Xander Afrikaans Fruit & Veg is a fun Afrikaans app for young children that teaches children all about fruit and vegetables and includes vital school readiness activities such as sorting, matching and basic sums. Children can learn the names of fruit and vegetables, where they grow, and the nutritional benefits. Entertaining games then allows the information to be applied and absorbed.
Xander apps are intuitive and age appropriate, with beautifully hand-drawn illustrations offering young children endless entertainment while parents enjoy peace of mind.
Xander, the lovable narrator, guides children along the learn-through-play activities that stimulate vision, hearing and touch, while also imparting a vital skills to prepare for school as well as practical knowledge and vocabulary about fruit and vegetables in Afrikaans.
Afrikaans Fruits & Vegetables, a toy box offering a variety of activities and skills:
Listen and pronounce the names of fruit and vegetables. Learn about their nutritional benefits and where they grow. Practice what you’ve learnt with interactive matching, sorting and pattern recognition games. Basic sums with fruit and vegetables offer hours of fun for young children.
Features: Learn the vocabulary for fruit and vegetables Read words in the font used by schools Practice pronunciation Learn about where fruit and vegetables grow and why they’re so good for you Practice what you’ve learnt through fun activities Improve fine motor skills Build skills through sorting, matching and pattern recognition Practice basic sums Free play to decorate a play with fruit and vegetable
Xander Apps is a truly African initiative, developed by a local South-African Chartered Accountant and mother of three and incorporates widely accepted psychological findings on the importance of education in a child’s mother tongue.
Your children can now engage with high-quality educational apps in the comfort of their home language, resulting in enhanced knowledge absorption and technical skills proficiency that can match that of their global peers.