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I think there should be more activities available without having to buy them. There’s only 2 available. My little one will get bored of it quickly. I’m trying to find an app to help him with his letters and numbers. Overall I think it helps with that, just wish there was more to choose from without buying!
This app violates a MAJOR RULE for apps geared toward toddlers. After purchasing the upgrade from the free version, you wind up with a home screen that has 10 games and 3 of them are still locked, requiring additional in-app purchases. So 30% of the available games are still off-limits to your 2 year-old, who doesn’t understand why she gets a pop-up window blocking her progress when she pushes that one, and can’t understand why she can’t have it, and cries, and eventually becomes so disgusted with the fact that she can’t open the one that she has become fixated on that she no longer wants to open any part of this app at all. This is super crappy, unprincipled, greed-driven app design. A word of advice to the makers of this app: parents purchase toddler apps so that everything within the game will just open up for our little ones, and we won’t have to explain or distract or apologize. It’s a TODDLER APP, duh. Advice to prospective customers: don’t bother. Any reputable toddler app will absolve you from the frustration of additional in-app purchases after it takes your initial $3.99.
My daughter loves these learning games so much. She’s been playing these educational games for awhile now, since I found it. Especially the game with super heroes. But, even with the free levels, though only get a few, is enough to get the mind thinking. I think she will get to know all letters with fun so fast!❤️❤️❤️
My five year old twin grandsons love these games! I love that they are learning while playing, and that the price is reasonable.
Seems there are only 5 or 6 letters used over and over again, kind of boring for my 5 year old who is learning English. You make it difficult to submit feedback with this nickname business!
In our new super-app “Funny Food: Learning Letters!” we have put together the most fun and effective methods of learning.
While playing with funny food, your child will quickly and easily become familiar with all the letters of the alphabet, learn how to write them and make the first steps in learning to read!
Every task the app gives your child is a fun and engrossing game! Entertaining stories, active gameplay and excellent usability will ease your child into the learning process. With the
numerous hints and clear interface, children can play without help from adults.
With “Funny Food”, getting ready for school is easy and fun!
To make learning letters more interesting, we created a magical world for each of our mini games. In these magic worlds your child will experience delightful adventures which will encourage them to play again and again.
Our different worlds are:
Factory. Press buttons on the control panel and operate different machinery! Bake delicious letter shaped cookies for your funny friends.
Gas station. Write a letter, and the magic gas station will be open for business!. Instead of filling up the airplane’s tank with jet fuel, fill it up with bubbles, fire, or even rainbows and send the plane into a magic flight. watch the plane take off on a magic adventure!
Chameleon. Funny food is hiding in the grass and catching letters with its long sticky tongue. Help it catch the right letters.
Superhero. Food-superhero rescues letters from mysterious inhabitants of the night city. The superhero needs your help! Find the right letter!
Island. Participate in a race on the tropical island. Find the hidden letters. Fill up your car and finish the race first.
Snowball cannon. Let’s have a snowball fight! Only the most accurate shooter can shoot a snow letter and hit the target.
Caramel rope. Turn the gadget from side to side, swing the yummy letter on the caramel rope and feed the jolly character.
Playing just a few minutes a day will help your child to acquire the needed knowledge and skills crucial for every preschooler such as:
· Learning letters
· Learning which sounds correspond to each letters
· Learning how to write letters
· Learning a food name for each letter of the alphabet
· Developing fine motor skills
About WOOW! Inc:
This app has been created by WOOW! Inc, a software company which develops learning apps and educational games, interactive books and nursery rhymes for young children and toddlers. Our kindergarten and preschool apps are distinguished by high quality content with particular attention to design. The simple and user-friendly interfaces of our apps have been especially created for little ones. The purpose of all our apps is aimed for your child's all-round development. With our apps kids learn the alphabet, letters, numbers and phonics. The apps help preschoolers to develop memory, attention span, vocabulary and speech, as well as other basic skills. Children are exposed to writing and counting through building puzzles and doing simple math. As a company we strive to make our apps practical, instilling a desire for knowledge, interest in reading and studying.
Follow our news on the our web-site http://wowkids.io.
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