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iOS Universal Education
Families helps develop important cognitive skills such as: categorization, conceptualization, generalization and abstraction. It also helps develop visual perception skills and fine motor skills. With parental assistance it can also develop language skills, for example, by naming the families, objects and colors.
In Families 1, the families are made of 4 images that are all alike with a slight visual variation. It is designed for children aged 2+.
In Families 2, the families are made of 4 different images that are conceptually related. It is designed for children aged 3+.
HOW TO PLAY: Each board displays a family of 3 images at the center, and seven surrounding images. The goal of the game is to complete a family by dragging the right member out of the surrounding images to the center.
This game is one of a series of educational games for kids by MyFirstApp.com. We believe that learning, playing, exploring and experimenting is what children do best. Children are fascinated with the wonderful, exciting world around them. With the touch pads revolution a whole new world of games is evolving - opening new horizons for the very young. Thus, young children can now enjoy colorful, exciting new games, helping them acquire new cognitive and fine motor skills. MyFirstApp.com helps bringing this new and enriching world to the curious little fingers of young children.
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These apps do not contain any in-app-purchase and are available through the Volume Purchase Program for Educational Institutions.
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