Nenuco Happy School

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With Nenuco hAPPy School you can become the teacher at Nenuco's interactive school. If you already have your Nenuco hAPPy school, you can now connect to this APP so you can enjoy the best interactive school game with your Nenuco. Create your teacher profile to organise students in each class, schedule activities. and start the fun. Check the daily activity list, it can start with language class or maths but wait and see it when Nenuco answers all the questions. To interact with the APP Nenuco will raise her arm when she knows an answer which will make progress further in the game. Have all your students have attended? I hope so, as you have to make sure they are on time when you take the register. There are field trips to plan at the museum or the school farm. At each area you visit there are different activities to play with your Nenuco on that she will interact with to make the game more fun. There is also playtime or lunchtime, where you have to organise giving each student the different food that they ask for. Nenuco hAPPy School has lots of mini-games as well. All this and more to enjoy with the hAPPy school APP, a fun and educational game, with which you can connect your Nenuco hAPPy School doll to and enjoy the best interactive gaming experience. SUPPORTED DEVICESThe Nenuco Happy School app supports these Android devices running Android 4. 4 and above: SAMSUNG GALAXY S4, S5, S6, S7SAMSUNG GALAXY EDGE S6, S7SAMSUNG GALAXY MINI S4SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE 3, 4, 5, 10, 1"SAMSUNG GALAXY TAB 3 (10. 1" model only) SAMSUNG GALAXY TAB 4 (7", 8", 10. 1") GOOGLE NEXUS 9GOOGLE PIXEL CMOTOROLA MOTO X (Generation 1, 2) The Nenuco Happy School app supports these Kindle devices running Fire OS 5 and above: Fire HD 6 (2014) Fire (2015) Fire HD 8 (2015) Fire HD 10 (2015) Make sure your device supports this app before downloading. Other devices may be compatible but are not supported. Updates affect compatibility.
License Free
Version 4.0.0
Operating System Android
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