Educational Learning Apps for the Classroom or Home

Trace Letters

Trace Letters

Have your toddler learn how to trace the letters of the alphabet the correct way! Great for the classroom or at home.

• Animated directions on how to trace the alphabet properly
• Sound for each letter
• Uppercase and lowercase toggle buttons
• Numbers 1-20, 30, 40 , 50 with audio
• Sight words
• Free Practice Worksheet
• Aligned to the Common Core Standards
• No ads or solicitations in this app
• No additional purchases in the app

Apple Store Link

Amazon Store Link

Device: iPhone, iPad, Kindle & NOOK Tablets
Price: $0.99 USD

Educational volume discount available.

Trace Letters Worksheet
Click for Free Worksheet
Trace Letters Screens


5.0 out of 5 stars Trace Letters - great app
By dillybean
I purchased this app for my grandson to work with - he is 5 years old and having trouble with his letters but loves to play with apps on my Kindle. I had downloaded a similar app, but he has outgrown that one. I found this one during the Christmas holiday and thought when I started watching him after the holiday it would be a good one to work with. At first he was not to excited about it, but he then played around with it and figured out how the one button showed him how to place his lines and then the sound of the letter. Now he asks to play with it and is doing great following the directions. Great app!

4.0 out of 5 stars pretty good
By Cory 3
It has easy to understand symbols for your young learner. My daughter is almost 5 and she likes to practice writing letters. If she forgets how to write it, she can click on the icon to show her the stroke order. The reason I gave it 4 stars instead of five is because when the child writes the letter they don't have to follow the stroke order. She has a Leappad that does this but it's nice to have an app on the kindle for backup and for kid friendly options on my kindle.

5.0 out of 5 stars gives example of proper form
By Amazon Customer
This doesn't stop you from making a mistake but it does show the proper form along with saying the letter. Best one I've found so far.


Learning Objectives: Practice recognizing upper and lower case letters, Print upper and lower case letters
Grade Level(s): PK, K, 1
Common Core Standards
L.K.1.a: Print many uppercase and lowercase letters.