My Daily Objects

My Daily Objects

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My Daily Objects
Did your kid recognize daily used objects in routine life? This application helps kids to learn their first lesson on commonly used objects in their life. With a very simple and easy to use interface, kids can scan through all basic objects; see their view and spelling of same. It’s a fun way to learn and get acquainted to various objects. The application also comes with an interactive quiz for kids to test their learning about various objects. This application intends to take the kids out of non interactive books to an interactive learning experience.
My Shapes is the new app in "My First Steps" learning series for toddlers by Concoct Services. The application comes with the following features:

•Absolutely free (ad supported). Complete alphabets without any locks or purchases required
•Clear and Crisp shared layouts for easy learning
•Application speaks our object names with pictures
•Well integrated quiz to test the learning with scoring option
•Very simple and easy to use application
•Have click and play functionality for easy navigation
•Option of AutoPlay. Just leave the kid with application to enjoy and accelerate self learning

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Keywords: my objects, Toddlers, Kids, Learning, Pre School, My first step, PreSchool, Concoct
Service, Teaching, baby, Kindergarten, Phonics, Reading, education, words, Child, School, quiz,
puzzle

Tags: pictures of basic objects used daily.

Recently changed in this version

v1.1
1) Now kids can learn more about daily objects with just one click


Comments and ratings for My Daily Objects
  • (77 stars)

    by Sulabh Gupta on 31/01/2013

    Simple to use for kids