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Hindi Vowels on iPad

9 June 2010 3,862 views No Comment

Written by: Rashmi S

Are you a NRI parent wanting your child to be familiar with basic Hindi. Here is an iPad application that could be the first step in generating interest. It is fun and very simple to use.

As a parent, I have been struggling to get my 5yro daughter interested in Hindi. She can speak decent Hindi now, but there was no interest in written language. 75% of her Hindi schoolwork stays incomplete. This app has helped tremendously. Both my daughters love the leaderboard screen that toggles between the alphabet and the object image. Audio is an added advantage. Even her little sister, who just turned 3, can recognize some of the alphabets.

While I was recording sound for this app, my 5yro pleaded to use her voice. Literally begged, willing to forgo play time. I guess it was the combination of the brand new headset and the excitement of hearing her voice playback. And that turned out to be the highlight of the app. Our extended family goes gaga over the audio for अः – अः se aha aha aha.

Highlights of the app:
– Leaderboard view of vowels that toggle between the alphabet and the object image that begins with that alphabet.
– Single page view with the alphabet in large font size, along with the image of an object that starts with that alphabet, with helper words in English.
– Scroll to any alphabet view at any time.

Single Page Hindi Vowel

Hindi Vowels Scroll to any page

Hindi Vowels Toggle Leaderboard

Download Link:
Download Hindi Vowels For Kids
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