- Size 706.1 MB
- Ratings 4
- AgeRating 4+ [?]
See, Touch, Listen & Learn all about animal habitats, lifestyles & fun facts. Learning is enhanced when multiple senses are engaged! Link4fun creates an educational experience nothing short of magical as kids turn book pages & the iPad comes to life. Research shows that when more sensory activities are involved, lessons are better absorbed and more neural pathways are formed. With the Link4fun Food Books, kids are:
+++ Turning the book pages for larger motor movement
+++ selecting among icons to choose the path of their learning experience
+++ listening to the narrative from the iPad
+++ looking at the colorful pictures
+++ reading along with the iPad narration.
+++ learning new vocabulary words, highlighted and defined within the app
+++ discovering new information about familiar animals
+++ practicing fine motor skills as they drag, drop and click in the various activities
The Link4fun Food Books App is designed to be the companion app to the Link4fun Food Books which are available at www.link4fun.com. The full Link4fun Animal Books Master Pack includes 3 Books … Wild Animals, Farm Animals, and Pets with 6 animals in each book. There are hidden magnets embedded in the pages of the books which allows the compass in the iPad to read which page you are on. So, when you turn the book page to the Elephant, the app recognizes this and brings up the elephant learning activities. Kids can tap different icons to learn where elephants live, what they eat, how big they are, and more. They can even watch a video of elephants in action, and upload their own elephant pictures to personalize the learning experience. This is a revolutionary interactive technology that is not being used ANYWERE else in education.
This companion book app links seamlessly with the iPad... no wires, bluetooth, wifi, or any other physical or technical connection is required. Simply turn the book pages and the app comes to life!
Stages Learning Materials has been creating quality teaching tools since 1996. We all know that learning happens in stages. Learn to crawl before you walk, learn to walk before you run.
Language development also happens in stages. Children learn to match objects first ("put apple with apple"), then to identify objects receptively ("give me the apple"), and finally to identify objects expressively ("what is it?" "it is an apple"). Our products are created to stimulate learning at each stage of language development.
The stages of your child's development are precious and wonderful. Stages Learning Materials will partner with you to make the most of every stage.