Little Farm Preschool is a cute new app from developer Vicinno Soft LLC. Focusing on a variety of essential skills for preschoolers, this app helps young learners practice basic ideas in the scope of a friendly farm.
Little Farm Preschool is a simple app to navigate, making it perfect for its target crowd. The app opens up to an informative few games. The app identifies an animal and gives a quick game to play to get players familiar with which animals are which. After the initial directions, game play continues from task to task.
With simple directions, both written and narrated, the player must follow directions to practice different skills. Players practice counting, identifying shapes, differentiating between animals and colors, putting together simple puzzles, identifying beginning letters, animal sounds, showing small versus large, and other essential basic skills. Play continues seamlessly with a break every 5 questions or so for players to choose a sticker. Positive reinforcement accompanies correct answers and a simple "no" if players choose the wrong answer. The correct answer must be found before play continues.
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With cute little farm animals playing in the mud and prancing around on screen, preschoolers are immediately engaged in the app. I really liked the wide variety of skills and questions asked. The play changes with each question, so children never know what the next question will be about. Will it be a puzzle? A counting activity? Keeping children guessing is a great way to keep them engaged. The essential skills addressed are super important for developing learners to have before starting school. From colors and numbers, to letters and sounds, this app runs the gamut of skills.
Overall, this app has a lot to offer the 2-5 year old crowd. My son and I played for about 10 minutes before dinner tonight and never had a question repeat itself. The variety of questions kept him totally engaged. I think other parents will be as equally pleased.
Little Farm Preschool is available for download via the iTunes App Store - Universal App
If you want to try before buying - Lite version available
This app was reviewed by Sarah Emerling, a mom, a special education teacher, and a technology coach. She is a self proclaimed nerd with a passion for incorporating technology into education and you read her findings at The iLesson Lady
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