Beck and Bo by Avokiddo is pure perfection for toddlers! This app invites toddlers to become familiar with objects of their world through creative and engaging play. The wonderful organic collage-like scenes are immediately pleasing to the eye and are what drew us to this app in the first place. This free-form kind of discovery approach lets kids place characters/objects in a multitude of places as long as they are within the general rules of nature and common sense. The concept of experimenting is widely promoted within his app, which engages the learner and drives the learning. TWA endorses the Avokiddo philosophy: "We think that when you enjoy something, you become one with it; and it is in this creative state that learning takes place. To learn is not merely to memorize, which is a passive, repetitive and accumulative process, but to build a state of awareness that keeps the mind fresh, passionate and highly creative. Our kids are already born with these qualities and we feel it’s our responsibility and our duty to further enhance them. We designed Beck and Bo with these values in mind. FEATURES & HIGHLIGHTS ￭ Ideal for ages 2 to 6…but really, older kids will also love it ￭ 12 uniquely designed scenes come to life piece by piece (3 scenes available in the Lite version) ￭ 12 interactive albums showcasing objects, sounds, and spelling (3 albums available in the Lite version) ￭ Hundreds of sounds and voice recordings: objects, animals, vehicles, toys… and much more ￭ Click an object to hear its name, put it in place to animate it and hear its sound ￭ All scenes are animated and objects can be freely rearranged across the screen ￭ Supreme aesthetics and graphics ￭ Real-time physics ￭ Multi-touch support ￭ No banner ads! ￭ Optimized for both iPhone and iPad
Written by Jayne Clare
Jayne Clare is dedicated to being in the forefront of the ever-changing digital landscape. She has been working directly with students and startups and recognizing what works and what doesn’t, along with the why behind both. Jayne co-founded Teachers With Apps in 2011.
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