Top fun educational storybook apps series Smithsonian by Oceanhouse Media is still on sale at 0.99 USD only. The Smithsonian is an amazing series with stunning graphics and powerful sound effects. It includes 5 top omBooks (book apps) for your kids to learn about fabulous creatures.
It includes 5 top book apps:
The stillness of the prehistoric forest is shattered by a loud pounding sound. What could it be? It's Tyrannosaurus Rex, the fiercest predator in all the land and she is hungry! What will Tyrannosaurus Rex find to eat?
It's early spring at the top of the world and snow stretches to the horizon and beyond. Polar Bear and her two cubs are growing hungry after spending the cold winter months in their den. When they emerge, Polar Bear checks for danger and waits for the cubs to acclimate to the ice. Learn about their long and dangerous journey to sea as this arctic adventure unfolds. How will Polar Bear find food and protect her hungry cubs?
It's the Ice Age and Woolly Mammoth is at home on the cold, windy plains of Europe. As a storm comes and heavy snow falls, Woolly Mammoth realizes he is lost. A pack of Saber-Tooth Tigers catches sight of Woolly Mammoth. Can he find his way out of this trouble and back to his herd?
Soundprints and the Smithsonian Institution take you on an exciting adventure to the west coast of Peru where the Humboldt Penguin family teaches Baby Penguin how to survive. When penguin hatches, Mother and Father Penguin keep him warm and feed him mushed anchovies and other tiny fish. As Penguin grows older, they protect him from hungry sea birds. Now, Penguin must learn to swim. Will Penguin be safe on his own?
The Prehistoric forest can be a very dangerous place for a young Triceratops. When he is left behind by his herd, Triceratops suddenly finds himself alone and helpless! Beautiful graphics and powerful sound effects make you feel like the exciting adventures of the prehistoric age are happening right outside your door! This title has been carefully reviewed by paleontologists at the Smithsonian Institution and provides fascinating information about the prehistoric world.
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The Smithsonian is a top fun and educational series that will let your kids learn and discover amazing creatures. Each book in the series lets your kids learn about specifics animals. The kids at Fun Educational Apps liked all of them but their favourites are the Polar bear and the Penguin family. After the story, kids can learn important information and facts about the animal.
If you want to expand the learning for each book, Oceanhouse Media offers”Teachers Guides” for each title. Guides are PDF files that can be printed and includes book description, subject, grade levels and a list of topics to open the discussion with the kids.
Each storybook app is easy to use, very well designed with stunning illustrations. Each book offers 3 reading modes: “Read to Me! “read myself” and auto play. To encourage and promote reading with early readers individual words are highlighted as the story is read. If when reading by themself, your kids struggle on a word they can just tap on it to listen to it and move on. As you read the each book, make sure to tap around … words zoom up for extra vocabulary!
Overall, all the storybook apps from the Smithsonian series are great. All offers stunning illustration, professional narration, words highlights and very easy to use. It allows kids to enjoy a great story and learn great information about the animal. A TOP PCIK series that we highly recommend!
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Disclosure: received free copy of this app for review purposes. Oceanhouse Media is a sponsor. All opinions expressed are purely that of the author.