Price Drop: Cutie Mini Monsters (Education)

March 4 | Posted by admin | New Paid Apps for iPhone

Cutie Mini Monsters 1.0

Device: iOS iPhone
Category: Education
Price: $.99 -> Free, Version: 1.0 (iTunes)


Description:

★★ In celebration of being featured as New and Noteworthy and Whats Hot in education! We have reduced ALL of our apps to just $1.99 for 48 hours only! ★★ (some are normally priced $5.49)★★ Editor’s Choice Award 4.5 Stars, Children’s Tech Review ★★ ★★ Featured New and Noteworthy in 110 Countries★★ ★★ Editor’s Favourite Award, Appysmarts.com ★★ ★★ Featured on Whats Hot in 19 Countries ★★ Cutie Mini Monsters introduces children to number recognition and counting, Join Blushy, Toothy, Golly, Taily, Blobby, Growly, Snouty and others on a fun introduction to the numbers 1 through to 10.Specifically designed for the development needs of toddlers, these jigsaw puzzles along with a 10 page counting book will help your child with the following key skills:Key Skills:★ Shape and pattern matching★ Logic and observation★ Listening★ Fine Motor Skills★ Counting from 1 to 10★ VocabularyKey Features:
★ No In-app purchases or Ads★ Age-appropriate content for 1 to 4 year old children★ 10 beautifully illustrated pages
 ★ 6 full screen Jigsaw Puzzles★ Soundtrack and cute character sound effects★ Child and Parent spoken narration★ Simple interface for turning pages★ 3 and 4 piece jigsaw puzzles★ Free updates and extra content 

Reading Modes:

★ Read it myself – Large clear font for reading★ Touch read words – Tap individual words to hear their pronunciationWhat Reviewers are saying: ✭The iPhone Mom ✭ (excerpt from: http://www.theiphonemom.com/cutie-monsters-jigsaw-puzzles-review)Cutie Monsters app features both a counting storybook as well as fun jigsaw puzzles.  The counting storybook has bright, colorful graphics and fun animations.  I loved the simple, yet beautiful design of the app and how it functions.  I thought that the counting storybook would be great for teaching younger children their numbers, as it is it teaches number recognition and counting.  I also like how the storybook is interactive.  As for the jigsaw puzzles, the pieces are nice and large (easy for small hands to move around).  I thought that the puzzles would be great for developing fine motor skills, as children will drag and drop the puzzle pieces into place to complete the puzzles.  Children can enjoy the app through 3 different modes: “Read it Myself”, “Touch Read Words” and “Jigsaw Puzzles”.I really enjoyed the Cutie Monsters app!  I think that children would love the adorable little monsters, the cute interactive story and the fun jigsaw puzzles.  I will definitely be sharing the Cutie Monsters app with my son and would encourage parents of younger children to check it out!✭Appysmarts ✭(http://www.appysmarts.com/application/cutie-monsters-jigsaw-puzzles,id_28558,path_0.php)Appsmarts has awarded Cutie Monsters–Jigsaw Puzzles, the Editor’s Favourite Award.They liked the simple graphics, fun characters, ease of use and no distracting elements.They recommend Cutie Monsters for 18 month olds and gave it an overall score of 82/100What people who purchased the app are saying: ✮✮✮✮✮ Beautiful design, January 4, 2013By Michelle DamitioThis app is very well put together and easy for both my four-year-old and two-year-old to operate. The read to me feature is great because it says each word individualy when it is pressed; my oldest is starting to recognize words! We have a tag reading system that hasn’t been nearly as helpful to him. The puzzle section is also a nice feature. Highly recomend this, would love more like it!✮✮✮✮ Cute puzzle app, February 13, 2013By Angela (Cedar Park, TX) My 2 year old nephew just loves these little critters and putting the puzzles together and making them make noises. Recommend this for anyone with a toddler that likes simple puzzles and cute pictures.

Cutie Mini Monsters

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