Pediatrician Develops iPhone App that Teaches Children the Alphabet

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A child can now learn and practice writing the alphabet on his parent's iPhone or iPod Touch thanks to an application called "Witty Bit World ABCs" available for $1.99 through iTunes.

Children learn their favorite cartoon characters as soon as they can speak, yet struggle to learn the alphabet,” said Dr Jennifer Hudson. “The Witty Bit World iPhone app brings the letters to life by creating fun, memorable characters and great music.

A child can now learn and practice writing the alphabet on his parent's iPhone or iPod Touch thanks to an application called "Witty Bit World ABCs" available for $1.99 through iTunes. The application was developed by Dr. Jennifer Hudson, a board-certified pediatrician in North Carolina. The “Witty Bit World ABCs” application is available at: http://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=360509065&mt=8.

The "Witty Bit World ABCs," application features the letters as characters used to teach children the upper- and lower-case letters of the alphabet, according to Dr. Hudson. Children can explore each letter of the alphabet, listen to music that teaches the child the sounds the letter makes as well as trace the shapes of the letter with their finger on the touch screen.

"Children learn their favorite cartoon characters as soon as they can speak, yet struggle to learn the alphabet,” said Dr. Hudson. “The Witty Bit World iPhone app brings the letters to life by creating fun, memorable characters with great music. Your child can play with your iPhone and they can learn at the same time. It's a way to reach kids in a new and entertaining way.”

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