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Simple and Great!
When I first laid eyes on this, it didn't excite me. But when I actually watched how it worked, I was very impressed. The greatness of this app lies in its simplicity and its ability to do all the right things in a simple but effective manner. It's fun, educational, and entertaining. Simply a very well thought out design. This is well worth every penny! My only request/hope is that they have updates which adds new words without requiring in-app purchases.
TeachTots on May 25, 2012 for Noodle Words HD
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Love it
Please add more verbs for the people who have paid for this app. So good for my speech kids!
IXA MOSES on May 20, 2012 for Noodle Words HD
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Action set 1
It's really cute- but the title implies there will be more than one set. This set is limited but i love the concept... I'm ready for more. When will other sets be available?
Melanflo on May 10, 2012 for Noodle Words HD
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One of the best apps for my 4 yr old
I am a reading specialist and love this app! It actually is purposeful, teaches vocab and over repeated exposures, word learning! Make more! We will buy them!
Foroscar on Apr 16, 2012 for Noodle Words HD
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Love the concept
My students love this app, however with a small set of words it can only go so far...I would pay to add additional sets of words...novelty of limited words only goes so far...add more words to this great concept and I would quickly change my rating
iplante on Mar 31, 2012 for Noodle Words HD
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Noodle words
This is a great app. The only reasons I didn't give it five stars is because of the limited number of words. Also, children with poor impulse control sometimes hit the word box several times in a row making the words come up all at once. I think it would be better if there was a setting where one word had to finish its action before the next word can be activated.
DPK2 on Mar 31, 2012 for Noodle Words HD
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