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I liked it because it was fun but I think there should be activities in it like maps and levels for older kids .I don’t know but maybe more fun stuff. I don’t mean to say I didn’t like it but maybe you could just make it but with more activities. As I said before I know how much work it is . So thank you! From unknown
The best part about it is that they don’t translate. It’s hard to find apps that don’t. The worst thing is no instructions on the games. Play instructions that explained what the object of the game is could be in English without undermining learning. A few of the games have left my five year old nearly frustrated enough to literally throw my iPad at the wall. In the middle, is that the lessons seem to focus on vocabulary rather than scripts for practical use and the verbs that go with them. Since my daughter has used Muzzy already which seems more advanced than this, maybe I should have picked age 6+ on that question even though she won’t be 6 for 2.5 months yet. Is there a way to change the age setting since I think the higher level might fit better because of her past experience with Muzzy. By the way, her feedback is “ the games don’t say how to win so you gotta spend time figuring that out first and Muzzy is more interesting because there’s a cartoon to watch and games after you watch the movie in the Muzzy theater webpage
These apps have good games, and last year I looked into buying all of them in a bundle. They were $10 each, except Chinese was $6.99, which I did buy that one. When I was looking at them you could buy them in a bundle for all the languages at a discounted price. Like $30 or $40 for all of them. I thought That was expensive and didn’t have the money for the bundle then. But I remembered it now and wanted to buy the bundle. But now they’re $30 a piece Or you have to pay a $30 yearly subscription. That is insane. They games are fun but Not that fun. And they can help you learn the language, but not better than free apps. For that kind of money I should just enroll my kids in private lessons. If they had been back at the bundle price from a year ago I would have gotten them now. But I shall go elsewhere for my language games. Pretty disappointed.
My kinder kiddo is trying to handle remote immersion French. This app is one of the best to remember and practice basic vocabulary for both of us.
As soon as we started paying monthly, the app stopped working. Every other time we turn it on it won't load and I have to uninstall it and then reinstall it which is a huge pain. We need something that just works without all the fuss each time. If the app would work it would have been great.
Developed by Studycat Limited.
Studycat - Fun French for Kids is ranking in Education
Last update was at Sep 06, 2021and the current version is 25.0.0.
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Studycat - Fun French for Kids have a 165a user reviews.