An easy to use, early learners painting and coloring app. Alphabet Paint has 4 groups of coloring sheets, with 26 activities in each. One for each letter of the English Alphabet, so great for exploring the letter sounds.
Click the app icon, which will open and launch the Sensory App in a new browser tab.
Clicking or tapping the app launch screen will load app and fill the screen or window.
If the app fills the window, maximise the window to full screen using your browser menu or settings, and the app will run as full screen.
Press ESC key, click/tap the X button to remove the app from full screen, and it will continue to run in its tab or window. Close the tab or window if you are finished.
Sensory Alphabet Paint contains 4 groups of coloring templates, with 26 paintings to be completed. One for each letter of the English Alphabet, so great for exploring the letter sounds. The paintings could also help with early word use and starting letter sound exploration. AlphabetPaint starts in fill mode, and you can change to freehand mode by pressing the top icon.
There are two simple painting modes – freehand and tap to fill – and they can be combined to fill in your freehand paintings. You can also create a fun animation effect once the painting is completed. Pressing the Back arrow chooses the blank canvas, and each of the 4 modes of difficulty features a smaller brush.
Switch Access and Adaptive XBox Controller
AlphabetPaint is an ideal early learner digital painting app, that can also be used with an XBox Controller or Microsoft Adaptive Controller with a joystick, the DPAD, inbuilt switch or suitable external switches. The joystick moves the onscreen cursor, A button selects/deselects painting and settings. AlphabetPaint is one of a series of Sensory painting and art apps, including FirstPaint, Mandala Patterns, FunPainting and Coloco.
How to Install & App Store Links
Install on Windows PC, Mac, Chromebook
Make sure your Windows PC, or Apple Mac has either the Google Chrome Browser or new Microsoft Edge Chromium Browser installed. Your Chromebook will already have the Chrome browser. Below we use our SandBox app as an example, which applies to all our apps.
Click the app icon above, whilst using Chrome or Edge browser, which will open and launch the Sensory App in a new browser tab
Look for the “Install” button (+ or ↓) that appears in the browser address bar, in top right area of the screen. Press this Install button and the installer pop-up will appear. See the examples screenshots below on Chrome and Edge browsers on a Mac.
You will find the Sensory app icon added to your desktop or programs list/folder. Once installed the app does not require a web connection, and will run large screen on launch from the app icon.
Click the app icon above using the Safari browser, which will open and launch the Sensory App in a new Safari browser tab/window. The app will launch and run.
Press the Share icon () and you can add the Sensory app icon to the Home Screen.
Once installed on an iOS device, the app may require a web connection (depends on the device), and will run large screen on launch from the app icon. We recommend holding the device in landscape orientation for most Sensory Apps, for the best experience.
Click the app icon or the install link in Chrome Android browser, which will open and launch the Sensory App in a new Chrome browser tab. The app will launch and run.
Press the Action Menu (3 vertical dots) and you can install the App from this menu.
Once installed the app does not require a web connection, and will run large screen on launch from the app icon. We recommend holding the device in landscape orientation for most Sensory Apps, for the best experience.
Here is a video showing the install and uninstall process on an Android device.
Get from App Stores
Many of our apps are also available from the main apps stores, free and low cost. Click the logos below to visit our App Stores pages.
Sensory Apps Video Channel
You can view short videos on most of our apps on our Youtube Channel.