During the early years, kids or toddler do not really understand the meaning of everything. This makes it difficult for them to express their thoughts. But it always helps when they can identify things by looking at them. Does your kid know what musical instruments are and what are the different kinds of musical instruments? This application has been created with an intent of helping young kids memorize the names so that they can better express themselves.
Background: My kid (and I assume yours too) loves to do stuff on mobile phones or tablets. He would spend hours doing all sort of tapping and swiping. Being a toddler he does not understand much, but I did not want him to spend all the time watching videos or creating shiny dots. Hence, this app. I know this is not the first of its type and I myself have tried many before. But the content in all the apps I tried was very limited. Hence I thought of putting all in one place. My boy has been using it for the past few weeks and seems to be loving it. Let me know how your kid likes it. Turn your kids into a scholar NOW!
" How do you kid (supposedly in kindergarten or pre-school) benefit from this app?
-- Looks at high-quality pictures and listens to the pronunciation of the object name.
-- Learn different languages. This app supports English, Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish
-- Clicks on spelling to listen to the spelling. Hearing repeatedly makes him memorize it.
-- Colorful flash card based approach to allow them to swipe through while learning.
-- The content of all flash cards are targeted to suit the curriculum of kindergarten and preschool kids.
-- They would think they are playing but will end up learning a lot while using this app."