There are six activities in total with three different levels - easy, moderate and hard - making the experience appealing to 3, 4 and 5 year olds who love the challenge. After each activity is completed there’s a little celebration to recognize a child’s efforts.
Puzzles help children improve their fine motor skills and ability to see patterns. In the garden or cityscape kids will make puzzles with Tipi, Tom and/or Abuela Fina.
Memory games are known to enhance cognitive skills, train visual memory and increase attention. Here kids will also learn their shapes in two languages.
Practicing painting helps develop fine muscle control and strengthens eye-hand motor coordination. With each tap on the paint bucket, kids will learn their colors in two languages. Kids can paint 9 different characters including Tipi, Tom, Abuela Fina, Abuelo Panco, Chico, Cha-Cha, Coquí the Frog, Paco el Perro and Toca the Talking Tablet. There’s also free hand drawing to promote individual creativity.
Match The Color
Matching colors and shapes are ways children observe and categorize what they see. This activity helps kids understand similarities and differences while also learning the names of various fruits in two languages.
In this activity, kids can review their letters, colors, numbers (1-10) and shapes with pictures and audio, in a mini dictionary.