Toddler Cards for iPad - Ultimate Collection
By Touch Village Inc.
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Toddlers Cards for iPad - Ultimate Collection is a great educational application for your toddler. Help your toddler learn the alphabet, numbers, colors & shapes with these fun flashcards. Ultimate collection also includes animals, fruits & veggies, musical instruments & sports cards.
Flashcard Sets Included:
- Alphabet (ABC's)
- Numbers (123's)
- Fruits & Veggies
- Musical Instruments
- "Shuffle" mode to randomize flash cards
- Fun & entertaining sounds!
Tried a few other flashcard apps, this is definitely one of the better ones. Works great and its really fun for kids.
happy i downloaded this one
I don't get the point of this app. I wanted something to help my 2 year old learn her colors and shapes and figured a "flash card" like app would be great.
Imagine how effective those old math flash cards would be if your teacher held up a card with "2 x 2 =" and instantly said "FOUR!". You're not going to learn anything.
First, I'm annoyed that I spent $3 on the app and about 2 hours later it dropped to $2.
Second, how is a child supposed to look at a color/object/letter and learn anything when a little girl's voice immediately tells them the answer? My 2 year old can repeat the color after the little girl says it. Does she remember the color? No, she's just repeating.
Third, while trying to correct my child when she mispronounces a color or shape, your app keeps saying "tap the screen to turn the page" about 5 seconds after announcing the color. This gets really annoying, fast. Please give us the option to disable this. With a small child, I'm going to be the one holding the iPad, not them.
I would like to see more quizzing with object recognition. Children learn from repetition. Let's take shapes for example.. How about a page with 4 shapes and it says "Find the circle". Or even "Find the letter B" etc. Now they're taking what they learned and are putting it to work while actually thinking!
Adding things like this would make the app worth the $3 I spent on it. I understand the amount of work that goes into creating apps, but I'm feeling a bit ripped off.