Minor game improvements.
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Let your kids explore shapes while improving their reding skills. Children will love the ADORABLE ILLUSTRATIONS and SOUNDS! The option of included spoken names makes this app also ideal for toddlers just beginning to recognize animal pictures.
And what are you bound to learn through such experience? Expect to improve in all of the following areas:
* Reading of written shape names!
* Shape recognition!
* Memory skills
* Fine motor skills (in toddlers)
* Increased motivation to read and learn
The learning takes place through a game activity, during which children are asked to place the shapes to the train in the order their names are written (and possibly pronounced).
There are nine progressively more difficult levels of this activity as the number of the shapes to be placed gets longer and the time needed to do so shorter. The motivational component is the constant praise for successful efforts and the possibility of the top score improvement --don't miss the train, answer correctly and get more and more points!
In the Settings, the game can be modified so that the tasks (the order of the shapes to be placed in the train) are read aloud, and therefore the app can be also suitable for very small children, who are just learning the names of the animals!
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- June 08, 2012 New version 1.1
- April 14, 2012 Initial release