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+ Winner of the Editor’s Choice Award for Excellence in Design from Children’s Technology Review
+ “This is one of the most thought-out and comprehensive apps that we have seen.” - Technology in (Spl) Education
+ “Injini has really taken care to make sure that this is not a ‘yay, everyone wins no matter what’ kind of game, but a real learning game.” –Cool Mom Tech
+ “Whether you are working with children with disabilities or want to help your young child develop in a fun yet challenging manner, I strongly recommend Injini." -David Boniske, Occupational Therapist, Albany Unified School District

Developed by experts and endorsed by parents and teachers, Injini’s collection of learning games offers meaningful play to young children, especially toddlers and preschoolers with cognitive, language, and fine motor delays. The games contain an extraordinary wealth of content: 10 feature games with 90 puzzles, over 100 beautiful illustrations, 8 farm-themed mini-games and more. Injini is ideally suited for early intervention - it brings fun to learning and at the same time practices children’s fine motor and language skills, understanding of cause and effect, spatial awareness, memory and visual processing.



Inspired by children with special needs, Injini's game developers worked for two years with parents, early childhood educators, and occupational, speech, and cognitive experts to create superior play-based learning experiences that help young children reach developmental milestones. The games were designed for and tested with children with autism, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome and various developmental delays, as well as typically developing preschoolers - they love it too!


WATCH THE DEMO: http://bit.ly/nkLdie


***Injini Highlights***


- 10 learning games for children with special needs

- Designed for school and home use

- Educational discounts

- Intuitive game design promotes independent play
- Child-friendly level advancement – no-penalty philosophy

- Printable supplements, tips, and support available at www.injini.net



***Injini Games***


* Balloons: Learn colors and shapes while practicing auditory and visual processing skills

* Farm: 8 mini games that cultivate curiosity and responsibility

* Find It: Practice and improve auditory processing and visual discrimination

* Frog: Improve prewriting skills by feeding the hungry frog
* Letters: Develops capital and lowercase letter and phonemic awareness
* Matching: Tap the matching picture card to make a pair

* Pattern: Tap the correct picture card to complete the pattern

* Puzzle: Put the puzzles together to develop cognitive and fine motor skills

* Squares: Tap the squares in the order that they were highlighted
* Tracing: Move the ball along the path to trace the shapes



***Injini Features***


- Subtle level changes support different stages of development

- Short tutorials model how to play each game

- Help button gives hints to boost confidence

- Clearly defined game starts and endings for a distinct learning experience

- Superb artwork, music and real voice files

Project Injini also offers My First AAC, the alternative and augmentative communication application designed specifically for young children.

Project Injini is a member of Moms with Apps, a collaborative group of family-friendly developers seeking to promote quality apps for kids and families.
Recommended Ages: 1-3, 4-7
Categories: Creative Play, Early Learning, Colors, Shapes, Matching, Games, Reading, Sight Words, Vocabulary, Special Needs

What's New

Version 1.8

Bug Fixed

Ratings and Reviews

4 out of 5

18 Ratings

18 Ratings

A Bit Pricy But Well Worth the Cost

School Account Lamle

Really Injini is more of a complete learning suite of games. The app is well thought out and offers a superior learning experience for young children.
The developer really did their research and the mini games are definitely developmentally appropriate for young children, along with being fun.
I would consider Injini to be more of a brain training app comparable to Fit Brain for Kids by Rosetta Stone without the monthly subscription fees and geared towards children who are slightly younger.
Regardless of how Injini is classified the app offers exception learning thru a variety of fun and interactive games.

This app stopped working with iPads that have iOS 10.3.3 and lower

Geronimo de Cuesta

This app stopped working with iPads that have iOS 10.3.3 and lower
Please fix or return my money

Fantastic!

Villagelinca

Got the full version of the Injini Suite after having the Lite version for about two months. My 22-month-old son loves these games. When he first started playing on the iPad about 2 months ago he could really only play the balloon game (he could only tap on objects initially), but through playing, he learned how to slide objects. He spends a lot of time on the puzzles, the tracing game, and the drawer game now. So glad to have the full version so he can progress further in the levels. He is still exploring the new areas. I like how the words are printed out when completing the puzzles and traced pictures as my son, who has a speech delay, tries to say these words.

My son uses the iPad when we are waiting for his older brother when he takes various classes or sometimes when we are out shopping. People often ask us what this game is, so I am regularly directing people to the app. I hope they are buying it or at least getting the Lite version, because it is great for little kids. Love the graphics too, very cute. Just wish the price for the full version wasn't so high, but in the end, I decided it was worth it and I wanted to show my support for the development of such games.

Information

Seller
NCSOFT
Size
479.4 MB
Category
Education
Compatibility
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.
Languages
English
Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© NCSOFT
Price
$29.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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