Dancing Animals for Kids is a fun and educational app for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad for kids aged 2 to 6 which will teach your kids how to spell the name of 20 animals. Move the letter to the right place and have fun watching the animal dance to some groovy music.
Dancing Animals for Kids: The fun way to learn how to spell animals names!
Kids always like animals and with Dancing Animals they will be able to learn the name of 20 animals and have fun spelling them. The app is easy to use. Starting the app, your toddlers or pre-schoolers will see a nice, colourful and engaging illustration with an animal. Kids then just need to identify the letters and drag them to the right place to spell its name. Once all the letters are correct, children will, hear the name of each letter, then the name of the animal and be rewarded by watching a fun dance from that animal.
Dancing Animal is bright, colourful, fun, engaging and entertaining. Kids will love learning how to spell the name of 20 animals and watch the fun animation after each spelling. Each animal feature a different dance and the music will get all your kids attention. Make sure to check out bear dancing to Hip Hop music, a Giraffe cheerleading or a Hippo belly dancing!
Note that the name of each letter is spoken aloud, but it does not offer phonic sound… and we hope it will come with a future update as you know … we always like to see apps that offer the 2 options: letter name and letter sound.
Overall, Dancing Animals is a cute learning app that will teach you kids the name and spelling of 20 animals via a fun interactive app. You can download the app for free and discover 5 animals. If you like it, you can then unlock the other 15 animals via in-app purchase (1.99 USD).
News Update: Dancing Animals 2 is now available
Dancing Animal for Kids is available for downlaod via the iTunes App Store:
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