Greetings from the Land of Agnitus! My daughter and I have been visiting this wonderfully creative and educational place via the iPad, and there are two lovable and friendly fellas we’d like you to meet.
Join Icky and Ollie in Agnitus Learning Games for Preschool to Kindergarten; the best FREE, educational app I’ve seen for preschoolers! Agnitus Learning Games is a comprehensive app featuring six curriculum-based games, that help kids identify and learn the names of colors, shapes, fruits, animals, numbers, and letters, while providing parents a detailed Skill Report of their child’s success.
Agnitus Learning Games is available for the iPad, and is recommended for children ages 2-5. Although it is FREE, it does NOT have any ads! That’s awesome!
There are 6 fun, interactive, and easy to understand games, that focus on the following skills:
Identifying and matching 11 different colors
Recognizing and comparing 11 different shapes
Practice in counting and number recognition
Learning lowercase and uppercase letters
Challenging memory games while learning names and sounds of animals
Sorting numbers and shapes in ascending to descending order
When your child has mastered a game, new ones will be unlocked. There are also free-play games, with no score or objective; play with toys in a playful paradise, or help Icky get un-icky by giving him a shower!
Check out my video below to see the app in action.
I love how the levels of difficulty in the game will intuitively advance as your child masters them, helping them to stay challenged and engaged. Agnitus Learning Games navigates itself, automatically switching to new games when one is completed. This interface helps keep the app running smoothly, and your young child able to play the app all on their own. Although the games automatically move from one to another, you can still access the Main Menu by selecting the icon in the top, right-hand corner, and choose what game to play next. Agnitus Learning Games is easily operable by a preschooler.
The Parental Dashboard and Skill Reports chart the details of your child’s achievements in completing the games. Create profiles for each of your kids, and results are tracked in easy -to-read graphs in the Skill Reports. You can also have the Report Card sent to your email periodically.
Agnitus Learning Games for Preschool to Kindergarten draws from a child’s natural curiosity to learn through play and experience, and builds on this purpose with the design of very fun, interactively-engaging, curriculum-based games, in this must-have educational app.
Disclosure: I do not receive compensation for writing this review. The photos used were taken as screen shots from my iPhone or iPad. Views expressed in this review are purely and only mine. Pricing was accurate at the time of this review.