“Art is the imagination expressed through the senses” and KidsArt is the only innovative and educational application that can make it real and exposes your children to a multi-sensory experience of art. Let their imagination go wild.
Famous artworks by Salvatore Dali, Vincent Van Gogh, Claude Monet, Joan Miró, Paul Klee and Pablo Picasso become interactive and animated games and kids can have fun playing with the elements present in the paintings.
This Full version lets your children discover and enjoy:
1- Dali’s dreamy world in “The Persistence of Memory”. 3 creative and original mini games introduce young children to Dali’s art and try to give them greater insight into the symbols and the meanings of his famous masterpiece. They will love seeing ants and clocks brought to life and spend a playful and nice time catching bugs, making alarm clocks ring and helping fix the melting watches.
2- Van Gogh’s enchanted “Starry night”. With only a touch your little ones will go into an interactive and extraordinary display of Van Gogh’s masterpiece. The game animates the expressive brushstrokes and deeply involves the player in the motions and the flux of the depicted nighttime landscape. Children have at their fingertips the magic of nature sounds and bell tolling, the funny presence of swirling clouds, the power of the shining stars and the bright moon.
3- Monet’s beautiful garden in “Water Lilies”. Among the leafy branches swinging in the breeze and the colourful water lilies rocking in the water, 3 friendly characters have a nice time together. Let’s join in and play with them hide and seek.
4- Miró’s Spanish “Dancer”. Everything is ready for a great performance. The dancer is practicing the last steps accompanied by the melody that your kids can play moving their finger on magical coloured keys. The show starts and a funny guitarist releases flying notes. Let’s catch them and help the pretty dancer to shake her body to the beat.
5- Klee’s bright colours in “Castle and Sun”. Inspired by this oriental fortress, kids can built up their own castle moving and adding blocks of different shapes, colours and size. Then let’s have more fun breaking and knocking everything over.
6- Picasso’s artistic and childish “Line Drawings”. Let’s meet some animals. Can your children guess what it is? They can test they perceptiveness and play picture and drawing matching game.
Well-known and beloved nursery rhymes and songs enhance the game and learning experience, creating a familiar and pleasant background.
Widely used methods of education encourage parents to expose kids to fine art from birth on. Art is a fundamental component of what makes us uniquely human and a fun experience for young children.
This is the reason KidsArt has been created, to turn great and eternal art into a game for kids, and stimulate their visual learning. KidsArt really makes famous paintings tell children about their selves not with words or texts but through symbols, interactive visual elements and sounds.
Now every parent has a new amazing tool to stimulate in their children artistic sense, imagination, exploration, reasoning and moreover just playing together!
And if your curiosity is more demanding just press the “i” button and an Info Screen will give you more information about the painting that you can share and discuss with your children too.
KidsArt interface is easy-to-navigate and developed to suit and entertain young children aged 2+.
It’s very easy to animate the paintings: just let the tips of their fingers touch, drag and swipe on the screen; and if you press the “?” button, arrows, lights and voices will give help too.
Every task can be achieved in a simple and intuitive way and involves manual skills, basic concepts of logic (numbers, flow of time, colours, shapes), funny sound associations and picture matching.
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