Wednesday, 17 October 2012

Tail Toes Eyes Ears Nose by Auryn Inc- Giveaway

Tail Toes Eyes Ears Nose: Marilee Robin Burton's Interactive Book to Teach Body Parts to Babies and Toddlers


“A witty, clever and imaginative book…I love that the animal is slowly viewed by students because it helps to build
 their critical thinking skills and learn body parts and different aspects of animals. Overall a wonderful app.” – User review from Frances Amato

Teach your children basic body parts through this fun, simple app. We start by seeing the tails, toes, eyes, ears, nose of each animal; then, the rest of its body gently appears, creating a delightful surprise for little ones. Soon, they’ll be recognizing and
The app builds early learning and literacy skills by having the word for each body part appear when touched.

“Clever! Like the simplicity without making it babyish. Like the repetition and the regular subtle animations that occur to keep attention. Oh, and 1 more thing – a kid’s voice!” -- User review from “EveryWay”

"Despite its similarity to "Heads, Shoulders, Knees, And Toes," it feels just homespun and direct enough to charm." - Kirkus Reviews

The app is based on the print edition book "Tail Toes Eyes Ears Nose" by Marilee Robin Burton.

Key features:
★ Three ways to experience the book.
★ "Read to me" - Experience the different animal parts shown and narrated in a delightful manner. Once the different body parts are identified the whole body is revealed with the sound of the animal. At this point the child can interact with the page until they are ready to move to the next page.
★ "Auto Play" - same as "Read to Me" except the page advances automatically once the animal has been revealed.
★ "Read myself" - There is no narration. the child can touch a body part to hear it being spoken aloud. Once all the body parts on a page have been touched, the animal body is revealed.

Features on each page
★ Professional narration
★ Image and word association vocabulary builder - when an image is touched the associated word is spoken and the written word displayed.

"Once the animal is revealed, the child narrator makes a noise approximating that animal’s, a winning choice when canned sound effects would have been easier and more obvious" - Kirkus Reviews

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