The app searches for drawings on the Internet, you pick one which you like, and you can sketch over a semi-transparent image of the drawing you selected. By copying and enhancing drawings you like, you learn how to draw yourself.
Supports colors, pens, and many brushes.
Smooth Zoom and pan. The drawing is vector based and remains sharp.
You can select which shapes shall be used in this game.
This app requests no permissions that you will be warned about
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This rhyme, London Bridge, is based on the most famous landmarks in London. Its history can be traced to the Roman occupation in England. The first London Bridge was first constructed with wood and clay albeit it was fortified. But later after a few natural disasters struck, Viking invaders destroyed the bridge completely. So, a new bride with a fortified design and sterner materials (that the rhyme describes) was built.
The rhyme refers to the same event in the history of London.
After all Childhood is full of fantasies fanned by a fertile imaginative. So, stories are a lovely medium to gently accustom children to the ways of the world and to inculcate wisdom.
This story speaks about a cap seller who uses his common sense and wisdom to get out of a sticky situation without having to suffer a loss in his business or pick up a fight with the monkeys.
The twist in tale happens as the cap seller goes to sleep under a tree and the monkeys take playfully take away all his caps. He wakes up to shock – he sees the monkeys wearing them sitting on the branches of the tree and making faces at him. They do everything he does. So, this sparks an idea!
He throws his cap on the ground and needless to say, they do the same! So, the seller gets wants he wants in a clever way without having to fight with or offend anybody. He just packs his caps and walks on all gaily and happy.
Next Education presents this lovely story as part of its educational content made available in a tablet. The animation artists use warm vivid colours and powerful visuals that is sure to appeal to any child.