Every beginning is hard, but with 'Telling time for Kids', success is guaranteed. Featuring difficulty levels for different ages, simple and intuitive navigation across five exciting learning modes and a high fun factor, this app makes learning time easier than ever.
‘Telling Time for Kids’, the app which guarantees a successful learning of the time.
◷ 5 game modes: Analog, Digital, Free learning and 2 Quiz games
◷ 2 difficulty levels: Level 1 – quarter, half and full hours;
Level 2 - minutes
◷ Daytime & night-time
◷ High fun and motivation factor
Fix minor bugs
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This app is more of quiz style app only. I paid the $2 for it to only be instantly disappointed that there is zero audible narration for learning. Do not purchase unless your child is a good reader or unless you as a parent plan too sit and read through each lesson.
It's good...but could be better
I downloaded it because I really needed to find some help for my daughter who is struggling with the concept of telling time on an analog clock (she's in 2nd grade).
I like it but I have a few recommendations for improvement. First, when writing digital time, she must put a zero at the beginning so it reads 05:30 instead of just 5:30. This is not necessary as our clocks in the house do not add the zero. This was a bit confusing for her.
Secondly, I wish there was some type of reward system other than the applauding sound when they are correct. Something simple like a chart where they can earn stickers or virtual prizes.
Third, I would like to see her progress. Instead of the app recognizing when she only gets it right, have a submit button for her answers so I can see if she is improving. (having the ability to create a profile for multiple children would be great too).
Lastly, have the option to remove the 5, 10, 15, etc... From the clock because as the child progresses, this would resemble clocks in school and at home better.
In my opinion, this app, as is, is only worth .99 versus 2.99. Should improvements be made like the ones I suggested, it would be worth the money.
Oops, just thought of one more...instead of having to drag the numbers to the digital clock, have each number be a dial that they can rotate to the appropriate number. She was getting very frustrated when she would drag a number to it's spot and it would drop somewhere else if she came even remotely near it.
- Alexandre Minard
- 8.3 MB
Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
- Age Rating
- © AR Entertainment
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.