Children are fascinated by trucks, cars, boats, trains, planes – anything that moves, big and small. That’s why they’ll love this Kizzu early learning game, from Sherston, for pre-school children aged between one and three.
How it works
The app features 100 vehicles in 12 categories. Highlights include:
- Monster truck
- F1 racing car
- Police car
- Jumbo jet
- Steam engine
- Snow plough
- Car transporter
- Fire engine
We’ve created this popular flash-card style app with colourful graphics, energetic sound and vibrant animations to help children develop their vocabulary skills.
Word categories include:
· Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)
· Literacy – Reading
· Understanding the world - Technology
Suggested age range: 1-3 years old.
For teachers, practitioners and parents
At Sherston, we know that if you're going to give your child an app to play with, you have to trust it. All our Kizzu apps are designed to give children the confidence to have fun as they explore and develop their skills.
Through each stage of their development, all our apps are worked on collaboratively with our panel of testers and educational experts.
All our interfaces are specifically designed with younger children in mind. This ensures the app meets the expectations of teachers, practitioners, parents and children everywhere.
- update app's icon
- added parents section for Big Clever Learning subscribers
Ratings and Reviews
Cute and engaging. Easy for my toddlers to use. Both my 2 year old and 5 year old enjoy it. The little ones are learning to speak, and my eldest is learning to read. A great buy!
My son, 2, loves this app. It is just flash cards of vehicles but the names are very specific and he appreciates that. However today he was very sad about the military vehicles having apparently disappeared. We have paid for the full version and this is pretty crushing for him. No new vehicles have been added either, so is it now 96 or 94 vehicles? Bad call, whether you like the military personally, just let the kids look at whatever interests them.
My son has played with this app since before he was one. He loves the music and all of the vehicles. The visual combined with the auditory has ensured he knows the names of all of them. We still laugh when he says tuk tuk. The only improvement would be a sound clip of the vehicle itself.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.