It's Preschool Prep Company's iPhone game: Meet the Shapes! Featuring the shape characters from the award-winning Meet the Shapes DVD. Your little ones can test their knowledge about the shapes by picking them out as they are called!
Two shapes appear on screen. The narrator calls out the name of a shape, and when your child taps the correct shape it transforms into the character from the award-winning Meet the Shapes DVD. Large shapes make it easy for little fingers to tap, and fun celebratory music in each scene encourages them to play over and over again!
- Featuring: Circle, Diamond, Octagon, Oval, Rectangle, Square, Star and Triangle
- Simple enough for your baby or toddler
- BIG shapes for little fingers to tap
- Bonus dance scene at the end of each game
- Fun celebration after each correct answer
BE SURE TO CHECK OUT OTHER PRESCHOOL PREP COMPANY GAMES IN THE APP STORE! As well as other Preschool Prep Company products at: www.preschoolprepco.com
*There have been known compatibility issues with iOS version 7 or older, please update your device software via iTunes if you are having issues with this or any of our other apps.
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Unusable due to ads
All of the preschool prep games have an irritating flaw - and not just that they are irritating. Kids love the repetition even if it makes an adult want to tear their hair out.
The problem is that instead of just launching into the app; there is home screen. This is largely unnecessary because each app does only one thing with no settings or options. But there are two arrows on the home screen that take you out of the app and either to the app store or to the company's website. My son is CONSTANTLY frustrated because he keeps hitting the "back" button and then following the arrows to these sites. I'm removing what these from my phone because I can't stand the screaming every 5 seconds. The whole point of these games is to teach to barely verbal children.
Our 18 month old loves these
She squeals with glee when we give her the phone with any of the preschool prep apps on it. My only complaints are the blank pauses between her getting the item correct and the cheering characters, and the occasional crashes/game freezes. Whenever it crashes (which is most frequent on numbers), she has a concerned look on her face & hands me back my phone. However, we are anxiously awaiting the sight word apps.
Too easy to swipe back to menu
Too easy to swipe back to menu. My son is constantly swiping back to the menu which causes two scenes to overlap each other.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.