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Caillou Search & Count – Hidden Objects

Caillou Search & Count – Hidden Objects
by Budge Studios

Price: free
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May contain in-app purchases
iPhone + iPad

Overall Score: 59/100

version reviewed: 1.1

reviewed:


Best for: Education, Attention & concentration, Early math, Eye-hand coordination, Thinking & problem solving

Please note: the ratings and the score are based on the full (unlocked) version of the app!

What is it/what do you do with it: 5 hide-and-seek scenes with extra educational activities (counting, mini-games/puzzles).

Solve puzzles to get clues then find the required number of objects (e.g. diving goggles at the swimming pool).

What we liked: the concept. Good set of educational features. Original artwork. Narration and spoken instructions. Visual clues. Ease of use. Great for Caillou fans.

What we didn't like: we wish there was more variety in the scenes (objects are in the same place every time you play).

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Caillou Check Up – Doctor's Office

Caillou Check Up – Doctor's Office
by Budge Studios

Price: free
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Lite or Demo version
iPhone + iPad

Overall Score: 54/100

version reviewed: 1.2

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Best for: Interactive play, Attention & concentration, Interaction, Understanding of the world

What is it/what do you do with it: a set of 11 interactive scenes with Caillou at the doctor's office (height and weight check, eye test, blood pressure etc).

Follow the instructions to complete an activity, e.g. help Caillou read the letters to check his eyes.

What we liked: the concept. Good set of doctor-related roleplay activities. Features art and original characters from the TV series. Ease of use. Narration and spoken instructions. No distracting elements. Great fun for Caillou fans.

What we didn't like: little variety in the activities (they can quickly get repetitive).

Note about in-app purchases: the free version of the app will let you play 4 scenes. Our score and ratings are based on the full (unlocked) version of the app.

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