Teach your child numbers and skip counting using our Connect the Dots. Connect the dots to discover the festivals of India like Christmas (Santa Claus and Xmas Tree), Diwali (Lantern andDdiya), Holi (Pichkari), Ramzan Eid (Mosque), Ganesh Chaturthi, Onam (Rangoli), Sankranti (Kites), Pongal, Raksha Bandhan, Lohri, Dassera, Janmashtami (Krishna Janam) and also bring in the New Year 2014.
Choose between consecutive numbers, odd numbers, even numbers and also multiplication tables of 3,4,5 or any number of your choice.
Some advantages this app brings along:
Children from the age of 2 years to 6 years will enjoy doing this simple connect he dots puzzle
Older children till the age of 10 years can use this connect the dots to learn multiplication tables
The specially designed connect the dots images require the kids to connect numbers 1 through a maximum of 15. They are a great way to teach the kids how to count or reinforce basic counting skills.
They are also put into categories so you can choose options for consecutive numbers, odd numbers and even numbers
Skip counting by twos, fours, and fives
To enable the kindergarten and pre-school children to learn numbers we have done it through a series of images showcasing the festivals of India.
The different festivals of India that we have shown are Christmas (Santa Claus and Xmas Tree), Diwali (Crackers and diya), Holi (Pichkari), Ramzan Eid (Mosque), Ganesh Chaturthi, Onam (Rangoli), Sankranti (Kites), Pongal, Raksha Bandhan, Lohri, Dassera, Janmashtami (Krishna Janam) and many more.
This is a wonderful medium to introduce your child to the Indian culture.
· Dot to dot is the best ways for pre-school children to learn how to count numbers in sequence.
· This game is also very useful for improving hand-eye co-ordination. It develops concentration and focus. Visual motor control is developed through these activities.
Let your child dance to the Jingle Bells Tune with the Santa and play through the colours of Holi. or enjoy the firecrackers through the Diwali image or simply watch the kite fly high. The parents can bond with their children over this game and bring in the new year 2014 with pomp and show
You can find link to Wikipedia at the end of each level where you can learn more about constellation.
It's small simple game created as Pour féliciter 2014.
Technology: HTML5, Cordova, AngularJS, jQuery. Source code is available at GitHub.