Learning numbers is funny Lite

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About this game

“Learning numbers is funny!” is an educational game for the most intelligent kids and their parents!

- Funny characters!
- Amusing animation!
- Funny rhymes!
- Interesting tasks!
- Playing and learning numbers from 0 to 4!
- Smart coloring pages!
- Absence of ads!

Educational application “Learning numbers is funny” proposes the most intelligent kids to get acquainted with a world of mathematics.
It will help a kid to learn numbers and some mathematical operations in easy and interesting way.
The application is divided into 3 blocks.

In the first block, a kid is get acquainted with figures from 0 to 4.
Each figure is presented in such a way that a kid can easily remember it. Bright animated picture and a rhyme voiced by a speaker will help him. Images “come alive” when you click on it. A kid can turn on rain, wake up a bear, feed a frog, etc.

The second block consists of exercises to fix obtained knowledge. For example, a kid counts numbers and founds a needed one among the numbers brought by bees.
A kid will understand well what numbers are greater and what numbers are less.

The third block contains smart coloring pages with familiar characters. A kid should color each picture using figures. It develops eye-mindedness, attentiveness and fine motor skills

All levels are voiced by the speaker. All tasks are presented in a form of interesting game.
We love children, therefore we create kind rhymes and draw funny pictures.
We have professional speakers in our team!
We appreciate your choice of our game!
Thank you for your kind references!
If you have any comments, please send a message to our email: support@catdonut.com, and we will reply you for sure.
The game contains music from Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com).
The game is presented in three languages: Russian, English and Ukrainian.
We are open for all your suggestions! Send your proposals to email: support@catdonut.com.
Updated on
Sep 12, 2023

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1.85K reviews
May 20, 2023
Good for Kids Education
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A Google user
December 29, 2017
В літературній українській мові російське слово "подснежник" перекладається як "пролісок" . Якщо автори бажають навчати дітей, вони повинні якнайменше спробувати користуватися словником.
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A Google user
February 9, 2017
Here is another toddler learning application that has many attributes parents look for- attractive, colorful and attention grabbing pictures/graphics, a soft and soothing voice that is clear and easy to understand, clean and user friendly UI, and designed with a very clever and engaging concept for teaching numbers. I, as the parent, thought this app was going to be very promising before downloading based on the reviews and details, and it could have been perfect for my 3 yr old... if, however, it was actually "free". I would have no problem purchasing the full version, but since I have no way of making online transactions, we were only able to do so little of what the whole app offers -which wasn't even close to what I thought we would get (I thought at the least we could have access to all numbers from 1-10). Maybe I didn't catch that part when reading through the details, but regardless, I found it disheartening for my son and a waste of space and data for me. My son was very interested and motivated by the few activities included in this version, and wanted to learn more but unfortunately it cut him off before he could really gain any significant knowledge. I really don't like the fact that it previews all the things that could be done if you pay. How are children supposed to understand that? That point aside, For those who CAN pay, this is a good choice if you want to introduce numbers to your toddler/young child in a fun, unique way. To the developers- great work, awesome idea and effective concept... But maybe add more opportunities in this version for parents who can't pay for the full. I would definitely reinstall and recommend to my friends. Thanks.
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