Ready, Set, Splat! In this Paint Splat app, which features the hilariously quirky duck, Quack and his plucky robin friend, Chirp, kids make Quack jump on paint tubes to mix colors on the fence. Watch out for the hose!
Paint Splat offers kids the opportunity to experiment with mixing colors or match a color Chirp holds up a on a card. If the color orange, purple or green (which make up the secondary color group) is successfully created, Chirp offers some of the harder-to-mix tertiary colors. Like many of our games, this one gets harder only if the player is succeeding.
By tapping on the paint tubes, players can make Quack squirt up to two blobs of blue, yellow, and red paint onto a fence. Tapping on the hose washes the paint off, enabling kids to have a fresh start.
Kids can experiment with mixing whatever colors they like or they can try to match the color Chirp holds up.
The PEEP and the Big Wide World Paint Splat app from WGBH was produced by WGBH, the producers of PEEP and the Big Wide World, with additional development work by CloudKid. The animated series PEEP and the Big Wide World gives wings to the innovative idea of teaching science to preschoolers. Wry and distinctive visual humor, charming plotlines, and lovable characters combine with a comprehensive science curriculum to attract and engage kids three to five years old.
For more exciting PEEP and the Big Wide World content, visit http://www.peepandthebigwideworld.com.
Updated for iOS 8.
Ratings and Reviews
Cute, but somewhat limited by its nature
It's cute-it shows you a secondary color or tertiary color to mix. After that though, you can't really go much further. Maybe different characters or sounds from characters would make it a little more interesting.
Not fun but tell you what!
It's not fun, but I still get to know the mix colors, and I'm not 5 or under. But tell you what, now whenever I wanna mix colors with clay, drawings and more, I will be able to find my color like...for example, I wanna know what red, yellow and green make.....I just go here. So.....ill keep it. Sorry for the long review.
My son loves the show, have to admit, I do too. The game came right on time since we're working on color mixing right now. It's simple, fun, and to the point. I try to test out anything I download for my kids before turning it over to them and I believe my 4 year old will have no problem using this app alone. That was very important to me. I'm confident he'll be entertained, at least for a while, since the color mixing gets a bit more challenging with the number of colors you need to mix to make the target color. If nothing else, he will love watching Quack be silly. I look forward to seeing more apps like this one.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.