Get Moose & Zebra. Sweden – Magazine for Kids free this weekend
Moscow, Russian Federation – DashForward Lab LLC announces that Moose & Zebra. Sweden – Magazine for Kids can be downloaded free from the App Store during the weekend February 7-10. The app is similar to printed magazines for preschoolers where they learn interesting facts and complete activities helping to build such skills that will be required later in school. The key difference is that kids can “read” Moose & Zebra magazine completely on their own. All the activities are fully voiced. Every correct tap is rewarded. A hints mode can be switched on for a little extra help.
Kids and parents will enjoy spectacular illustrations and animation and will adore lovely characters Moose and Zebra.
Every issue of the magazine contains a lot of amazing facts on different subjects. In Moose & Zebra. Sweden kids will travel to the homeland of Moose and learn what a dala horse is, what the national flags of the Scandinavian countries look like, who lives in the Swedish forests, what weapons the Vikings used and much more.
Moose and Zebra teach young readers to count, identify shapes and colors, as well as to understand and compare sizes. Kids get to practice logic, reasoning, memory and many other skills. Moose & Zebra apps are completely safe for children. There are no advertisement and in-app purchases.
* Compatible with iPad
* Requires iOS 4.3 or later
* 44.9 MB Hard Drive space
Pricing and Availability:
Moose & Zebra. Sweden – Magazine for Kids 1.2 is currently only $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Education category. It can be downloaded free from the App Store during the weekend February 7-10.
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