Animals World Children's Game for Toddlers from 1 year
Our game is great fun for the youngest children from 1 year.
Fun that teaches and develops toddlers. Animals play pranks and make cheerful noises. Every touch or push triggers a happy reaction of the animal or the world around it. The game is simple and intuitive. It attracts the attention of the youngest.
Stimulates child development. Children learn the names of individual animals. The teacher will tell the child his name.
In addition, the game includes a mini-game that develops perception in children from one year of years. Help the bear find the figure he is looking for. There are 4 simple figures to find, shapes: square, triangle, circle and star. By the way, thanks to the teacher, the child learns his or her name. Great fun combined with learning, even for older children.
★ Meet animals from different parts of the world: the African desert, the seas and oceans, the land of ice. Learn their names.
★ The sun is shining in the sky. When you slide your finger, the moon appears. After touching the cloud it rains
★ A toddler can touch the screen with many fingers at the same time - something will always happen.
★ more than 40 animals. There is a lion, an elephant, a monkey, a giraffe, a hippo, a penguin, a walrus, a killer whale, a fox, an owl, a dolphin, a whale, a turtle and much more
★ The game has a calm, rhythmic background music. You can turn off music, voice-over and animal sounds.
The game is instructive. Children get to know life on different continents and in different regions of the world, they learn the characteristic sounds of animals, names of shapes and animals and the laws of nature.
A game for boys, a game for girls.
An indispensable game when driving or flying.
Every touch of the screen = funny reaction of the animal or the environment
Learn the names of animals and shapes
It contains many colorful pictures and cheerful tones.
You can touch the screen anywhere with many fingers at the same time
Help Teddy find a figure. Practice your perception.
To turn day into night, move the sun down
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