Learning all About the Letters with #CypherKidsClub Reality Cards

My kids are 4 and 7 and like most kids today they love technology and I love using technology as a tool to help them learn new things. That is why I am so excited about Cypher Kids Reality Cards, they are a great way for your children to learn about letters, numbers and wild animals in a fun and interactive way.

You can use the Cypher Kids Club i3D interactive cards cards with any iPhone 3GSa and newer, with your iPod touch or with your Ipad. They basically work with any Apple device that uses the iOS 5.0 or newer operating system.

I decided to get a set of the Cypher Kids Club cards Letter Adventures because Sebastian is in Pre-K and is learning how to write. I bought them online on Apple.com . I just love being able to shop from the comfort of my home and in my PJs. Each set is $29.99 and they shipped for free. Not only that but it took only a couple of days for them to arrive, just in time for us to take them on our holiday trip.

We received the Cypher Kids Club i3D Letter Adventure cards and the kids loved the bright colors and I loved that they where sturdy and strong and can take a lot of loving.

After you buy the Cards you downloaded the Cypher Kids app on your Iphone or other mobile device. The app is free and you can find it easily simply by scanning the QR code right there here on the box.

Once you download the app you just place your phone or other mobile device in front of the card and watch it come alive. With the help of Digi and Beebot, two entertaining robots, children learn all about the letters using 3D graphics that just pop out of the screen. Both my kids loved trying to catch the robots and touching the other images of owls, dinosaurs and cars which seem to float in the air. All of this interaction truly made the learning fun and relevant for them because it was more like a game in which they where active participants.

We took the Cypher Kids Club i3D cards on our trip to see family and boy did they come in handy while we had to wait for our flight at the airport. My 4 year old can do this all by himself and both of my children where quiet and entertained for hours and by the time we get back home after the holidays I am sure they will have learned a lot with them.

The Cypher Kids Club cards could be a great gift for the holidays, I am thinking of getting the other two for the kids for Día de Reyes (a Latin American Holiday during which kids get three gift from the magi) and I just have to purchasing them online at Apple.com is so easy.

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10 thoughts on “Learning all About the Letters with #CypherKidsClub Reality Cards”

  1. I totally agree with you. There are so many fun things that kids can do with apps and they make great teaching tools for kids. Classroom lessons can get boring sometimes. Moreover, if you are having a hard time getting your little one to sit down and study then apps provide the perfect solution. Cypher Kids Reality Cards sound fascinating. Letter, numbers, animals are other basic stuff that kids to know is all over here. I am quite sure that such an app will get any kids attention in a jiffy.

    These apps are also a good solution for parents. You can buy them straight from home and access them from your computer anytime. No need to make time to go out and shop. In fact, it is a good idea to have a few of them stored for times when kids will get cranky. They will be smiling in seconds when you show them their new toy.

  2. Technology nowadays is very much a part of education and our children’s lives. They have fun. So they learn more. I will introduce this cyber kids club reality card to my daughter. This would really help her as she is in kidergarten 1 now.


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