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Win it! SpellIT!

Create custom lists to sharpen those spelling skills
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Jamie Pearson. and work as an Freelance writer, a mother of two, and the publisher of two popular-ish websites: Best Kids Apps and Travel Savvy Mom. at BestKidsApps.
  • Age: 4+ |

  • $0.99

SpellIT! is a fun and colorful spelling app with an important twist.

Instead of boring your kids with pre-made word lists, this app lets parents create custom lists using the built-in microphone.  Little kids can start with the basics, while older kids cut their teeth on trickier stuff.

It’s got quizzes and hints too, in case your children get stuck.  Finally, it records errors so you can review them later.

Want to try it for free?

How to enter

It’s easy peasy.  Just leave a comment below by Tuesday, April 17th, 2012.  The next day, we’ll choose 5 people at random and gift this app to them via email.

Please note, only readers in the U.S. will be able to redeem the codes.  Please don’t enter if you live elsewhere.

And the winners are…

Linn, Christa, Missy, Shin, and Donna.

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post written by Best Kids Apps on behalf of the developer.    While we are paid to publish the Free App Friday series, all opinions are our own.

27 thoughts on “Win it! SpellIT!

  1. Valerie says:

    I have two kids who would love (and benefit from) this!

  2. Manasa says:

    Looks like a great app!!!

  3. Christina says:

    Love the customizable word list and microphone features….looks awesome

  4. Cheryl says:

    Would love to try this

  5. Niamh says:

    My 4 y.o. son is fascinated with the spelling of words right now. He would love this. Cracked me up the other day when he saw the word “Citrus Pee”l & I was informed if you take off the letter “L” it spells . . . . .LOL

  6. Michell says:

    I have been searching for an app like this for awhile now to help my son with his spelling words. Would love to try it out.

  7. Jennifer says:

    This would be a great resource for my daughter!

  8. Doris says:

    Have a grandson I just bought Ipad for helping him get ready for VPK this fall would love to have this program

  9. Mandi says:

    I would love to win this for my kids and my students!!! Thank you for the chance to win this great game!

  10. Catherine says:

    With 3 children with weekly spelling lists, this would be a great help!

  11. Diane says:

    I’ve been looking for this kind of app to use with my Wilson Reading lessons.

  12. DJ says:

    Looks like a wonderful app! Thanks for sharing it!

  13. mel says:

    would love it for birthday on April 17th. It’s Eoghan’s bday

  14. Lisa says:

    This would be a great tool for my 3rd grader to practice his spelling list! We would love to try this out!!!

  15. olivia says:

    crossing my fingers!

  16. Linda says:

    Can’t wait to share this app with my fellow teachers!

  17. Wendy says:

    I’m working with a group of students diagnosed with autism. We’re trying to develop
    Their reading skills and this app looks like something they would be motivated to use!

  18. Susie says:

    Both my kids get weekly spelling lists. This would be a great app for them!

  19. Beth says:

    I am looking for new apps to try with my 5 and 6 year old and my students that I teach, would love to give it a try! Thanks for the chance.

  20. Heather says:

    Looks like a great app!

  21. Donna says:

    Starting to gather things and apps to start homeschooling. This app would be a plus to organize spelling words!

  22. Shin says:


  23. Shin says:

    Can I try it. My Daughter learning how to read.

  24. Missy says:

    Going to give this a try!

  25. Christa says:

    Would love to try this with my 6 year old!

  26. Linn says:

    This app would really improve my daughters reading and spelling skills!!!

  27. Mel says:

    We could use this in our adult education class.

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