Learning Colors and Shapes
A few months ago, Kids iPhone App Review suggested that we might like the Tappie Colorit app by ADUK GmbH/Zanymation ($.99). At the time, Stella was 15 months, so she was still a little too young for the concepts. Now that she’s 18+ months, she has become much more successful with this app—although there are some parts that are still too advanced for her. We mostly stick to the “cars” game. Each time we play, she always picks the red car first, regardless of whether it starts on the top, middle, or bottom. Hmmm…
Overall, this is a very good, educational app for young kids. I like Zanymation’s philosophy: “All the games and books in the series are outlined by colorful, but calm palette that does not overload child’s nervous system. In general we aim to help your child develop the following skills: fine motor fingers coordination, attention, comparing objects, logic, grouping by shape and color.”
Posted on December 24, 2011, in 18 months, App Reviews, video and tagged Big Grips, car, colors, comparing objects, digital baby, educational apps for kids, fine motor skills, garage, ipad apps, kidsiphoneappreview, red, shapes, tappie colorit, toddler iPad apps, zanymation. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.