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This review is from: My First Words (App)
One star level is good for kids just learning letters. You simply match the letter tile to the given letter space to spell the word, which is then pronounced for you.
At first I saw little difference between the two and three star levels-They appeared to be the same. However, when I made a mistake the difference was marked. On the two star level you can move the tiles around until you get the answer correct. On the three star level you are stuck with your mistake until all tiles are used, then you have to replay the incorrect ones. It's just annoying enough to force you to be more careful.
As for the app overall, the sound stopped suddenly during play and I had to back out to the level selection screen to get it back.
Fifty words is probably good for three or four sessions of play for my 5-yr-old. I think he'll be bored with the repitition after that. I will say that his first play session was over 15 minutes on the three star level- a good amount of learning time for a preschooler.
One side note- what the heck is a quince?