Now iOS 7 compatible.
Abby's Train - Learning colors is a new app from a series developed by a team of educational experts from 22learn designed to best prepare your children for success in the kindergarten curriculum. Its simple, yet modifiable, child-friendly interface offers children an engaging way to master the essential skill of color identification and vocabulary.
*** "This app provided a perfect practice for my daughter. Thanks to it, she is already one step ahead of her peers. And I wish you could see how much she loves the monkey!" *** Janet R., a mother of two.
*** "Very effective and engaging way to teach colors." *** Richard W., a kindergarten teacher.
*** "That is so cool! Sticker, sticker!" *** Martin, beta-tester, 3 years.
We at 22learn understand that each child develops at his or her own pace and has unique needs, the application, therefore, allows parents / teachers both to modify the maximum number of colored objects (1-10) the child will be choosing from and the targeted educational content in a form of particular colors to be learned (blue, red, yellow, green, orange, pink, purple, black, white, grey, and brown). In this way, the application can be tailored to suit the needs of precisely your child!
To make the game more engaging, the child's task is to place an object (various toys etc.) of a particular color into a train. After each level accomplished (three objects correctly placed into the train), the child can choose a sticker as a reward.
*** "Yeah, green! Got a sticker!" *** Adam, beta-tester, 3.5 years.
For further reinforcement of motivation to learn in a stimulating and friendly environment, the monkey character is there always ready to enthusiastically praise children for all their efforts. Children will love the monkey jumping out of joy accompanied by fun sound effects when they get a correct response!
Moreover, the game keeps children challenged as it gets progressively more difficult after each level -- the number of objects to choose from approaches the maximum number as modified in the Settings.
To allow for natural learning development, we recommend parents to first pick just the colors the child already knows, and then gradually add new colors to be learned. At first, it is best when the child chooses only from two or three colors, and the range of targeted colors is enlarged subsequently.
Based on our two decades of experience in the educational field, we made every effort to make sure that the design of this app is as easy-to-use for this special age category as possible, and that the whole app is both fun and educational. We hope that your children will enjoy it the same way our little beta-testers did. Thank you for your purchase!
- June 16, 2014 Initial release