Baby Learns Colors
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“ The artwork and sounds throughout the app are phenomenal and very kid friendly.” - iViewApps
“ Highly highly recommended app.” - Welcome to their world apps
“ Its graphics are happy and well developed to attract kids’ imagination.” - Shine App
This colorful and highly interactive game will help teach your little ones the names of 12 basic colors. It will also be fun for older kids and even adults to learn colors in other languages.
* Learn and Play on three animated screens: Fishes, Ink Blots and Spaceships
* Record your own unique and personal voiceovers
* Download and share multilingual voiceovers
* Prize World with lots of cute prizes (Bebekas)
* Avatar selection
* Coloring pages
* High quality animation and sounds
* Game Center integration
* 9 months and up!
LITE version available
With this wonderful educational game your little boy or a girl will quickly and easily learn all twelve basic colors in English, Russian or any other language you want. Unique customization features will allow you to create a very personal learning experience for your children.
Cute avatars, bright colorful objects, amazing animations and sounds, abundant prizes - we know how to make learning fun and playful.
Your child tired of catching color-fish? Let’s see what funny ink blots are up to... or maybe it’s time to go on a trip to space? Give the right answers, color the coloring books and get funny Bebeka prizes! And don’t forget to settle your Bebekas in the Prize World.
Dear parents! You can create your own unique and personal version of Baby Learns using the Recorder. Learning is much more effective when your child hears the familiar voice of mom or dad! You can also share your recordings with our community and download community created voiceovers directly from Baby Learns app.
Bebebe Co. is a member of Moms With Apps, a collaborative group of family-friendly developers seeking to promote quality apps for kids and families.
Recommended Ages: 1-3 (for learning colors in a native language); 4-7,8-10 (for learning colors in a foreign language)
Categories: Early Learning, Foreign Language