Learn new words, learn how to draw and count!
Join dots and see what is hidden under the mysteriously arranged digits!
123 Connect the Dots Toys and Motors - Learn how to count Numbers is a universal app for iPad/iPhone/iPod.
Free Educational game for Toddlers and Preschoolers...your kids can draw cute animals and learn counting numbers
Your child has six categories to choose:
- Food: pizza, donut, ice cream etc...
- Toys: teddy bear, rubber duck, etc...
- Beach: Beach umbrella, sunglasses, etc...
- Air: airplane, helicopter, rocket, etc...
- School: pen, ruler, pencil etc...
- Street: police car, school bus, train, etc...
- Learning numbers
- Create amazing pictures tracing and connect the dots
- Puzzles are solved by drawing on the numbers in the right order!
- Easy to use and control
- iPhone 5 tall screen support
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Ready for iOS 12.1
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Not kid friendly
I tried to contact the developer of this game as a gesture of good will but they're unreachable, so my complaint will be heard here. This game is not kid friendly as long as there are ads at the bottom of the screen. 2 seconds into the game and my son can't even connect the dots to the beach ball because they're hidden by a dumb advertisement. How are you going to make a game for little kids that has random ads pop up along the bottom of the screen? Not only do they hinder the game play but i wouldn't feel comfortable letting my kid play freely not knowing what might pop up for him to click. ** Save yourself the trouble and don't bother downloading this game at all **
Cute, but could improve
Selection of 6 categories. Within the category you drag an image to its corresponding spot to begin a puzzle. Drag your finger through the numbers to complete picture. The game then audibly counts the numbers, then the picture appears with a little animation.
Pros: Cute graphics and animations, simple game enjoyable for 3-5 year old range, voice used for narration is nice.
Con: Wish it didn't count off the numbers so slowly in a completed puzzle or at least that you could skip it.
Wish you could just select the puzzle desired instead of what appears.
There's no visual cue to indicate what you selected in the home menu. There does seem to be a verbal cue, but it seems inconsistent.
Bottom line: Very cute, simple and fun, but could use some simple improvements
Do something about the advertisement covering the game
. the advertisement covers up the numbers that makes it almost impossible to play. It keeps going to the advertisement that's being advertised. Frustrating the child.I like the idea of the game. Nice way to teach the kids how to count.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.