Counting Numbers - Learn to Count
By Gap Web Agency Limited
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The "Counting Numbers - Learn to Count" app is the ideal app for youngsters who are taking their first steps in learning to count and numbers.
The app has been designed for infants and youngsters, and is an excellent introduction into the world of counting. Let your children have fun with the various games and puzzles on this app while at the same time, they will start to get familar with numbers and the sounds of numbers from 1 through to 100.
The app has a number of different sections, each of which provides youngsters with lots of fun moments, as well as teaching them to recognise and say various numbers.
There is a quiz section offering three different levels of quiz - easy, medium and hard - where youngsters can follow the various questions and see if they have the correct answer.
The video section of the app has a number of interesting and education videos clips featuring counting and numbers.
There is also a fun-filled puzzle section where you can play a number of different puzzle games that features images of numbers.
The app is very easy to use and enjoy. With it's various sound clips, neat graphics and easy to follow sections, your youngsters can enjoy lots of fun and education at the same time. The app is ideal for those who are looking to teach their kids the basics of numbers and counting.
Needs some TLC
I would not recommend buying this... the other reviewer is not exaggerating by much- it is extremely hard to understand and sounds if the person is standing in the middle of a very large echoing cave. Everything is very simple/basic straightforward, which may be useful for some learners- but I don't think it would hold most young learners attention- too dry. The Puzzles section seems out of place.
The narrators voice sounds like it was recorded in an echo-ey bathroom and put on slow mo. There is not much to the game. You can touch numbers 1-100 and hear the narrator say them. There is also a counting section, but it just shows a picture asking how many animals there are, and then you push a button under the pic to hear the narrator say the number.