Winner of the Design Award for Best Educational App 2012 - Junior Magazine UK I believe apps like these are still hard to find but make the app-shop so much more interesting, creative and worth visiting with your kids. - Irene Hoofs, BloesemBlogs.com-----Count the Animals! Lite is a witty interactive picture book for toddlers and pre-schoolers learning to count. In this Lite version you learn to count from one to five, while playfully poking at one stubborn pony, magically pop three rabbits out of a black hat or waking up five sleeping turtles. SKILLS / COMPETENCIES learn to count from 1 to 5 develop the pre-math skill of connecting numbers to quantities learn cause and effect by tapping on an animal and see what it does learn to count in 21 languages and much more... /// Check out the full version which adds enough animals to count to 20. FEATURES quirky artwork with a vintage feel by Dutch illustrator Caroline Ellerbeck beautiful animation and unexpected effects tap on the animals with your fingers to make them jump/wriggle/fly and walk settings to turn on/off spoken numbers, turn on/off sound, to count backwards, count in random order, count with numbers shown/not shown etc. available in 21 languages, from Arabic to Portuguese to Swiss German and many more HOW TO PLAYFor younger children: just tap the animals and experience more, less and a lot or a few For older children: - hear the numbers spoken aloud, learn to count from 1 to 5 - and even backwards For parents: - learn to count in another language - switch off the voice-over and guide your child yourself - switch on the voice-over and let your child play by itself - start basic mathematics: poke one more turtle - how many do you have left? LANGUAGESCount the Animals! contains these 21 languages: Arabic, Chinese, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Swiss German.----- The app has a great sense of humour, makes funny noises, and gives chance to learn you child (yourself as well) to count till 20, in 16 languages! We downloaded it yesterday and my soon really likes it. - Agata With beautifully-crafted interactive animations and easy to use controls, it looks like a lovely little app for kidlets learning to count to twenty. - Maddy, lilmagoolie.com
||Compatible with iPad. iTunes account required.