Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Counting Around The World - 4.5 Stars and a Great Cause!

Counting Around the World - videos, games, pictures, puzzles and music, learn numbers count and play with REAL KIDS from all around the world! by E3 Imagine

Emilie over at Smart Apps For Kids reviewed this app and gave it 4.5 stars. Here's what she had to say about it:

Bottom line: a terrific app that teaches so much more than counting. Photos of real kids from around the world will help your little one count to ten while learning about geography and other cultures. The developer’s charity work is also a great starting point for discussion with kids of any age.
Link to E3 Imagine's Website to explain the project of supplying books. ____________________________________________________________
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Kids' books are my closet addiction and the only impulse buy I have. I love kids' books and iBooks and I don't think you could ever have too much good literature around the house. Please check out this glorious counting book that includes little snippets of children from around the world doing everyday things with their families. Each number is said in English as well as the language of the child featured.

From iTunes:
LEARN to COUNT from one to ten with the help of real kids from all over the world! Discover tons of GAMES, VIDEOS, PICTURES, PUZZLES and MORE.

“We at E3 Imagine have a firm and unmoving faith in this goal. We know that we can capture and share the beauty of the world’s children and families with everyone, and we believe that through these apps, kids can be empowered with that knowledge. But we need help and we invite everyone to get involved. Help us share and give the essential gift of learning to children all over world.”

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Cas took her kids on a virtual excursion using this app and covered the following learning areas: maths, history, geography, the arts, health and science.

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