If your kids are anything like mine, they can't get enough of your phone. At this point my older boys have their own devices, but my 5 year old daughter is stuck stealing my phone whenever she can get her hands on it. I wish I was a more disciplined parent, but when I have to get some work done, nothing works as well as handing over that phone. The compromise is finding games for her that are at least educational.
That is where Animal Alphabet Singers comes in. Developed for 2-6 year olds, this educational app will keep your little one busy and leave you with a little less guilt. From the singers and songwriters of Sesame Street, including Emmy and Grammy winning writer Christopher Cerf, renowned animator Jane Aaron and internationally recognized reading specialist and educational expert Marilyn Jager Adams, Ph.D. , I want to introduce you to the new app for all iOS platforms Animal Alphabet Singers set to debut today, December 10th.
The way this app works is through the “learn by association” style that makes learning fun and easy. Each letter of the alphabet has its own animal, with its own unique personality, voice and story. Children not only learn the alphabet, but will be able to distinguish lowercase and capital letters, and become familiar with 26 different animals.
Truth be told my 5 year old is a little old for this game, she knows her letters and is already reading, so she called the game babyish, but she still played it and kept going back to it more than most of the non educational games she has, so that is saying something. With 4 interactive activities there is something for each kid to learn from.
Check out the Animal Alphabet Singers app, available on all iOS platforms for $3.99 on the iTunes App Store.
Disclaimer: I received a free preview of this app in order to conduct this review, all opinions are my own.