ABCs with Dally Dino - Preschool Kids Learn the Alphabet with A Fun Dinosaur Friend

Developer: Selectsoft

Current Version: 1.0

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 58.8 MB - Download

Description:

Teaches matching, sorting, sequencing, finding, counting, and more! Kids can discover the alphabet with 7 fun educational activities:

• Learn — Discover the alphabet with talking flashcards from Apple to Zebra!
• Match — Match the upper and lower case letters and watch them transform.
• I Spy — Use your eagle eyes to spot the right letter hidden in an alphabet jumble.
• Pairs — Test your memory by remembering the locations of all the letters.
• Sort — Move the upper and lower case letters to the right spots.
• Count — Practice your number skills!
• Order — Fill in the missing letters to complete the alphabetical sequence.
• PLUS! Sticker Screen — Earn letter stickers as you play! Move them around or send them sliding across the screen.

It's fun to learn the ABCs with the help of Dally Dinosaur! Easy drag-and-drop controls with fun narration, sound effects, and animation will keep pre-schoolers engaged and entertained for hours.

• From A is for Apple to Z is for Zebra, kids will love the colorful illustrations and friendly audio.
• Enjoy 7 different learning games plus a sticker screen.
• Simple and fun to use for even the littlest learners.

Brought to you by the creators of Reading Fun 1st Grade, Children's Picture Dictionary, ABC Animal vs. Veggie and many more!

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Most Helpful Reviews

2/5
Version 1.0
Review by Mammasaurous

Not easy to use - Unable to maximize the screen and therefore use the menu options at the bottom to get back to the main menu or change options or whatever it even says down there (can’t see it because my dock is in the way). Have to move the dock programs over to the side or something. Games are okay, but didn’t hold my 4 year old’s attention for long. Animation is cute but my daughter is deaf with hearing aids and it’s difficult for her when the mouth doesn’t match the words.

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