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Ansel and Clair - Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous Dinosaurs apps each include a wonderful use of multi-media and interactions to create highly educational dinosaur-themed applications.
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Ansel & Clair series of apps have won 19 awards from prestigious parenting and product review organizations including:
•Parent’s Choice 2012 Silver Award Winner
•Dr. Toy Top 10 Tech Products of 2011
•2012 Media of the Year Award - Creative Child Magazine
•National Parenting Publications (NAPPA) 2012 Silver Award
•Dr. Toy Top 100 Products of 2011
•2011 and 2012 Mom’s Choice Awards
•Parent's Choice 2011 Recommended Product Award
The latest app titled “Ansel & Clair: Triassic Dinosaurs” is part of the dinosaur trilogy along with “Ansel & Clair: Cretaceous Dinosaurs” and “Ansel & Clair: Jurassic Dinosaurs”.
All three apps in the Dinosaur Trilogy begin with Ansel & Clair visiting a modern dinosaur dig site. Meet paleontologist Dr. Lindy Bones, learn about cool fossil tools and then dig for fossils from the Triassic period. Travel back in time to meet Triassic dinosaurs and other creatures learn a variety of different concepts and contextual subjects including science, geography, geology, and of course zoology, without even realizing it.
Spectacular interactions & animations, stunning visuals, puzzles & games bring the Triassic Dinosaurs and other Triassic animals to life
−Plateosaurus, one of the largest Triassic dinosaurs found so far
−Eudimorphodon, a flying reptile that belonged to the family of Pterosaurs
−Ammonites, squid-like water creatures that came in different shapes & sizes
−Coelophysis, small theropod dinosaurs that hunted in packs
−Eoraptor, which was mistakenly identified as the earliest ancestor of Tyrannosarus
−Eodromaeus, correctly identified to be the earliest ancestor of Tyrannosaurus (scientists made this change in 2011)
−Eozostrodon, which was one of the earliest mammals, but it laid eggs
−Eoraptor, one of the earliest ancestors of the giant Sauropods of the Jurassic
−Ichthyosaur, dolphin-like marine animal that was marime reptile that laid eggs
Science, history, geography and geology incorporated in a fun, contextual manner
−Why were there no date fruit in the Triassic or any fruit trees or flowers?
−Did you know why Ansel was so out of breath in the Triassic?
−Did the meat-eating dinosaurs hunt alone or in packs?
−How do scientist know whether a dinosaurs was a plant-eater or meat-eater’’’?
−Do all mammals give birth to live babies? Which ones lay eggs?
−Can reptiles fly?
−Why did only very few dinosaur actually become fossils?
−Why did the Triassic earth look nothing like the present day earth?
Children of all ages will have fun while learning. They will also be able to take photographs using Ansel’s camera and record them in the Travel Log. “Ansel & Clair: Triassic Dinosaurs” will provide children with hours of fun and educate them at the same time.
Here is what reviewers had to say about other Ansel & Clair apps:
•This is one of the best educational apps for kids on the iPad – USA Today
•Great fun for kids, and very educational – Wired / Geekdad
•A hidden gem! This magnificent-looking app takes kids on a magical learning adventure through Africa – Commonsense Media
•One of the BEST apps I have seen. I am truly amazed – iPad Curriculum
•Incredible educational app…The students gave the app an initial road-test last week and I haven’t been able to get them off since! – Teachers With Apps
•Top 35 Must-Have Educational iPhone and iPad Apps Used by Real Teachers in the Classroom – Appolicious
•Best Kids iPads Learning Apps Winter 2013 – Imagination Soup
•The 12 Best Children’s Educational iPad Apps Released In 2012 – Teachers with Apps
•Cognitive Kid Changes the Way History will be Taught – Teachers with Apps
To learn more about Ansel & Clair products, visit www.anselandclair.com
November 30, -0001 Initial Release