Where are Philip’s violin is an educational game included in the Computer Gratka series. The title is dedicated in particular to the youngest recipients, as the content presented in it coincides with the curriculum of pre-school and early-school children.
This production takes us to a magical land called Teczowa Polanka, inhabited by the title gnome of Filip and his friends – Papatka, Tosia mouse and Barnabas teddy bear. Introduction to the game informs us that an unknown perpetrator stole the violin belonging to the first of the mentioned heroes, and we, playing each of the fairy tale characters in turn, have to perform a series of missions that will allow us to track down the thief.
As a Papacy, we help a ladybug friend Gama to find the dots she loses, by controlling Barnabas we build water glockenspiel for the talented Komar Bzyk, and by entering Philip’s skin, we clean up a nearby anthill and play the virtual piano. At the same time we do not forget about the Tosi mouse, whose purpose is to search for instruments hidden in caves and to create with the spiders strings for the magical harp. These are just some of the nine games that were prepared for the little ones by the authors of the program. Apart from the missions mentioned above, preschoolers will also find rhymes, colouring books, dominoes and an animated fairy tale with the characters from Teczowa Polanka in the main roles.
Where is Philip’s violin also has an educational value, teaching children elementary notions related to music and the world of insects. The product also puts emphasis on the knowledge of letters and basic mathematics issues. It also has an impact on computer literacy, which is particularly important in the context of using a PC by the youngest.
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