This is an adorable app for babies and toddlers to learn new words with gorgeous photographs. These images are accompanied by sounds associated with the object. If you want to get real fancy you can go into the settings in the app on your iPad and add the word both written and spoken to accompany the photo. Babies and young children LOVE photographs and this app has all the appropriate categories from animals, transportation, and household objects. Very young children can be exposed to a robust vocabulary by spending time with this app. The developer also took the time to provide several photographs for each image which can be a great conversation starter about differences in appearance and other attributes such as species, color, or age. Check out kids games, baby play app by Milad Fakhr for some delightful photographs and surely lots of smiles!
Parents, teachers, or caregivers can have this tool on hand to teach a variety of different concepts. For example birds, food groups, or living vs non-living or any other number of specific topics could be pulled out of this app. With the words displayed beginning consonant sounds and letter recognition could be reinforced.The child could easily play alone or with a sibling or friend as kids games, baby play app is so easy to navigate.
Supported languages: Arabic, Chinese, Chineses (Traditional), Danish, Dutch, English, Finish, French, German, Greek, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Turkish - Developer plans on adding more.
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When you enable the words to be shown on the screen and spoken and the photograph has two polar bears and it is written and spoken polar bear, it can be confusing to children. This use of plurals was not an issue for TWA when we did not have any language selected. The photographs are amazing, the drawings are a bit amateur in comparison.
Lisa Carew has been teaching for several decades now in a multitude of different positions. She has been involved with both ESL, Dual Language and the Special Needs population her whole career. She has just transferred to teaching fourth-grade and is always on the look out for the latest in technology to share with her students.