Kids Siddur סידור לילדים
By tamira HERSHTIK
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סידור לילדים נועד ללמד את ילדכם כיצד לברך ולהתפלל בנועם
בשירה ובשמחה תוך כדי שימוש בחוויות אינטראקטיביות
מהנות, מוזיקליות וחינוכיות
השילוב הייחודי של מוזיקה, אנימציה ואינטראקציה עם מסכי
המגע ככלי להעברת ערכי המסורת והחינוך היהודי יעניקו
לילדכם חוויה לימודית, איכותית ומהנה
The Kids Siddur app strives to teach young children the basics of daily prayer while providing an interactive and entertaining educational experience. Through the use of music, animation, and touch screen interaction, the Kids Siddur app offers a fun and engaging approach to learning the traditions of daily Jewish prayer.
iShtik is dedicated to developing applications for the various touch screen platforms to provide fun, interactive and musical learning experiences for our little ones...probably the number one users of our smartphones and tablets!
In addition to the annoying navigation, as has been mentioned by others, there's a bigger problem I have with this app:
I've been encouraging my son to wear a yarmulke recently, as it's not something he likes very much. Tonight, I sat down with my son to watch this app (that's pretty much all you can do with it), and to my great surprise, we watch as the animated boy slips his yarmulke off his head before he goes to sleep! What a lesson for my (yarmulke-averse) son, or any Jewish boy for that matter!
Don't get me wrong: if a parent feels that their son doesn't have to sleep with a yarmulke, I don't care if they let him take it off. But why should that be featured in a Jewish animation, as if to say that is the right thing to do?!
Developer, if you are listening, know that I wanted to contact you about this and see your reaction before writing a review, but your contact info isn't readily available on iTunes or Google as far as I can tell. I hope you fix this, so we can go back to enjoying your app.
Awesome Spiritual App
I put my little one to bed the other night playing the Hamalach song .... she woke up asking for Modeh Ani. It's a fabulous, fun, well designed and musical app that has all the ingredients to make tefilah appetizing for a young child learning how to connect with Hashem. I also trust it will help young children getting the Hebrew pronounciation rightfrom a very young age. Overall, highly recommended app.
My kids 6 and 3 love this app, the only problem is that there is no option to go to the main menu, need to press either back or forward to get to the page that is needed if you in the middle of the prayers, but the rest of the app is fun and interactive, no need to press anything and it just play with little pause. Will defiantly recommend, worth the price.