Publisher: Haggerty|
"Students are taught the names and recognition of nine different colors. Sound is used to reforce the names. The colors are presented in (1) sequential form (2) name and identification form and (3) mixed match format. Requires: Windows Media Player "
|License: Shareware ($14.95)||Version 2.9.4|
|For: Windows 95' to Windows 7||Size: 3,970 KB|
|Program's Home Page||Publisher: Paxton Cat Software|
"Your two- to six-year-old will learn the alphabet, numbers up to 20, the names and sounds of musical instruments, and simple mouse skills. Letters are displayed in both uppercase and lowercase, with amusing animations. The 18 exciting games and 10 musical instruments are played by mouseover. You can choose the level of difficulty for mouseovers, the phonics, and the volume for the background music."
|License: Shareware ($15.00)||Version 1.2|
|For: Windows 95' to Windows 7||Size: 10,114K|
|Program's Home Page||Publisher: Joe/Jason Lewinski|
This is game for kids is about learning letters and how to use the computer keyboard and mouse. Features include an audio of each letter of the English Alphabet, and several words highlighting each letter, followed by a sentence that also highlights the letter. It is self paced and built on mastery learning.
|License: Freeware||Version 1.0|
|For: Windows 95' to Windows 7||Size: 850K|
|Program's Home Page||Publisher: Owl & Mouse Educational Software|
"Learn Letters teaches children to know and make the 26 letters of the alphabet. Using the shapes the letters have in common, the child is guided as he combines shapes to make the lower case letters of the alphabet. Learning the names and shapes of the letters of the alphabet is the first step to reading. This is one of the most important, most basic things a child needs to know to learn to read. Learn Letters makes learning the letters of the alphabet fun and easy, even for children whose fine motor coordination is not yet well developed. Fun, educational hands-on learning."
|License: 10-use Trial||Version 5.0|
|For: Win 95/98/Me/NT/2000||Size: 5,320 KB|
|Program's Home Page||Publisher: KIDware|
"Toddler Fun offers nine activities, designed for kids aged two through five, that only require the ability to point and click a mouse. Kids can learn letters, numbers, colors, shapes, animal sounds, and object sounds. In addition to these activities, they can also play memory games, draw doodles, and play music."