3 Fun Preschool Learning Games for Kids and Babies: Happy Animals, Balloon Colors, Alphabet

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Great ad-free preschool games for kids & toddlers. Teach them colors, numbers, the alphabet, comparison, matching and train their environmental perception, hand-eye coordination, concentration, memory retention and logic. (some areas only in the extended version)- Very entertaining, funny, and motivating- Gorgeous, colorful high resolution graphics and awesome animations- High quality sound effects- A friendly voice guides your child through the game- No adsYour kids will have lots of fun and learn along the way.Game List:- Alphabet (5 Years+): Teach your child the alphabet with this very colorful educational game. Perfect for preschoolers. There is even a mode to practice the alphabet backwards.- Balloon Colors (3 Years+): In this kids game, colors are practiced in entertaining ways. When the child taps the correct balloon, it rises.- Happy Animals (1 Year+): Animals make their characteristic noises when touched and move comically.The extended version includes many more games:- Count the Fruits (3 Years+): Learn counting from 1 to 10. The numbers are said aloud and portrayed visually.- Find the Animal (2 Years+): This game teaches kids to identify animals. Great fun!- Find Pairs (4 Years+): From among different animals, your child must find an animal pair of the same type. Very good for concentration skills!- Kids Memory Game (3 Years+): Pictures are shown that the child is asked to remember. Later these are hidden, and the game asks which pictures the child has seen. Promotes concentration and memory!- Melodic Stars (1 Year+): At each touch of the screen, an animated star appears and plays a tone in a random pitch. Ideal for toddlers.- Pop the Bubbles (1 Year+): A very entertaining way to train the child's hand-eye coordination. Realistic physics and a great ocean background. Toddlers just love it!- Which Side Has More? (4 Years+): Fruits are shown on the left and right side of the game screen. Now the child is asked which side has more fruits.The games for toddlers may be played only under adult supervision. It is recommended that the child be guided through the game.About me: Hello, I'm Emma, and I developed this educational game pack. In my apps I strive to bring fun and learning together. I have created these games so they have as much influence on learning as possible. I want your kids to remain motivated and maintain positive attitudes toward learning. I hope you and your children enjoy my game pack. I would be delighted if you purchased the full version, which sells at a very low price.
Price USD0
License Free
File Size 18.76 MB
Version 1.0.6
Operating System iOS
System Requirements Compatible with iPhone 4. iTunes account required.
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