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Description

*** Full Version of the App - No further purchase required

*** Fun EDUCATIONAL game for toddlers of AGE 2 and up
*** SORT AND CLASSIFY by shape, color, seasons, vehicles, and much more
*** Developed with certified child psychologists
*** 12 beautiful mini-game boards

About the game:
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This is the first and most simple game in the TinyHands Sorting series.
The game consists of 12 beautiful environments each focused on a set of basic concepts from the child's world such as shapes, colors, seasons, and animals.

The game is designed to enhance the following skills:
- Sorting and classifying
- Hand-eye coordination
- Concentration
- Visual perception
- Vocabulary

Game Boards:
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The game consists of 12 boards ordered in an ascending level of difficulty.
The boards were carefully chosen in order to represent basic concepts from the child's world.

The field: Sort butterflies by COLOR.
Dogs screen: Classify dogs by SIZE.
Star, heart, and circle screen: Classify geometric SHAPES.
The laundry: Classify by COLOR.
Triangle, star, circle and square screen: Classify objects by their SHAPES.
Koalas: Sort clothes by their SIZE.
Circle, triangle, orange and green screen: Classify by SHAPES AND COLOR.
Squirrels screen: Classify squirrels by SIZE.
My food screen: Classify by ANIMALS TYPICAL FOOD
Day and night screen: Contextually sort objects by TIME OF DAY
My house screen: Classify animals by their HABITAT
Summer and winter screen: Contextually sort by SEASON

TinyHands Games:

TinyHands Sorting Series
A set of sorting games designed to help children acquire basic concepts such as shape, color, size seasons and animals. Game boards are organized in an ascending difficulty level starting from basic sorting followed by more complex context based sorting and classification environments.

TinyHands Towers Series
A set of stacking games. The game is designed to help children acquire basic concepts such as: big VS. small, before VS. after, and bottom VS. top. Game boards are organized in an ascending difficulty level.

TinyHands What's My Pair Series
A series of three pair matching games. The game challenges the child to match pairs, initially based on visual aspects alone and in more advanced screens based on logic and understanding of card content.

TinyHands First Words Series
A set of vocabulary games for children of age 1.5 and up.
The game consists of 10 boards, each focused on a different theme from the child's world such as shapes, colors, clothes, animals and vehicles.

TinyHands Raccoon TreeHouse
This game is intended for toddlers aged 3+. The game presents 12 boards each focused on developing a set of basic concepts such as size, colors, numbers and patterns using everyday objects from the child's world such as clothes, food and many more.

TinyHands Town Center
Educational game recommended for age 3+. This game includes 10 beautiful boards each focused on developing a set of basic concepts such as size, colors, numbers and patterns using everyday objects from the child's world such as clothes, food and many more.

TinyHands Connect The Dots
The game consists of 12 mini game boards each presents a beautiful and magical scene. Each board contains several parts. The parts can be completed by connecting the numbered dots in a specific order. Upon completion, each part is dragged to gradually build an object. When all parts are drawn the scene is magically created and revealed. Designed for children aged 3+.

Note for parents:
Like all our games, this game is designed to provide quality playtime for parents and children together. Playing along with your children is highly recommended and will surely make them benefit the most from this app and help them expand their vocabulary.

We are sure that your children will enjoy this exciting educational game that will encourage their thinking and contribute to the development of their basic skills.

What’s New

Version 3.0.1

- New ENGAGING ACTIVITIES to master problem solving and logic thinking
- 5 LEVELS of DIFFICULTY that get challenging as kids progress
- Stability improvements and bug fixes
- Don't forget to leave your review! It helps us a lot! Having trouble? Send us an email at tinyhandsapps@gmail.com

Ratings and Reviews

2.4 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

Ohmunchken ,

Crashes

My toddler loved these apps, his uncle bought the whole collection as a gift and now none of the apps work. They all crash. I've restored and redownloaded these apps but they still crash. Please fix!!!

Developer Response ,

Hello,
Thank you for reporting! We have already fixed the issue. Please, contact us via tinyhandsapps@gmail.com if you have any other questions.

JU976097 ,

Ok, but no sound

My 2 and 4 year old like this game but I cannot figure out how to get any sound. Kind of a bummer. There are about a dozen levels that they enjoy playing over and over. They can be played again and again without having to complete the entire app.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for reporting this! We would like to clear out the issue with the sound. Please contact our customer support team at tinyhandsapps@gmail.com. If you've already contacted them but their solutions didn't fix the issue, please inform us about it!

arby@2020 ,

Ok, but no sound.

I reinstalled the paid version of the app , but there is no sound. My toddler is not interested in playing the games, in absence of sound. How can you fix this issue?

Developer Response ,

Hello nd thanks for reporting this! Please, try the following: 1. Verify the app sound controls are set to on. For that, tap the Gear icon in the bottom right corner on the home screen and check the Background Music toggle is green.

2. Verify that your iPad volume is high enough.

3. Verify that the mute switch (the small switch next to the volume button) is not set to mute.

4. In your iPad settings go to: General -> USE SIDE SWITCH TO and set it to Lock Rotation.

5. Turn notifications off. If your side switch is set to Lock Rotation, there should be an icon to turn off notifications in the control center: - swipe up from the bottom of the screen to open the control center,
- in the center of the pop-up find the rightmost button (the bell icon),
- tap it to make it grey.

6. Make sure your iPad is not set to the Do Not Disturb mode: - swipe up from the bottom of the screen to open Control Center,
- make sure that the Do Not Disturb (the moon icon) mode is disabled.
If it doesn't help, please, contact our support team at info@kidsacademy.mobi

App Privacy

The developer, TINYHANDS APPS EDUCATIONAL LEARNING GAMES FOR BABIES TODDLERS AND KIDS CORP., has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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