Baby Learns Colors

Baby Learns Colors

Price: 0.99$ (was 2.99$)

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Overall Score: 94/100

version reviewed: 1.2.1

reviewed:


Best for: Education, Attention & concentration, Eye-hand coordination, Language, Thinking & problem solving, Understanding of the world

What it is:an app teaching the names of 12 colors and color recognition.

What you do with it: there are 3 scenes (color splats, fish, spaceship) and 2 modes of play: 'learn' (where you simply touch an object on the screen to listen to the name of the color) and 'play' where there are two activities: point to the correct color after hearing its name or fill the objects on the screen with a chosen color. For every 5 correct answers you get a virtual animal (called Bebeka) which you can then use for an interactive animated sticker scene.

What we liked:the concept, cute illustrations, simple animations, nice sound effects, very easy navigation, voice prompts. The app is very easy to use and can be used even by younger kids (but please see the note below). The option to record your own voiceovers (or download voiceovers in more than 15 languages). Entertaining rewards system.

What we didn't like: the 'messages' displayed on the main screen. The 'congratulations' screen after winning a prize (we are not sure how a 2 year old is supposed to react to a small text filled pop-up window). The rewards sticker scene requires additional instructions or help from a parent.

Age range note: this app can be used by older kids (4+) for learning colors in a foreign language.

Bottom line: recommended if you are looking for an app teaching just colors. May seem expensive compared to similar apps but we believe it's worth the money.

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