Parents - Grandparents
Does your kid print like a baby?
Slow? Ugly words you can't read?
Can your kid cursive write yet?
My name is Joe Martyniuk (mart-nick). I invented a way to turn student's
phones/tablets with Android into practice tablets. To teach kids/adults to
print and write letters, numbers, words, and names with timed, interactive
workouts. Students put a finger or 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 a letter/number is finished. Its a process called connect-
ing the JoeyDots. The device waits for, and then goes as fast as the student.
We have three sizes of letters; giant, medium, and tiny for two reasons.
First, to make sure at least one size will run on a student's phone/tablet.
Second, to build skills starting with giant size letters for beginners, then
medium size letters for intermediate students, tiny for advanced students.
This is a very good way to build hand/eye coordination and muscle memory.
I believe but can't prove learning to print letters helps students learn to read.
Fruit rejected my apps so no fruit apps. Apps only for devices with Android.
The Totals page in each app lists the fastest time of all time until you reset it.
Apps are timed, so find out who's faster, you/your kid. Attend tournaments.
Share with classmates who can't afford $3, don't have device with Android.
I want to make academic sports as much fun and exciting as athletic sports.
Free ReadAlf and other Reading Workouts/Contests click here.
PrintAlf and other Printing Workouts/Contests click here.
WriteAlf and other Cursive Writing Workouts/Contests click here.
Online contests click here.
TVChamps TV Game Shows click here.
Japanese Contests/Workouts click here.
Free Giant PrintCaps app here.
Free Giant WriteCaps app here.
Free TV1 Champs app here.
Free TV2 Champs app here.
Free TV3 Champs app here.
Free TV4 Champs app here.
Free TV5 Champs app here.