The Learn Every Day series, published by Gryphon House/Kaplan Early Learning Company, is an increasingly popular group of interactive educational activities. Level 3, designed for advanced Pre-K children, will introduce children to animals, bugs, letters A, E, J, K, R, V, Z and more through fun, educational games. Teachers and parents have the option to use the app as a companion to printed Learn Every Day books, or as a stand-alone teaching tool. Begin using Safari animals and Bugs & Spiders for free! A single in-app purchase offers additional subjects of Colors & Shapes, Numbers, Our Green Earth, Seasons and Social Studies. Children will learn to become famliar with the whole alphabet, identify first letters of words, word recognition of colors, shapes, numbers, workers in the community, and various bugs and spiders. They will also learn about planting a garden and completing advanced patterns.
Learn Every Day is a series of interactive educational activities based on the popular teaching resource published by Gryphon House / Kaplan Early Education. In Level 2, intermediary PreK children continue where Level 1 left off. Can be used as a companion to the Learn Every Day books, or as stand-alone teaching tool. Download Forest Animals and Bugs for free, and children will not only learn about animals and bugs, but also learn the letters but also learn the letters F, I, N, O, Q, S and W. A single in-app purchase adds Seasons, Colors & Shapes, Our Green Earth, Numbers and Social Studies. Children will learn to identify coins, basic graph utilization, colors, shapes, maps and symbols, items found in nature and plant lifecycles and various bugs and spiders. They will also learn to count up to 12 and to complete serialization tasks.
The Learn Every Day series, published by Gryphon House/Kaplan Early Learning Company, is an increasingly popular group of interactive educational activities. Each of the 3 levels is designed to introduce children to a variety of content knowlege including animals, bugs, numbers, letters and more through fun and challenging games. Teachers and parents have the option to use the app as a companion to printed Learn Every Day books, or as a stand-alone teaching tool. Begin using Farm animals and Bugs & Spiders for free! A single in-app purchase offers additional subjects of Colors & Shapes, Numbers, Our Green Earth, Seasons and Social Studies. Children will learn to identify colors, shapes, numbers, what to recycle, the four seasons and community workers while learning to count to 10 and complete simple patterns.
"This app is not connected with the official The Little Engine That Could™ app published by Penguin Young Readers Group and is not authorized by Penguin." Once Upon an App specializes in developing applications of classic children’s stories. “The Little Engine That Could” is a special project as it was the first known story to highlight a female character as a motorized heroine. Mabel C. Bragg, a Boston school teacher, is attributed as the originator of this famous story. Her version was formally published in 1920 by Olive Beaupre Miller, a female entrepreneur who began The Book House for Children publishing company. Various versions of the story have since been produced, and is now considered one of the best all-time stories in children’s literature. Apps by Once Upon an App have been featured in the iTunes Store as a "Staff Favorite,” “New and Noteworthy,” and "What's Hot." Media mentions also include: TimeOut Chicago, PragmaticMom.com, GiggleApps.com, Momlogic.com, OWTK.com, gograhamgo.com, redtedart.com, and Capital Region Living. Look for more apps at http://www.onceuponanapp.com FEATURES: Ideal for children 2 years and older Full animation Original musical accompaniment Full narration with various individual voices Interactive play Load the train’s freight Hear the bells and whistles of the five engines Coloring Book Connect the Dots Build an engine Music by Nate Lee Narration by Bob Workmon, Allison David, and Noel Hunter Featuring animations by Out of Our Minds Studio
This interactive connect-the-dots app was adapted from the “Dot Drawing Book” series published in 1920 by the Henry Altemus Company. Test your drawing skills and count to 50 and beyond, as you work to uncover the hidden illustrations of well-known birds in their natural habitats. A total of 12 bird illustrations are available, and include favorite birds like the Blue Jay, Robin, Flamingo, Peacock, and Eagle. Young artists can then demonstrate their artistic talents thanks to a paint palette of 30 color choices, and various sized drawing tools and eraser. The drawings can be saved into the photo gallery, and then e-mailed to family and friends. Apps by Once Upon an App have been featured in the iTunes Store as a "Staff Favorite" and "What's Hot." Media mentions also include: TimeOut Chicago, PragmaticMom.com, GiggleApps.com, Momlogic.com, OWTK.com and Capital Region Living. Look for more apps at http://www.onceuponanapp.com Music by Nate Lee Narration by Allison David
I Say . . . You Say A Zany Peep at Opposites Take a romp through a fun new place. Let the Peepers be your guide. You can play the opposite game. Just take a peep inside! Join the Peepers as they explore the wacky world of opposites filled with whimsical visual vocabulary, creative concepts, and those perpetually perky Peepers. About: Based on the book, “I say . . . You say: A Zany Peep at Oppposites.” Written and illustrated by Sandy Pugh To learn more, take a peep at www.wethepeepers.com Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iPhone OS 3.1.3 or later Helpful hint!!! For the interactive story, be sure to SLIDE the correct word to the empty space. We're updating the app with better instructions to prevent any confusion.
Based on Elizabeth Gordon's "Bird Children," Learning Sounds with Birds is the third in a series of "Mother Earth's Preschool" apps by iTunes Store favorite Once Upon an App. This interactive, educational app is a great introduction for young children ready to learn and identify birds. The app begins with 12 illustrations of common birds. The child selects a bird, and is given the choice of three varying sounds -- like a doorbell, a dog bark, as well as the actual bird call. The child must choose the correct bird call before proceeding to a classic illustration and whimsical poem about the bird. The exercise closes with a beautiful photographic image of the bird and useful, simple facts. Learning Sounds with Birds is a GREAT way to introduce your child to the joy of bird watching. Full narration Musical accompaniment Languages: English. Other languages coming soon! Credits: Narrated by Allison David Music by Nate Lee Illustrations adapted from the "Bird Children" book written by Elizabeth Gordon and illustrated by M. T. Ross. The original book was published by P. F. Volland & Company in 1912