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Apps for Learning Shapes

These apps help children learn the names and properties of 2D and 3D shapes. They also cover the concepts of symmetry and co-ordinates. Maths apps provide children with valuable practise and reinforce learning in a fun way either in the home or classroom.

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    RelationShapes is an application available on iOS and android platforms and is designed to develop young children’s visual-spatial reasoning and creative problem solving through open ended play.

    Devices: iPad

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    The Highlights Shapes app helps children learn shapes and colours through a fun and engaging way.

    Devices: Android , iPad

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    Dragon Shapes is an app that will help your child discover and improve their ability to recognise and name different geometrical shapes and develop spatial visualisation abilities.

    Devices: iPad

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    Tap Shapes is an addicting quick reaction game, based on shapes that change constantly.

    Devices: Android

    A hands-on, real-life way for kids to learn shapes using real-life objects.

    Devices: Android

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    KIZ Wood Shapes is based on the traditional wooden toy, which encourages children to drag shapes into the correct holes.

    Devices: Android

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    Cyberchase Shape Quest is a free app from the PBS network in America and is related to one of their animated series.

    Devices: Android

    Busy Shapes is a digital playground filled with geometric shapes and corresponding holes invites exploration by the toddlers to support cognitive development, including shape, size and color matching.

    Devices: iPad

    Dino Tim is a gamified approach to teaching counting skills.

    Devices: Android , iPad