Guess This Animal Lite
Let Ranger Nora teach your child animal facts, you will be amazed how quickly your child will learn about the animals taught in this application. You will be surprised when your child says "a raccoon washes it's food before eating it" when he/she sees a raccoon.
This is an interactive application, Ranger Nora talks to your child throughout the application. She will either teach animal facts or play an animal guessing game with them.
Recommended for Toddlers, Pre-K and Kindergarten children.
The animals and ranger Nora are realistic and cute, your child will have fun interacting with them!
The animal facts are interesting enough to intrigue the child and are concise enough to not bore the child.
In the learning mode ranger Nora teaches animal facts, how they are unique, their characteristics, where they live etc.
o A child can learn at their own pace, using the previous/next buttons, with this Nora teaches one animal and then waits for the child to go to the next one.
o Or press the "Ranger Nora" button and let your child listen to all that she has to teach.
Animal Guessing Game:
This is a fun way to learn, 3-4 animals are seen on the screen here and ranger Nora "hints" a animal facts which apply to one of the animals, the child needs to think which animal she is talking about and touch the one he/she thinks is correct.
o If the child answers correctly, the animal responds with it's natural sound and then ranger Nora praises the child, who is then rewarded a Green Star
o If the child touches the wrong animal, ranger Nora tells the child that his/her choice is incorrect and encourages the child to try again.
The child gets a star for every animal, Green Star for getting it right the first time, Yellow Star for the second attempt and a Red Star for three or more attempts.
Five Green Stars in a row and they get a Sticker!
To make Ranger Nora repeat her questions just tap the Question mark.
There are 6 animals presented here, and 2 colorful backgrounds. To get more animals ( and backgrounds ) get the paid version, it has 32 animals and 15 backgrounds.
How you can help your child benefit the most from this app:
1. Introduce them to the learning mode and let Nora do the
teaching i.e. click the button with Ranger Nora's face on it.
2. Then introduce them to the guessing game. Sit with them and help them answer 5 animals correctly in a sequence, 5 green stars in a row gets them a sticker. That's it.
To get a sticker the child needs to get 5 consecutive right answers, the bar is et quite high, but is achievable. Children learn very quickly and will start collecting stickers in a short time.
Please mail your feedback/suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org we would like to hear from you positive or negative. You can send a mail to us from within the app itself, Animagik-> Contact Us :) for your convenience.
SpriteLabs is a member of Moms with Apps, a collaborative group of family-friendly developers seeking to promote quality apps for kids and families.
Recommended Ages: 1-3, 4-7, 8-10, 11-12
Categories: Science, Special Needs, Geography, Games
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- Last changed:
- Jun 12, 2010
- Sprite Labs
- 6.8 MB
- Current Version Average Rating:
- 3.00 (30)
- All Versions Average Rating:
- 2.50 (46)
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