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This is a fun educational learning app for your little ones. Your baby will recognize different shapes and will enjoy playing with colorful pieces. This is the classic children's puzzle so it is quite educational for preschool and kindergarten kids. <br><br>This game will help your baby develop thinking, tactile and fine motor skills. Notice how they learn animals, fruits, and vegetables while playing. Babies and toddlers can have fun playing for a long time.
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I really like the concept, ease of use and the graphics. Overall I think it’s well designed & nice to look at. The only flaw is that my 13 month old can hit the ‘x’ and get himself out of the game way too easily. I wish there was a lock feature so I could walk away for a second without him changing all my iPad settings 🤦🏼♀️🤷🏼♀️
I find this endlessly obnoxious because my 21 month old always touches more than one part of the screen while doing this. I’ve explained to just use her pointer finger to move the objects but, you know, she’s tiny so she doesn’t quite get it. The problem is that as soon as you switch into another application — which she does accidentally every 5 seconds by dragging her hand up from the bottom of the iPad — the game has to load ALL OVER AGAIN. It doesn’t pick up from where you left off even if you switch back to it literally 1 second later. For this reason I find it almost unusable. I get sick of restarting it for her every 5 seconds.
It’s fun and my grandson loves the cheers when he gets to the end of a level. My only complaint is that little ones tend to palm the screen which will bring up iPad notifications bar or cause another app to move into place. Then the game always starts over when you go back to it instead of resuming where he left off. A settings button would be nice.
I love how you don’t repeat and repeat wrong wrong Because most of the games do that but this game doesn’t and I really like that also it doesn’t need wifi my baby brother loves its also really fun to cheer on your little one and make then have a huge smile and laugh and try to make you laugh
My grand babies love this app and it really helps them learn! Just wished they said what each item is, so they not only learn the shapes but also the names of each item! Just a thought to add to the app, but keep it free for those less fortunate can learn as well!
Developed by Viacheslav Fonderkin.
Baby games for one year olds! is ranking in Games & Puzzle & Family & Education
Last update was at Oct 15, 2017and the current version is 2.3.
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Baby games for one year olds! have a 11 148a user reviews.
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