- Size 76.7 MB
- Ratings 1
- AgeRating 4+ [?]
- Developer: Kimberly Rogers
- Website: Official website
- Release Date: 2017-02-16
- Supports: Family Sharing
- Languages: English, French
- Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Learn Languages While Moving Whole Body!
Piccoli Pals is designed for children 2-6 years old to develop and practice pronouncing words and short phrases in foreign languages. Our goal is to get children to enjoy other languages in a playful, fun way by encouraging them to move their whole bodies through physical activities, including jumping, skipping, crawling, etc. Our educational language development apps use tangible objects to encourage children to stay connected to their present environment. You and your child work together to learn little words in different languages.
Learn subjects, verbs and short phrases through various wild animals and their actions
Child mimics the behaviors of a variety of animals
As child progresses, he or she collects stars at the bottom of the screen
As each star changes color, the child advances to the next screen
No subscriptions, in-game upgrades or hidden fees
Adult (parent, grandparent, teacher, daycare provider, etc.) acts as a supportive guide to help the child practice new words in various languages. Child presses green or pink button to hear words and instructions. Child holds and slides horse icon to progress through the lesson. Piccoli provides, fun, supportive, educational environment to maximize learning new languages.
We never share information or make it public.
About Piccoli Horses:
Piccoli Horses introduces children to the fun of learning little words in different languages. By incorporating physical movements and speaking aloud, our approach to learning foreign language makes it fun and universal for all our children.
Created by parents, educators and early childhood development experts, Piccoli Horses educational app and plush toys were designed to get children speaking aloud, playing by moving their whole bodies and avoiding unhealthy reliance on electronics.