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The Animal Planet

Learning while playing with your favourite animal friends on the Animal Planet

Learning while playing with your favourite animal friends on the Animal Planet

The Animal Planet

by Jianing
The Animal Planet
The Animal Planet
The Animal Planet

What is it about?

Learning while playing with your favourite animal friends on the Animal Planet!

The Animal Planet

App Details

Version
2.1
Rating
NA
Size
49Mb
Genre
Family Education
Last updated
April 6, 2017
Release date
August 2, 2012
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App Screenshots

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App Store Description

Learning while playing with your favourite animal friends on the Animal Planet!

The Animal Planet, designed by professional and experienced preschool educators, is a unique educational and engaging app available on the iPad/iPhone. It is made up of different fun animal games, with visual and audio modes to reinforce letters, vocabulary, shapes and memory skills for ages 2-5.

Key Features:

- Meet over various of the most adorable animals.
- Fun and motivation games in different scenes are suitable for children aged 2+ years.

1. Animal Island: on a secret island, your kid can learn to recognize each animal by spelling its name and practice the word pronunciation.

2. Animal Jungle: in a fun jungle, your kid can identify each animal’s image and drag the right animal into it’s own shape and win the game.

3. Animal Farm: on a happy farm, your kid can track each animal by clicking the right card in order to improve his/her concentration and memory skills.

4. Animal Desert: in a funky desert, your kid can move the pieces to put together the puzzles in order to improve their problem solving and hand & eye coordination skills.

5. Animal Ice Age: in a icy world, your kid can learn counting, calculation and recognizing numbers by pointing penguin with different numbers to indicate how many animals left in the Ice Age.

- Multisensory approach: combining voice, written words, shapes and cartoon animal images.
Gain immediate feedback on whether your kid’s answer was correct.
- Original polished graphics and smooth animations.


Critical Learning:

- Letters
- Words
- Spelling
- Pronunciation
- Shapes
- Animal Sound
- Tracking
- Concentration
- Memory
- Cognitive skills
- Hand & Eye coordination
- Counting
- Calculation
and more…