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One of the occasional topics of conversation amongst your faithful Gear Diary crew is what, exactly, the iPad will be used for.  But we don’t ask that in the sense of, “What will this silly thing ever be good for?”, but rather “What unexpected use is someone going to come up with for this really cool gadget now?”  One consistent answer has been, “Education.”  The amazing Carly Z and I agree that text books are a potential huge market for the iPad; how much better would it be to buy one iPad, and then only have to cart that around, instead of a dozen heavy textbooks–even used ones?

DANO Toys, a genuine mom-’n-pop company out of Southern California, has developed an app called Little Sky Writers.  They’ve done their homework, worked with educators, and come up with an app that helps kids learn to write their letters.  With, as Steve Jobs pointed out several years ago, the stylus that everyone is used to:  your forefinger.

Little Sky Writers is available from the iTunes app store for an MSRP of $1.99–durn inexpensive for both an iPad app, and for something that will help your kiddle to learn how to write!

Full information below.

Start your engines, pilots, and learn to write your letters!  Navigate your plane through a series of letter-shaped flight plans.  By doing, you’ll gain the hands-on skills to write your letters properly the first time – every time.  Listen to Roger, the control tower (voiced by comedian and star of Nickelodeon’sTM Big Time RushTM Stephen Kramer Glickman) as he humorously teaches the sound and use of each letter.

Developed by teachers, this app is the perfect tool for Kindergarten preparation and supplementation.  There are three levels of difficulty so your child may attain precision slowly and with a greater sense of accomplishment.  Once your child has mastered the game, they’ll receive a certificate of completion and the option of posting it to your FacebookTM page.


Uppercase and lowercase letters.

Real time feedback.

Three difficulty levels for various stages of learning.

Three airplanes for users to choose from (upon completion of simple FacebookTM connection)
App instructional layout designed by experienced educators
Amusing audio commentary on each letter by Stephen Kramer Glickman
Facebook ConnectTM to post a certificate of completion to your FacebookTM wall.

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