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Double the fun!
Another exciting and kid-friendly iPad app from Punflay, ABC Numbers introduces numbers and letters to preschoolers in a colorful and attractive setting.
ABC Numbers has two parts to it. Kids will have a great time getting introduced to letters, phonics and pre-writing skills. Touch the letters to listen to its sound. For example, touching the letter A will display the picture of an ant and voiceover will sound the letter A and the word ant. This phonics exercise will help kids learn the relationship between letters and sounds. Your child can also practice early writing skills by tracing on the upper and lower case letters of the alphabet. A color palette allows you to color the letters by rubbing on the space. And oh, we haven’t forgotten everyone’s favorite, the ABC song. Yes, your child will surely love listening to the song with the pull of a ring on the screen.
Besides teaching early literacy concepts, kids will also have fun learning basic math skills. Tap any number from 1 to 10 and hear a friendly voice announce the number. The screen also displays that many objects. For added fun, kids can choose to count fish, flowers or birds. Tap the color wheel on the screen and watch the objects change color.
Chances are that your child will want to play with the app all his/her waking hours!
• Bright and enticing visuals
• Kid-friendly toy-like interface
• Big and attractive buttons
• Fun color wheel
• Develops early reading and math skills
• Practice early writing skills
A fun educational app for toddlers.
It's really cute and just like a real pull-string toy.
Bright and Fun!
This app is very simple but so bright and kid-friendly. There are two parts: 123 and ABC. In 123 you click a number on the left and that many of an item appears. It only goes up to 10 and allows you to tap on an object to subtract it which it then counts down for you. You can change the object to one of three images: Fish, Flowers, or Birds, as well as change the color of the numbers from the top left color wheel. You can also click the Music Note for it to play music, with a few choices available. In ABC, you have all the letters on a wheel to the left (reminds me of the Price is Right Wheel) and you go to each letter and it displays and item associated with that letter - "Q" is Queen. It shows a picture of a Queen, the letter "Q", and allows you to trace a capital and lowercase letter in one of three colors! You can also pull the star string on the right which will sing the alphabet song. My boys love this app because they are learning their numbers and letters right now, this app makes it fun! It is also easy to navigate and doesn't have any buttons to really push.