Here is a fun app for toddlers and pre-schoolers to learn how to count through rhymes and songs. Free for a limited time!
What better way for children to learn counting than through rhymes and songs. This cheerful and heart-warming collection will get every child learning to count.
Hidden from children who are having fun singing or reciting is the pedagogy that lays the foundation for multiplication skills. While children are counting in two's and three's, they are actually learning to multiply without realising it!
Another educational triumph from the learning team at Little Learning Tots and A-Star! Cute rhymes, upbeat songs, what more can you ask for? Download now and watch your children learn to count!
● Counting fun with rhymes and songs
● Cute, colourful and upbeat songs and activities
● Learn ONE MORE concept through an intuitive activity
● Foundation for multiplication skills
● One, Two, Boo!
● One, Two, Boo Again!
● Counting Fun
● Counting in Two's
● Counting in Three's
● One More, Please
● Number House
● The Number Rumba
Download while free! iPad App
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