I’m a huge fan of Tiggly – the company behind the toys that interact with the screen of a iPad. When they reached out to me to share Sesame Street Alphabet Kitchen I was very excited about their partnership with such a powerhouse in early childhood education. Children can learn vowels and new vocabulary with Sesame Street Alphabet Kitchen with a fun-filled cookie making experience.
Sesame Street Alphabet Kitchen includes more than 90 words to build vocabulary and literacy skills. Students will practice letter names and sounds with over 350 word cookie variations.
Learn Vowels and New Vocabulary
Here are a few ways you can use Sesame Street Alphabet Kitchen in the classroom:
- In a literacy station with Tiggly toys, have students work in partners to create new words. Encourage kids to talk about the words as they move the Tiggly pieces across the screen.
- Use the camera feature in Sesame Street Alphabet Kitchen to have students snap pictures. They can make a silly face or connect their picture to the word they’ve just created.
- In a notebook (virtual or paper) have students record the words they have created. They can use this list for other activities like telling silly stories or writing sentences.
- Before the end of the school year or in the days leading up to a school break, share Sesame Street Alphabet Kitchen in a newsletter to families. This app to learn vowels and new vocabulary is perfect for use at home or in the classroom.
Kids will create letter cookies and decorate them in Chef Elmo’s kitchen as they learn about vowels. Through blending letter combinations to create words, Sesame Street Alphabet Kitchen helps children bake 3- and 4-letter words into cookies. Students can color the cookies, take pictures with their creations, pretend to eat them, or share their cookies with Cookie Monster and Elmo.
Visit the Apple App Store to learn more about Sesame Street Alphabet Kitchen!