A fun, motivating, and highly intuitive playground to learn the names of 11 shapes and 11 colors, specially designed for toddlers and preschoolers. Surprise! our cute penguins entertain children as they progress through the levels.
What’s more, as teachers we know that some children need more time to learn so we’ve built in a unique “practice mode” enabling parents and teachers to select only one shape or one color to focus on.
Busy Shapes & Colors’ gameplay is simple, perfectly adapted to toddlers, it is specifically designed to sharpen their fine motor skills. Also, as children progress through the levels, they encounter new challenges, maintaining their level of interest and engagement. For instance, fun effects on the shapes increase the level of rapidity and dexterity needed.
Based on the Award-winning Busy Shapes app, this game is 100% intuitive, making it ideal preschoolers. From the onset, children can choose to focus on colors or shapes or mix them together. No matter which path they choose, they will regularly discover a cute penguin animation, keeping them motivated to go further.
- 150 seamless incremental levels
- Multitouch play
- 4 play modes: colors, shapes, colors & shapes, “focus"
- 11 shapes, 11 colors = 121 combinations
- Unique shape and color “makers”
- Fun effects on the shapes: moving shapes, disappearing shapes…
- Cute penguin animations
- 15 languages
About EDOKI ACADEMY
We founded EDOKI ACADEMY to bring our classroom experience with hundreds of children to the Digital world of tablets. As certified teachers, our aim is to develop a range of truly educational as well as beautiful apps based on the Montessori Method. All our apps can be used at home or in class. They can also be used by speech therapists. We are proud winners of several Awards from the Parent's Choice Foundation and Common Sense Media. For any support, please contact us on email@example.com.
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