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Dancing Animals Teach and Entertain Kids (Ages 2-6) in New iPad/iPhone App(July 23, 2011)
(PRWEB) July 23, 2011
Welcome to the world of Dancing Animals, where animals will dance and charm little children. Internet Design Zone, an iOS application developer company, has launched a new iPhone/iPad app: Dancing Animals For Kids. This funny game app will keep little kids entertained and busy with animals shaking to some groovy music.
Small kids get excited when they see animals. In this app, a child will see a Panda cheerleading, a Lion b-boying, a skating Donkey, a Mouse break-dancing, a Bear rocking to Hip-Hop music and more. Kids will have to spell each animal's name to make it dance.
How is the game played?
Every animal is depicted with an attractive picture. The child must spell its name using the letters on screen. Once the spelling is complete, the name of the animal is spelled and spoken aloud. After this, the same animal comes dancing on screen. The dance steps and music have been chosen to appeal to children. In the child's curiosity of seeing all the animals dance, the child will learn the names and spellings of the animals and also start recognizing them. The process of learning was never this much fun.
Why kids will love the app?
- 20 Animals with different music tunes and funky dance steps for every animal.
- Funny, cute graphics & animations.
Why parents will love the app?
- Kids will remain busy with some fun clean entertainment.
- Kids will learn to identify animals from their pictures, spellings and spoken names.
- Parents might see their child copying the dance steps of the animals.
- Free to download and try out.
- Very easy to understand and use. Child-friendly interface.
- 20 Dancing Animals (First 5 can be seen free. Remaining 15 are available via in-app purchase).
- The app is ideal for kids in age group 2-6. The app works on iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.
Founded in 2004 in Mumbai, India, Internet Design Zone has been developing websites and mobile applications. It has developed more than 45 iOS apps. The company is currently developing educational apps for kids.
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