Friday, March 28, 2014

Good free app for playing pretend, matching and following directions - Lego Duplo Food

It's no secret that LEGOS are a brilliant toy that allow for a lot imagination and creativity. However, I strongly dislike stepping on LEGO pieces throughout the day and night - they hurt! LEGO DUPLO Food is an adorable app that allows the player to open a food stand and make food for the hungry customers. Customers wait in line and visually show their orders to the chef (the player). Different DUPLO blocks are presented and if the correct food is created, confetti rains down in celebration. There are three different types of food and a lot of fun to be had in this free app.

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External links to LEGO DUPLO privacy policy, terms and other LEGO DUPLO apps.

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From iTunes:
Get your ice creams, cakes and burgers here! In LEGO® DUPLO Food, your child will build ice creams, cakes and burgers for the store’s friendly customers - and be rewarded for getting the order just right.

Through its focus on matching the customer’s order by trial and error, this toddler app puts a fun spin on the early development of your child’s reasoning skills.

LEGO® DUPLO Food will provide inspiration for hours of creative play copying grown-up activities - with or without DUPLO bricks.



Features:
*Bright, fun, and toddler-friendly animations and soundtrack
*Intuitive icons and navigation for easy game play
*No in-app purchases
*No third party advertising
*No links to websites

About LEGO® DUPLO®
A preschool building toy specifically designed for children ages 1 ½ - 5 – small hands and big imaginations! Preschoolers can learn about shapes and colors hands-on. When the chewing-the-bricks phase fades out, the building experience phase takes over, helping to stimulate and improve fine motor skills development. (Bricks-poured-onto-hard-surface noises stimulate other senses, too.)


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Amanda now wants an ice cream cone after building LEGO DUPLO ones with her kids and not one made out of blocks.




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