Little Farm

Little Farm

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Learn playing! Know the different farm animals and their sounds with "Little Farm". Have fun looking for the animals, learning their names in different languages ​​and playing with kids in the house.

"Little Farm" is a farm of drawings with animations and sounds of different animals.

This application offers you:

- 15 animals with sounds and animations: sheep, lamb, goat, rooster, hen, chicken, cow, horse, donkey, goose, duck, turkey, pig, cat and dog.
- 10 animals languages​​: English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, German, Italian, Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Thai (translated by "Google Translate").
- 3 fun games: "Find the animal by its sound," "find the animal by name" and "memory game" (with 3 levels of difficulty and maximum score for each).
- Support for 4 screen sizes: small, medium, large and extra large (from 2.7-inch mobile tablets to 10.1 inches).
- Ads included.

With this application you can:

- Learn the sounds of various farm animals.
- Learn the names of animals in different languages.
- Practice what you learn with the play of the game sounds and names.
- Play the memory game in its three levels of difficulty.
- Use it to play the famous card game "The Farm" (as many players as animals).

Application ideal for parents with young children. Learn, play and have fun with your children.

Upcoming Updates

- Table of maximum scores for the games.

NOTE: Problems, questions or suggestions (eg, better translations), please contact the developer via email phtcdhd@gmail.com

(Translated by "Google Traductor")

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Recently changed in this version

2 new levels for the memory game


Comments and ratings for Little Farm
  • (59 stars)

    by A Google User on 17/08/2012

    It would help if the child could hear the name of the animal...what if they can't read.