Colours, Numbers and Baby Animals Matching
Choose from three great matching games, which introduce early-learning concepts and help build concentration skills. These unique learning activities feature Beatrix Potters beautiful watercolour artwork and are perfect for preschoolers.
This game pits our naughty rabbit against Mr. McGregor only the fastest fingers can save our hero! Hone motor skills in this fun and addictive hide and seek challenge, which features three levels of difficulty.
Test your reactions by helping Peter Rabbit catch juicy vegetables in his basket but stay away from the fish and old boots. With three levels of difficulty, the challenges of this game will grow along with your child.
Colour with Peter Rabbit
Choose a classic scene from The Tale of Peter Rabbit to colour or complete using magic colouring. Select between six scenes, twenty different paints and thick and fine brushes.
Published in 1902, 250 million copies of The Tale of Peter Rabbit have been sold worldwide making Beatrix Potters timeless story one of the most famous childrens books of all time. More than a hundred years after it was first published, games based on this classic tale of a mischievous rabbit stealing vegetables from Mr. McGregors garden have been created by publishers Frederick Warne & Co.
Move around in Toca Town! Visit the store to buy groceries, stop by the restaurant to cook lunch, and head home to watch movies with friends. Run over to the park for a picnic or the police station to meet the officers. Cereal for dinner or maybe a quick pillow fight before bed? In Toca Town you decide!
Play cops and robbers today and hide and seek tomorrow, the story is up to you. Use your imagination to create your own world and play together with friends and family.
There are treasures everywhere in Toca Town. Turn on and off lights, toss garbage in the bins, or wrap up a present in the store to give to friends. Remember there are no rules in Toca Town so don’t be afraid to interact with anything, even the toilet!
- 21 Toca Boca characters to play with. Do you recognize any of them?
- 6 locations to explore – park, store, police station, restaurant, house & apartment
- Open game play with no rules or stress
- Kid-friendly interface
- No third-party advertising
- No in-app purchases
Toca Town is made for kids as young as 3 yet can capture the imagination of those much older. It’s filled with surprises and exciting things to do – there are no limits, just fun! Come play!
You requested an update, we listened and added a whole bunch of fun things! Are you ready? Here we go:
We’ve added a pond
- Swim, float things, drop stones & heavy items to the bottom, collect tadpoles & fish and bring them back home in a bowl!
And there’s a beach
- Build sand castles
You can make night and day
- Tap the sun to control daytime and night time. Can you see the stars?
Like camping? Good! We set up a tent for you!
- Light a campfire and roast marshmallows and sausages
- Pick berries and mushrooms
- Shine the torch around the park and find things in the dark
- We brought 5 more pets to Toca Town
- Feed the pets and take them for a walk in the designated pet poo area
- Invite the pets to sleep in the beds and watch it snooze
Thanks a million to all of you who sent in your suggestions. You helped us make this real!
whilst learning with numbers you can see colour illustrations and will hear small rhymes about each digit.
there are 5 different games which will allow you and your child to memorise information in a simple way.
The list of modes of are here:
- A training mode - initial learning of numbers
- Game «put each animal in a cabin»
- Game «count objects and animals»
- Game «find the next number»
- Game «help a frog to cross a river by numbers»
- Game «pop a ballon»
Please note: this is a lite version of the game: with one category open to try it out before buying the full version through in-app purchase.
★★★First words★★★ With its 80 original pictures across 7 categories (numbers and colours, fruit & veg, vehicles, farm animals, shapes, body parts), the game is played by tapping a moving object and then completing a word puzzle. The word selection features basic and most common words from each category, thus enriching the child’s vocabulary.
★★★Storyline★★★ To grasp and hold the child’s attention, the game has an interesting story that kids will love. Your children will be amazed by their quest to return seven colours of the rainbow to the sun by completing word puzzles correctly.
★★★Alphabet practice★★★ What makes it even more fun and educational is the app’s audio feature - every time you press any of the letters to complete a puzzle, that letter is pronounced. This way, apart from learning to spell, the child also learn to pronounce letters of the alphabet correctly.
★★★Word pronunciation★★★ Each time a kid taps on a picture of an object, it’s name is pronounced. This can work as a hint for medium and difficult complexity levels. After a puzzle is completed, the word is pronounced. This means that not only visual skills are involved, but rather an interaction of visual and auditory skills takes place.
★★★Skill development★★★ This game helps kids to develop a whole range of skills: motor skills and hand-eye coordination, visual and auditory skills, language and pronunciation skills, problem solving skills.
This simple to use and effective interactive learning game was created by parents for parents to help their children learn to correctly pronounce and spell words and letters.
Thanks to its three levels of complexity (with hints, without hints and with extra letters), SmartSpeller will be exciting for kids to complete over and over again, moving to the next level as they grow up and learn.
Free offline application helps foreign visitors learning the most important commonly-used English phrases and vocabularies.
• Arabic to English translation.
• Very fast and easy to use.
• Clear English audio recordings.
• Works offline.
• Fast search on phrases.
There are three options for application
Screen identifying letters - where clicking each letter makes the signal name
Screen Keyboard - the child can assemble up to 6 letters Words clicking on each letter makes the signal name
Total numbers - click on the number of plays the name
Kindergarten and first grade children learn to add with numbers and subtract with numbers.
This free version with ads is fully featured and includes all games and animations.
This math game is created for children and easy to navigate.
This is a fun addition and subtraction game.
The game is excellent and educational
* How to play?
The child first selects to play with hints of the results or without hints.
In next screen the kid selects to play addition or subtraction and if it’s up to 10 or up to 20.
The child will answer few questions accompanied by nice animation.
After solving 5 mathematical questions there is an excellent game kids enjoy playing.
Kindergarten and first grade kids continue solving addition and subtraction questions as they want to play again.
Your child will improve his math addition and subtraction abilities quickly
We are confident you will love this game and learn from it.
Play this game and enjoy.
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Go ahead to get a piece of paper in a color you like to start your paper folding stuff.
Origami (折り紙?, from ori meaning "folding", and kami meaning "paper"; kami changes to gami due to rendaku) is the traditional Japanese art of paper folding, which started in the 17th century AD at the latest and was popularized outside of Japan in the mid-1900s. It has since then evolved into a modern art form. The goal of this art is to transform a flat sheet of paper into a finished sculpture through folding and sculpting techniques, and as such the use of cuts or glue are not considered to be origami. Paper cutting and gluing is usually considered kirigami.
The number of basic origami folds is small, but they can be combined in a variety of ways to make intricate designs. The best known origami model is probably the Japanese paper crane. In general, these designs begin with a square sheet of paper whose sides may be different colors or prints. Traditional Japanese origami, which has been practiced since the Edo era (1603–1867), has often been less strict about these conventions, sometimes cutting the paper or using nonsquare shapes to start with.
The principles of origami are also being used in stents, packaging and other engineering structures.
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Main features of school games :
★ 8 different rabbit games that teach kids about colors, letters, counting, differences, and matching.
★ Lovable animated rabbit helps kids play the games.
★ Lovely design style for kids
★ Funny sounds help kids to understand and play each game
★ Free to Play!!!
... and many more
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