DescriptionWriting 1,2,3 - is application from learning series for preschool children in ages 4-6. The series aims - to prepare the child for transition from kindergarten to school.
This application is intended to teach to recognize and practice writing numbers from 1 to 20.
What are the advantages of this application, in comparison with other finger writing apps?
- The application accompanies the child during a training session automatically, so no need for assistance of adult during the exercise.
- A special mechanism that provides writing of each number in the correct order, ensures the correct and precise execution of handwriting. The kid need to trace the line from red to green point following the curve suggested by yellow arrow.
- Size - numbers occupy the full screen, which lets you write with your finger comfortably and easily, even on the small screen.
- Tracing of numbers is separated into easy steps accompanied by bright arrows and our unique big green and red circles signing where to begin and where to stop tracing.
Among other things the child will watch funny animations. Talking animals will encourage the child's progress - a small elephant, naughty birds, turtle, giant rabbit - three-dimensional characters and amusing animation quality ...
23 languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Hebrew, Russian, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Hindi, Arabian,Czech, Danish, Finnish, Hungarian, Dutch, Norwegian, Polish, Slovak, Swedish in one application (the language is selected in accordance with the language settings on the phone / tablet)
All rights reserved, redistribution from third parties except of Market owner is not allowed.
For more information about licensing the used media is available in the application, click on menu-> About.
Banners images were created by Nextair and are licensed to us only.
This app is completely free, thanks to advertising networks used: Admob - it will help us to keep developing more apps.
tags: handwriting worksheets, handwriting practise, handwriting numbers, writing numbers