Kids Preschool Puzzles, learning shapes & numbers 4+

Milen Kirkov

Designed for iPad

    • 5.0 • 1 Rating
    • $0.99



Doing puzzles has many benefits for kids like enhancing the memory, deduce, sequence, shape recognition, eye-hand coordination, problem solving skills, and it is a fun way to learn and play for preschool children and toddlers. The goal is simple, just choose a puzzle piece and drag it to the correct position. When complete, a puzzle produces a complete picture.
The app contains 24 fruit and vegetables puzzles, shape sorter game, drag and drop number sorter, 12 jigsaw puzzles, and tangram game in which kids can use basic shapes to make vehicles, animals and toys. Your children will love it.

- Easy-to-use, intuitive interface
- Easy navigation between puzzles
- Nice background music and sound effects
- Easy movement of puzzle pieces

As parents ourselves, we take children's privacy and safety very seriously.
Our app:
- Does not contain in-app purchases
- Does not contain links to other apps
- Does not contain links to social networks
- Does not store or share your location
- Does not collect any personal information

Let us know if you have any feedback and suggestions, we would love to hear from you to keep making better games for all kids.

What’s New

Version 3.1.1

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Fixed a bug with background music

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
1 Rating

1 Rating

darthmombie ,

Great puzzle fun!

My 2.5 year old toddler enjoyed the puzzles. No complaints. No ads or pop ups, that's great. Overall fun!

vasanti ,

NonaMomDotCom Approves!

I always appreciate apps made for younger children. My oldest is almost 4 and has 1-2 hours per week on her iPad. I want those hours to be filled with educational materials I approve of. I’ve found some too obnoxious in terms of music, sound effects, and an abundance of ads, so the full version of this app is great.

This app has four main selections: Food puzzles, Shapes, Numbers, and Regular Puzzles. I will review each part separately.

Food Puzzles:
I appreciated the realistic pictures of food (healthy choices of fruits and vegetables) since my daughter is still learning to identify them. The puzzle pieces were challenging enough for her to think before moving them into place, so she didn’t speed through them. She enjoyed the cheers after completing each one and even clapped along with the sound effect. The background music was soft and reminded me of the Sonic the Hedgehog game from my youth. Both the music and sound effects can be toggled off if desired. I would have liked to hear the name of the fruit at the beginning of the level or before the cheer was given to aid in learning the names of some of the fruits and vegetables. My daughter often asked what a particular food item was, so that was a missed learning opportunity if I wasn’t there to tell her.

There was a great selection of shapes and I appreciate that more advanced shapes are introduced, such as an octagon, pentagon, and trapezoid. However, like the food items, I would like to hear them called out so she can begin to recognize them. She doesn’t yet know how to count the sides, but becoming familiar with the names is half the battle.

The picture selections were really cute and she enjoyed playing each of them. I like the option to toggle the shape outline on and off so as she gets more comfortable with puzzle pieces, she can switch it off. 6 puzzle pieces matched her skill level and challenged her, but it would be nice to increase the number of pieces as she advances through the puzzles.

This was our least favorite selection. In this mode, she had to drag the numbers to the match those on the left. In order to make this more of a learning experience, she needs to hear the number called out. Since she’s only beginning to recognize written numbers, she was merely matching the shapes.

Overall this is a great app and will already replace a food puzzle app she liked that annoyed me due to too many sound effects and lack of real learning opportunities. This app makes it very easy to figure out how to select the different games and after teaching her once, she knew how to maneuver through them, including how to toggle the puzzle guidelines on and off. This one is a keeper.

App Privacy

The developer, Milen Kirkov, 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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  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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