Toddler Tapping Zoo was specifically designed with toddlers and young children in mind. It will expand the horizons of infants and toddlers through beautiful eye-catching images and amusing sounds of animals.
Since experts have shown that toddlers are more enthusiastic and learn more from realistic photographs than from illustrations, we have designed this app around gorgeous photographs in landscape mode to make images larger.
Toddlers learn to distinguish sounds, associate sounds with images and fine-tune their motor skills. But most of all, they have a great time.
Read together while spending quality time or use them in an "emergency" to keep them entertained at a restaurant or check-out line.
Our tapping zoo consists carefully selected list of animals. It allows for simple sequential navigation. You don’t have to go back to the menu again and again.
Tap on an image and you get the sound of the animal. Tap on the text of the label and you get a professionally recorded voiceover in ENGLISH of the name of the animal.
Toddlers love repetition too. Seeing the same animals over and over helps them learn and allows they to reencounter them often, which for them is hilarious. (We know it can be frustrating as a parent, but they love it).
"Toddler Tapping Zoo" contains images and sounds of over 60 animals including:
Dog, cat, cow, horse, pig, sheep, rooster, parrot, owl, duck, lion, elephant, monkey, bear, orca, dolphin, mouse, snake, frog, camel, hippo, squirrel, koala, eagle, bee, seal, penguin and more.
Learning fun, fun learning.
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