My name is Joe Martyniuk (mart-nick). I invented a way to turn a
phone or tablet with Android into a practice tablet. To teach kids
and adults to print and write letters, numbers, words, and names
with timed, interactive workouts. Students put finger, pen directly
on the screen over the first square JoeyDot. Then students draw
a line to the next JoeyDot, and to the next Joeydot, until letter or
number is finished. Its a process called connecting the JoeyDots.
The device waits for, and then goes as fast as the student.
There are three sizes of letters; giant, medium, and tiny for two
reasons. First, to make sure at least one size will run on student's
phone/tablet. Second, to build skills starting with giant sized letters
for beginners, then medium sized letters for intermediate students.
Finally tiny sized letters for advanced students. Try my free Giant
PrintCaps and Giant WriteCaps, medium/tiny AllCaps.
This is a very good way to build hand/eye coordination and muscle
memory. The other company rejected my apps, so apps are only for
devices with Android. The apps are timed, so find out who's faster,
you or your kid. I want to make academic sports as much fun as
athletic sports. So we will hopefully have tournaments. If you don't
have a device with Android, buy a cheap one to do these apps.