En el congreso de “Dust or Magic 2013”, Lee Paso a Paso fue incluída dentro de la lista de apps educativas a considerar en el análisis que realiza anualmente el congreso. Para nosotros, esta distinción fue un honor y agradecemos enormemente el hecho de estar dentro de la lista.
Esto nos obliga a redoblar esfuerzos para continuar haciendo apps de ese nivel o mejor.
New features !
* Text to Speech option choose from 27 different languages. Decide whether to record your voice (iOS 6 or later) or use TTS (iOS 7 or later) in tests.
* Add images in tests.
* When using Text to Speech, added functionality that will permit you to hear the complete sentence in the question by replacing blanks with the answer.
Example: The _____ drank milk. Will be heard as The cat drank milk. Check help section inside the app for more tips.
* Convert Questionnaire to Multiple Choice test or vice versa.
* Settings screen redesigned.
* Compatibility with iOS 6 and 7.
* iOS 5 is no longer supported.
Learning to read can be difficult, and sometimes as parents, we are unsure of exactly how to support our kids’ developing reading skills. That’s why having fun apps to assist us can make us feel more confident and even give us brand-new ideas for learning activities. Lee paso a paso and Lee paso a paso 2 are two great resources to have on your iPhone or iPad for those moments when reading practice with your child becomes a chore.
The first app (Lee Paso a Paso) focuses on matching syllables to pictures to form an entire word and counting syllables. For each letter, children practice beginning sounds as the app continuously asks which of three pictures begins with the given sound. This activity really makes the app multi-step and thus appropriately challenging for a child who already knows basic letter sounds but is in the process of learning to piece them together.
The second app (Lee Paso a Paso 2) is a bit harder. You must form an entire word by choosing the correct sequence of syllables. It’s like a memory game, confirming your choices with matching pictures. As you increase in level, you have more sounds to choose from.
Using these two apps to complement each other will ready your child for more advanced Spanish reading and perhaps relieve some pressure on days when reading seems too daunting a task.
(copy from spanglishbaby.com by Chelsea Torres)