Learning Chinese is a blast for kids & parents with 123 Chinese for iPad
May 3, 2012 in Education
[prMac.com] Brussels, Belgium - 123-Kids, an emerging children's mobile applications developer, is excited today to announce the launch of 123 Chinese onto the App Store. Compatible with all iPad devices, this vibrant language learning utility is geared towards young children but powerful enough to prove fun for the whole family! The developer's inaugural iOS release, 123 Chinese provides kids with a straightforward solution to begin learning how to read, write, and pronounce basic Chinese words. Colorful flashcards, illustrations, guides, and audio elements included in the app make learning a blast while concise categories focus user's attention to specific subjects. Three different difficulty settings are included to ensure that everyone from complete novices to more advanced returning users find the app accessible yet engaging too. 123 Chinese is currently available for download on the App Store for $2.99 in the Education category.
Utilizing a structure that's equal parts entertainment and education, 123 Chinese represents a beginner's level Chinese language introduction that simultaneously teaches users how to write out basic chinese characters, read them effectively, and speak them properly. Vocabulary is split up into 3 unique sections - Colors, Animals, and Numbers - with each section offering users dozens of individual flashcard-based exercises to learn specific words and numbers.
123 Chinese' many visual guides show users how to write Chinese characters stroke by stroke, and the app includes multimedia slides that display specific words written in both English and Chinese. These slide also feature audio recordings of specific Chinese words by a native Chinese speaker, and come complete with drawings of all taught words to ensure that youngsters have the right idea what every Chinese word they learn is.
The app comes with 3 available difficulty settings ranging from Easy to Hard to accommodate both users completely new to Chinese as well as those who may already have a background in learning the language. In higher difficulty levels exercises such as multiple choice mini-quizzes and more are included to test user's understanding of the material as well. Whether you're a parent and want your child to start learning Chinese just want to introduce yourself to the language in a casual yet effective way, look no further than your iPad and get 123 Chinese today.
Founded in Brussels, Belgium in 2011, 123-Kids is a mobile applications developer focused on bringing uniquely effective education solutions to mobile-engaged children around the world. (c) Legendary Crafters Ltd. 2012. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.