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My son is five and we all know that kids at that age love to make lots of messes. This app is super great for cleaning. My son like his toys to be sorted a certain and by him being able to learn how to sort was amazing. Now I don’t have to sit every night for 20 minutes and sort his toys he does just how it shows him in the game. He put all his dinosaurs together and all his cars and so on. I would recommend every parent who is struggling with clean up to try it and then do it with their toys.
I agree that a QUIET voice identifying each object would make this a bit better, BUT when you work this app with your preschooler, it's your job to identify the objects with him(her). This is a simple, easily understood organizing game, and my first grandchild begged me to buy the whole thing. My 5th grandchild just begged me to restore my purchase. And I have 5 more grandkids coming up who will love this, too.
My son is 2 and even thought he is still little to categorize, this app is helping him a lot with his motor skills and vocabulary. At the beginning he wasn’t able to tap and move the objects and now he can. Also he loves to name all the objects in each game and learn new words. I see him playing with this app for long time and learning new things every time.
My son is 2 and has been playing this game for awhile now not only does it keep him quiet while I clean or even pee! He has gotten very good at sorting things and putting things where they belong! This app has helped my son so much and saved so much of my sanity!
My 4 year old little cousin loves this app, not only does it help her understand where she is able to place the little stickers where it is more relevant, it helps her with understanding where those things may go. She is able to place them where she likes which states a bit of her personality. I love it.
Developed by the MyFirstApp Ltd.,
who have also released the following apps Autism nonverbal therapy game, Build It Up - Adhd & autism, Autism speech therapy for kids, First Sounds - for toddlers, Match it up 1, Teachers' Pack 2, Sort It Out 2, Opposites 1, Sort It Out 1 - for toddlers, Little Town Explorer - HugDug educational activity game for little kids. .
Sort It Out 1 - for toddlers has 35 user reviews.
Sort It Out 1 - for toddlers has an average rating of 4.6.
The latest version of Sort It Out 1 - for toddlers (6.4) was released on Sep 05, 2019.
You can download Sort It Out 1 - for toddlers here:.
Tidying up the nursery has never been more fun. Teach your child about sorting and arranging with this fun, sorting application. This application helps develop conceptualization,
visual perception and fine motor skills. With parental assistance it can also develop language skills.
"Sorting Game" is designed for children aged 2+.
"Sort it out 1" is designed for children aged 3+.
"Sort it out 2" is designed for children aged 4+.
HOW TO PLAY: Sort the items by dragging each item into one of the areas in the space above.
This game is one of a series of educational games for kids by MyFirstApp.com. We believe that learning, playing, exploring and experimenting is what children do best. Children are fascinated with the wonderful, exciting world around them. With the touch pads revolution a whole new world of games is evolving - opening new horizons for the very young. Thus, young children can now enjoy colorful, exciting new games, helping them acquire new cognitive and fine motor skills. MyFirstApp.com helps bringing this new and enriching world to the curious little fingers of young children.
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