In the first years, children learn to focus their vision, reach out, explore, and learn about the things that are around them. Cognitive, or brain development means the learning process of memory, language, thinking, and reasoning.
Let Kids Paint and Grow Musical Flowers
Creating music and painting are two favorite pastimes for many kids. Now, the two have combined together in a lovely app: Kapu Bloom Tunes.
It is a digital toy made for ages 0-3. Kids will dig deep into the ground to paint magical seeds with their fingers. Once the flower have bloomed, they can spin the petals to listen to various melodies.
Matching, Sorting and classifying Shapes
Shape Gurus encourage learning by playing. The idea is to offer 27 geometric puzzles that will get kids matching, sorting, and classifying by shapes and colors.
What’s interesting is that the puzzles are like a series of vignettes, which come together to create an evolving story.
Fun on the Farm
Counting is an essential skill that every junior should learn from an early age. Farm 123 is an interactive 3D pop-up book for toddlers and preschoolers to learn counting.
Besides learning to count from 1 through 10, juniors can also pick up other skills through this app, like recognising animals and colors. The games also sharpen motor skills by asking them to tap, smudge, and drag objects on the screen.
The Writing Wizard
Kids Learn to Write Letters within a great environment for juniors to learn finger tracing. It supports uppercase letters, lowercase letters, numbers, and even words.
The app allows them to learn how to write in smaller and longer forms. It teaches them to be more accurate with their handwriting. Its replay and detailed reports really help you, as a parent, to find the areas where your juniors need more practice.
Four & Five
Mini Encyclopaedia for Preschoolers
Rather than a typical storybook, this app is more similar to a mini encyclopaedia. The Very Hungry Caterpillar is a great way for children to learn new things. They start by reading the story of a caterpillar: how it comes from a small egg, eats hungrily, and grows.
It includes educational mini games. Through playing, juniors can practice counting and sorting. They also learn to avoid sugary foods, and choosing fruits and other healthier food instead.
Interactive Comical Tale
Children love stories and “Have You Heard” is an interactive storybook about a grapevine of mix-ups that circle around a colorful barnyard. Prepare to be amused by this humorous take on the telephone game.
Have You Heard features a witty story, polished graphics and animations, and excellent narration. It includes a fun memory game that tests whether you are paying attention to the story. It’s a great book for kids ages 3 and up.