Kids Connect the Dots
50,000 - 100,000 downloads
- Tablet version available
- Doesn't make your phone to be shock-resistant
Your children will learn and be entertained connecting the dots.
Kids Connect offers more than 90 easy puzzles where you have to follow the dots in order to create a form. A sweet voice pronounces each number (or letter if you chose that option) and teaches common words such as lighthouse or lobster. Children can tap each number or draw a line from one to next.
We like that developers work on creating children-friendly apps. From a sensible point of view, this app is a really good job. In fact, it could also be a great app for foreign parents that want their children have a first contact with the English language.
This app belongs to Kid's series from Intellijoy, a company specialized in educational games. All their apps are plain fun for children younger than seven or eight years old. It's better played on a tablet. Anyway, a perfect app to let them play while you drive, for example.
Keep your preschoolers occupied while they gain and improve their number and letter recognition skills with Kids Connect the Dots, the acclaimed digital version of the classic game.
Millions of children have already enjoyed the friendly themes, bright illustrations, and encouraging vocal cues of its lite version. While the free version contains 25 puzzles, this paid app features more than a 100 simple connect-the-dot puzzles and promises to keep your little one enthralled.
Choosing the play button immediately begins a connect-the-dot adventure. With a preschool-friendly interface, the app is simple enough for your child to play without any help. The dots may be customized to display upper or lower case alphabet letters, and odd or even numbers. The child can connect the dots by either finger-drag drawing or single tapping from dot-to-dot. As he or she progresses, the next dot lights up. This hint command may be controlled to occur immediately or after the screen has been idle for three seconds.
When children succeed in connecting all of the dots, the outline is delightfully transformed into a colorful graphic. It might be a bird or muffin, a giraffe or a treasure chest. Preschoolers are surprised and filled with wonder to see the creatures and objects they have created "come to life".
Parents can emphasize the importance of following a sequence by activating the app's audio cues. When the audio mode is selected, a pleasing narrator guides your preschooler through the activity, naming each letter or number he touches. The narrator also gives your budding genius an upbeat affirmation before the child moves on to the next puzzle.
The images that appear when your child completes a picture are not always easy to guess. This lends an element of mystery to the activity, developing your preschooler’s imagination and love of learning.
2.2.3 - Bug fixes
2.1 - Added 10 new puzzles
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Peter Warrior.
still kept my now 3yrs old boy thinking and starting to comprehend number sequence
It keeps her occupied when I have my attention elsewhere.
Best app for kids
Good app which my kid really love it
My 4 y/o loves this
Great for kids