Yippee! We are going for a walk! There are so many interesting things outside! And your child puts on watertights instead of winter boots, and takes a colorful hat when it’s snowing outside. What is the right way to teach a child how to pick clothes for the weather? We can easily help with it!
The new app “Guess the Dress” will help children to associate the correct type of clothes with a season. Two funny guys are going for a walk, and they cannot decide what clothes better to wear for it. Kid needs to help them and pick the right clothes for a walk, based on the season outside.
After chosen guy is dressed up, let him go outside! Does he look happy and smile? Good for you, everything is right! But if he frowns and shivers with cold, probably you did something wrong. Maybe better change clothes?
Friendly atmosphere of the game and colorful illustrations will draw attention of kids and keep them learning and having fun. Your child will be excited to try on clothes for smiling guys over and over again!
User interface of the app is pretty simple and easy to use. Child just need to pick a season, click on character and correctly choose clothes for a walk.
“Guess the Dress” does not contain in-app purchases or social media buttons.
▸ through playing teach children to think logically
▸ stimulates children’s creative and problem-solving processes
▸ provides knowledge necessary in a everyday life
Your kids will enjoy our app and they will probably not notice that they are learning during playing the game.
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Ratings and Reviews
It's a Winner
I use this in speech language therapy with great success. Great for teaching concepts, social language, theory of mind, speech production and of course receptive and expressive language . My students work for it as a reward!
Good game but needs more options
Good concept of a game, but there needs to be more options!!! Instead of applying the whole outfit, why not let kids pick a shirt, then pick some pants? I would also like to see interactions with the environment (I.e. being able to tap on the teddy bear in the room, or the umbrellas for some reaction). Good app that definitely opens the discussion about weather and appropriate clothing, but I would like there to be more options for kids to express their creativity and individuality with choices in the style or even color of clothing.
I am a speech therapist, and I used this today with a little guy with Down Syndrome, and he loved it! Colorful, intuitive, and I love the themed mini-games after you dress your character appropriately.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.