## Color by Numbers - Flowers

Developer: Kedronic UAB

Current Version: 1.6

Last Updated: 5 months ago

4.5

Description:

If your child likes flowers, this coloring game is made for them. Beautiful flowers make them feel the joys of spring, and the painting process turns into an enthralling game where they can bring their fantasies to life and draw a red daffodil, or a blue sunflower.

Benefits:
◦ Teaching children simple arithmetic. Addition and subtraction
◦ Coloring by geometrical figures and pictograms
◦ Coloring by letters
◦ Very simple program interface that any child can master
◦ Easy-to-use palette that allows you to put together your own unique set of colors
◦ High-quality drawings of all pictures
◦ Visual effects and sound effects
◦ Pleasing background music
◦ Colored pictures automatically saved on closing the program
◦ And many other useful features that make coloring entertaining

Paint by numbers - an interactive coloring book for children. This mathematical game teaches children to recognize numbers and solve simple mathematical examples. In addition, this program develops memory, attention, imagination, and logical abilities.
Boys and girls of all ages love to color. The simple coloring mode is suitable for the smallest of children, including those of kindergarten and preschool age. These include simple and recognizable images that are easy to color. If the child selects the wrong shape, then they will be prompted with the correct number. Therefore, the picture will always be colored correctly, and the child will quickly memorize the numbers. Children can choose to color by geometrical figures and pictograms in addition to numbers. A child can easily distinguish a square from a circle, diamond, and triangle.
School-age children will enjoy the complex coloring mode. Here the picture is divided into a large number of elements, thus making it difficult at first to determine what it depicts. Older children can complicate the task by adding addition and subtraction tasks. Now children will need to solve the examples and choose the correct answers in order to color the picture. This will teach the child how to quickly do arithmetic in their mind.
Those who are learning the alphabet can choose to color by letter. Coloring by letters will be useful for children preparing to enter primary school.
To make the coloring process more interesting and fun, you can change any of the preset colors. To do this, press and hold the jar of paint and a palette will open. Then you can choose your favorite color. Thus, all the shaded areas of the image can be changed in the coloring by number mode. You can have fun by changing the color scheme to suit your taste. Try the program right now!

Release Notes:

- Increased drawing area
- Animated buttons
- Improved brush

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5/5
Version 1.1.0
Review by dibujante

Great for my child - I love this. I have a 5 year old, special needs child. He loves that he can do this alone, then share it with others. It is simple, entertaining and simply beautiful when done. thanks to the developers. The only downside is there isn't more different versions.

Found helpful by 4 out of 4 people

### More Reviews for Current Version

5/5
Version 1.6
Review by 1934829

COLOR BY NUMBER—FLOWERS APP - I FIRST DOWNLOADED/INSTALLED THE FREE APP. I WAS SO EXTREMELY IMPRESSED BY THE BEAUTY OF THE FLOWERS AND THE COLORS AND THE WAY THEY WERE RENDERED…THAT I PURCHASED THE FULL APP. THE PRICE IS REASONABLE AND THE BEAUTY AND JOY THAT YOU GET FROM IT FAR SURPASSES THE COST. IT IS WORTH EVERY PENNY AND THEN SOME. I WOULD HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS APP…NOT ONLY FOR CHILDREN BUT FOR ADULTS WHO LIKE TO COLOR BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS. THE PAINT TUBES AND BRUSH WORK AS MAGIC AND WHEN YOU USE THEM, THEY GIVE OUT A LITTLE PUFF OF ARTIFICAL SMOKE SHOWING THE COLOR THAT IS CONTAINED WITHIN THE TUBE. IT IS A FABULOUS APP. I CANNOT SAY ENOUGH POSITIVE THINGS ABOUT IT. TRY THE FREE RENDITION AND SEE. Margaret

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
4/5
Version 1.6
Review by Lilbitmiss88

It’s fun for my 5 year old - She just started on the numbers, dabbled with the addition and subtraction but is still loving it! Not sure it’s worth \$5 but if she ends up doing her addition and subtraction then it’ll be worth it!

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people