EduKid:Children Learning Games

Flashcards Shapes and Colors

Rating EduKid:Children Learning Games - 5 out of 5 - Best Rating 5.0

  • Android, iPad, iPhone
  • Free
  • age 3+
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About EduKid:Children Learning Games

EduKid: Children Learning Games is a pre-school and toddlers’ app built around cute and friendly animal characters with the purpose to provoke positive emotions in children and provide great learning supplements at the same time. EduKid: Children Learning Games is free initially on a trial basis and offers monthly or an annual subscription with additional features and games as an optional in-app purchase. EduKid: Children Learning Games is free from in-app adverts and is safe for children.

EduKid:Children Learning Games Review

EduKid: Children Learning Games is a pre-school and toddlers’ app built around cute and friendly animal characters with the purpose to provoke positive emotions in children and provide great learning supplements at the same time. The gameplay teaches the user to recognise shapes, patterns, colours, numbers, sizes, and many more by asking your little one to solve puzzles, match and pair pictures, colours, flashcards, big and small items and recognise animals. EduKid: Children Learning Games is free initially on a trial basis and offers monthly or an annual subscription with additional features and games as an optional in-app purchase. EduKid: Children Learning Games is free from in-app adverts and is safe for children. The application is available on both Android and iOS platforms and works well on a mobile and tablet device in landscape mode.

The application opens with a delightful and beautifully animated developer splash screen followed by a scrolling home dashboard. The graphics and sound of this application are truly wonderful and would appeal to toddlers and preschool children. The animation scrolls to the left and right to reveal learning games that include: Puzzles, Big-small, flashcards, numbers, animal houses, colours and shapes.

The home page also includes a parental setting in the top right which is protected by a parental question. Here a parent can access the following:

With Pronunciation – This articulates the titles of the game items verbally and helps children learn their names.

Contact Us – This links to an email where the developers can be contacted. 

Rate Us -  – This links to the application’s home page within the chosen format. Here a review can be left for the developers if you wish to do so.

Languages– This includes 12 different languages for the user to access.

Reset – This option allows the user to reset the application and its scores

Returning to the home dashboard the application offers the following educational gameplay options:

Shapes Game – The developers suggest that this focuses on matching shapes to develop optical perception. The child has six topics to choose from which include: Shapes 1, Robots, Forms, Pizza, Shapes 2 and Vehicles. Each game is beautifully animated and gives in-app instructions and prompts of want to do. Each successful object that is dragged into the shape box is rewarded with the pronunciation of that shape. It is noted that the application has an American accent and uses American-English in its vocabulary. Other gameplay modes include shapes being matched to parts of an object such as a robot, creating a pizza or constructing a vehicle. Traditional shapes are covered such as square, circle, rectangle, rhombus, semi-circle and pentagon. Successfully completed games are rewarded with further animations. We found this gameplay intuitive and easy to master even for those children with limited fine motor skills.

Colours Game – The developers suggest that this focuses on colours and how to differentiate them. The child has seven topics to choose from which include: Park, Sea Adventures, Ice-cream Shop, Fruit Basket, Airplane, Matching Colours 1 and Matching Colours 2. Once again, each game is wonderfully presented and asks the child to match the characters colours to the animations in scenic settings such as a fairground or sea adventure. There are also animated colours to match in the ice cream shop, aeroplanes, fruit basket items and much more.

Puzzles Game – The user will need to drag and drop up to 10-pieces of a puzzle helping them to locate shapes and recognise how they fit into each other. The child has ten topics to choose from which include: Professions, Birds, Vehicles, Space, Animals, Underwater, Dinosaurs, 6-piece puzzles, 8-piece puzzles and 10-piece puzzles. The puzzles pieces are clear and easy to move to the correct positions. Puzzles are made up of a variety of different pieces with the options of choosing up to 10-pieces for a single puzzle. There is a huge variety of puzzles with some larger puzzles being quite challenging.

Big-Small Game – The developers suggest that this teaches the child to sort between big and small objects to learn about the size concept and how items can be compared. The child has six topics to choose from which include: Good night, Sandwich, School, Food menu, Vehicles and the Swimming pool. Most of the games consist of selecting small or large items to match the small or large characters such as items for school and items used when swimming and much more. The gameplay is great fun, intuitive and easy to navigate.

FlashCards Game – The developers suggest that this enhances the child’s visual scanning skills using digital flashcards. The child has nine topics to choose from which include: Animals, Vegetables, Food, Shapes, Musical Instruments, Vehicles, Toys, Fruits and colours. Most of the games consist of a simple drag and drop to match the digital pictures. Some of these pictures are complete and some are matching halves of the image. Once again, the graphics are delightful and the interface very easy to use.

Numbers Game – The developers suggest that by assigning a number to each of the objects group children will get a basic understanding of the relationship between numbers and quantities. The child has ten topics to choose from which include: Number box, Number shade, Find a number, Bubbles, Number Matching, Missing numbers, Big small, Ship Building, Same number, and Matching fishes. For this review, we will take a look at Missing number and Number shades.

Missing Number requires the user to choose the correct number missing from the sequence of numbers shown such as the number 1 and 3 missing from the number chain 1, 2, 3 and 4. Number shades invite the user to drag and drop numbers into a given shaded area. This focuses on number form and recognition.

Animal Houses Game –The child has eight topics to choose from which include: Spider Chicken, Squirrel Hippo, Parrot Seal, Dog Frog, Kitty Bird, Fish Bee, Owl Penguin and Monkey Dolphin. Each game requires the child to match the relevant animals with their homes.

Is EduKid: Children Learning Games app easy to use?

EduKid: Children Learning Games is an incredibly in-depth application and the menu systems and features are very easy to navigate. The application has a very clean look to the colours and animations. At no point does the screen look over cluttered. Each of the menus can be easily accessed and the user interface is very intuitive.

How will parents benefit?

Parents can set their child off and running with the application with very little support from the outset. Parents can be reassured that the content is child safe and although presented as a selection of games there is significant educational value in all of them.

How will teachers benefit?

Teachers can set their students off and running with the application with very little support from the outset. Taking screenshots and photos of completed games is a great way of celebrating success. Children can also use the game by taking turns.

How will the user benefit?

It’s great fun! Our users found the application a delight to use and kept playing the games again and again. They particularly enjoyed the differentiation of gameplay, there is something for everyone!

What we love about the EduKid: Children Learning Games

We simply love the quality of the animation and music. The application is supported by 12 different languages which are ideal for a wider market and those schools with children where English is a second language. The games are great fun and educational and very easy to play and navigate. The developers have considered the layout and interface very carefully so children cannot get lost within the application and the games are easy to play and access. Sometimes the simplest of applications are the best.

What EduKid: Children Learning Games app could improve on

EduKid: Children Learning Games is an excellent application and there is a limited amount of improvements that can be made, however, we have suggested the following:

  • The developers might consider making the parental lock slightly more secure by introducing a number sequence or number sum lock rather than just a single colour where a child may guess with one push of a button.
  • When choosing the ‘Contact Us’ option in the ‘Settings’ menu the email is outside of the applications platform. The developers may want to consider an in-app form for simplicity.
  • The developers should consider an option to turn the music on or off within the applications settings. Although the music is wonderful it is repetitive and may hinder the user’s concentration.
  • We did find that with the puzzles with many pieces, such as the 10-piece jigsaw, the pieces were quite small to move and position. The developers may consider making the graphics in the middle of the screen larger.
  • Our users were unsure of the educational relevance the Animal Houses game played compared to the other games in the application.
  • The developers might want to consider adding a screen time limit feature that can reassure parents that their children are not using the game for too long.
  • The developers could consider multiple users accounts for a classroom environment. This would enable scores and progress to be monitored as well as adding competition within the classroom.

How much does EduKid: Children Learning Games cost?

EduKid: Children Learning Games is free initially on a trial basis and offers further plans as a monthly or yearly subscription. 

Is EduKid: Children Learning Games safe to use?

Yes. The application does not require an account or email to start with. Parental controls are protected to a degree, which is great to see. The developers ensure everything you view is age-appropriate and secure. EduKid: Children Learning Games is free from in-app adverts and is 100% safe for children.

Overall Rating of the application

EduKid: Children Learning Games is by far one of the best multiple learning educational games we have played. Not only does it come with a user-friendly platform and a variety of content the application encourages your child to explore the gameplay activities whilst providing a unique fun and educational experience. EduKid: Children Learning Games comes highly recommended by The EducationalAppStore.com

App Details

Ratings

Devices

Android, iPad, iPhone

Price

Free

Skills

Cognitive Development
Critical Thinking
Communication Skills
Thinking & Reasoning
Reading
Tech Skills

Safeguarding

In-App Purchases - No

In-App Advertising - No

Publisher

Meemu

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