DESIGNED BY PARENTS FOR OUR KIDS
If you're teaching your child to count, Toddler Counting is a must-have.
Designed by parents in coordination with preschool teachers, Toddler Counting helps teach basic counting skills, and even makes it fun for your toddler. This app is a follow-on to the wildly popular Toddler Flashcards
* each object grays out on first touch, to teach your child not to count the same object twice
* numbers count out loud as your child counts
* digits are displayed along with the sounds, to teach reading the numbers
* over a hundred realistic photos
* kind words of encouragement after each set, to keep your child's attention
If you enjoy Toddler Counting, please also try the popular Toddler Questions Game!
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Updated for the latest devices.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Great, kids love it, couple quirks
Simple enough, touch the item, hear and see the number, get praise. Odd things: sheep and stars are missing sounds, and what were they thinking including knives and candles as things to touch? (Some might mind sharks and snakes too, but the girls love them, so....) Overall it's very worth it for entertaining toddlers, just a couple things devs should consider there.
Taught my 4 month old to count
It looks like a very basic app, and it is. But my 4 month old daughter (now almost 3 years) loved it. All it does is display a picture on the screen along with copies of the picture, and the child touches each one, in whatever order she wants. A number appears on each one touched counting higher and higher until all the pictures have been touched, and a voice calls out the number along with it. To toddlers, or at least my daughter, it was addicting, and when she started pre-preschool, she was the only kid who knew her numbers up to 20 (not sure if it goes beyond that, but for a 3-4 month old, I think that's pretty decent).
Counting items by touching each is a very natural way to count things, and so the visual and audio feedback on the item touched is a very natural way to teach counting that works well. I especially like how it does not enforce counting in a left-to-right-op-to-bottom order since that doesn't matter. So many children's apps enforce such arbitrary orders that only frustrate learning toddlers. This app was a refreshing break from that. It also wisely does not have any buttons on the screen for the child to accidentally press, interrupting the play by taking them to a settings screen or worse, to the app's website every time they accidentally touch it.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.