Comments

In this wordless book app, children can release animals from captivity, moving them back to their original habitat. The app is simple and very similar to the book version, with added simple animations and sounds. It can be enjoyed even by the very young (0-3), who can develop their understanding and speaking skills, for instance naming animals and reproducing their sounds. For older preschoolers, the app may trigger questions and conversations about animal rights and human's responsibilities and impact on their existence and well-being, expanding children's understanding of the world. No matter the child's age, this app is better enjoyed in shared reading, where such issues can be talked about. Another highlight is the colourful and attractive illustrations, and the app promotes visual literacy by promoting complex relationships between the images without the explanation of words.

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Learning Area Milestones

Understanding Speaking

  • Can understand sequencing ‘first/last/next’
  • Can predict what will happen next
  • Uses a variety of questions (‘what/where/who’)
  • Begins to explain ideas
  • Able to use language to gain information and give and get ideas
  • Has interest in illustrations
  • Looks at books independently, can hold them and knows how to turn pages

Best Features

Loads of fun

Play together

Lots to do

Creative

Make it your own

Interactive

About the app

Developer
Patrick George

Supported Devices
Apple iPhone, Apple iPad, Android Phone, Android Tablet

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