An award-winning interactive experience that asks children to identify different animals who dance, eat, wag their tails, wear sunglasses, sleep and more. Children will learn about animals, emotions, actions and sounds. AGES 2-5.
CATEGORY: Nursery Rhymes
Identify animals and social emotional cues
- ANIMAL NAMES: alligator, cat, chicken and more
- EMOTIONS: smiling, surprised, crying and more
- ACTIONS: winking, waving, yawning and more
- POSITIONS: backwards, upside down
- SOUNDS: hear funny animal sounds
- Parents’ Choice Recommended Award Winner - Parents’ Choice Foundation
- Stroller Traffic Cribsie Award Winner
- Selected by Apple as New & Noteworthy
- 5 of 5 stars from Common Sense Media
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Annoying push for other Apps
My 1 year old loves this but is always touching the more apps button in the corner. Then she needs help getting back to the app. Annoying. Other than that she's loves it. It's cute and fun for her.
My 2&1/2 yo loves this app. He can play it by himself, and I feel like he is learning new things. We've had it for over a week now, and he still giggles when he pokes the characters to make them talk.
Good for small children...
The app is cute. Our 2 & 3 year old sons are enjoying it so far. But I was expecting more variety and some less obvious repetition. (Though interest level will vary from child to child...) In our case, our little guy will find it fun and engaging for a while, I'm sure. But because of the app's predictable nature, our older son has it nearly licked already with less than an hour of exposure.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.