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This is an awesome app for my 15 month old. It keeps her entertained for more than a couple of minutes. My one issue is the babies/ children speaking on this app. Although they are super cute, they are not speaking the words clearly and/ or pronouncing the words correctly. Rabbit should not sound like "wabbit" especially for a child learning to speak. As a second grade teacher who has had many students who need speech support, I think it is important that my daughter hears the correct language to begin with. Thank you!
My eleven month old son loves this game. As I write this, he's cackling away, opening the barn doors and dancing. What impresses me most about this game, or whatever you want to call it, is the ease and intuitive nature of the interface. As I say, my son is eleven months old and has been able to figure this out more or less for himself. As a treat, once every couple of weeks, we're getting more of the titles in this series, but so far, Peekaboo Barn is the one to which he has had the strongest response. I credit it as much to his growing intelligence and inquisitive nature as I do to the developers behind this app in concocting something for even the youngest children. I thought it would be years before I'd be comfortable handing an iPad to my son (and to be frank, I don't like him staring at or playing with screens all day like I do) but when he's threatening to spill the dog's water all over the kitchen floor again, empty out the movie cabinet, or aggressively peruse our breakables, this makes a superb and immersive distraction. Highly recommended!
There is no true interactivity or creativity to this app. It’s just one tap per page, then you see the animal and its name, hear a typical sound, and hear the name. No options (such as don’t show the name so the child has a chance to say it, or don’t show the spelling). No exploring and getting different results. It’s almost as passive as television. I would never have bought the app if the description had been clear or if it had included a sample video. I bought a peekaboo bundle as my first purchase to amuse a four year old, and I was so disappointed because it was a waste of money. I was fooled by the 4+ age rating, which I now guess is the youngest rating on the Apple store. I think any child over two would be instantly bored by this app. It’s not properly called a game, since the kid has nothing to do.
My 2yearold loves this game. He’s played with it since he was 9m old. At first he just loved seeing the animals. Eventually he would start to make the noises. And now he’s saying the animal names as they appear. Before each animal appears, The barn will “wiggle” and make the animal noise that’s coming up, and I know as he gets older he’ll start to associate that noise with the animal and call it out ahead of time. Tons of learning with this app, and entertaining. This is a nice peaceful app for parents as well :)
My son loves this app. I immediately had to buy the bundle. I love that he cannot be led to another "buy this" or "do that" screen with his crazy 18 month old stabbing at the screen. I love that it reinforces the lessons that we are already teaching him. The little girls voice is kind of annoying but he does not seem to mind. It is so simple that he does not get too frustrated with it. I have been looking for something like this for a long time.
Developed by Night & Day Studios, Inc..
Peekaboo Barn is ranking in Education & Games & Family
Last update was at Sep 06, 2021and the current version is 5.5.0.
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Peekaboo Barn have a 248a user reviews.