Paris, France – GeekMom (Wired) Kristen Rutherford reviewed Montessori Letter Sounds, Les Trois Elles’ newest app on Friday and wrote “Another Winning App From Les Trois Elles”.

Kristen Rutherford starts her post by saying: “Once again, Les Trois Elles has come up with another charming, super interactive, and multi-level app to engage toddlers getting ready for school. Here we are again with Tam and Tao, but this time we’re working on our ABC’s – recognizing them, listening to the sounds they make, tracing them against a template, and ultimately drawing them on our own. And we move along and up from there. This is what I love the most about Les Trois Elles: a great deal of care has gone into the layering of their games, so the app grows with the child. Sometimes I buy apps for Vivienne, who is almost 3 years old, to play with, and they’re just so … disposable – fun for a little while, but then she moves on, like she’s eaten a piece of candy. Les Trois Elles delivers years of fun, and gorgeous graphics to boot.”

Montessori Letter Sounds is an app aimed at children between 3 and 6 years old year. Les Trois Elles is a Paris based company founded by Montessori teachers. Numberland HD, their first app, won a gold medal from Parents’ Choice Awards last Fall. Their apps contain beautiful graphics and educational material.

Pricing and Availability:
Both apps are must-have apps for families with preschool children. Montessori Letter Sounds will be $1.99 (USD) for a limited time and Numberland is only $0.99.

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Founded by Montessori teachers who have had years of classroom experience with hundreds of children, Les Trois Elles Interactive is determined to offer qualitative educational apps on iPad and iPhone. Their objective is to provide parents and teachers Montessori based apps to use at home or at school. The Montessori Method relies on building autonomy and self-confidence by letting children do by themselves and offering them self-correcting materials to manipulate and respecting their individual rhythm. Copyright (C) 2012 Les Trois Elles Interactive. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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