September 5, 2012 in Education (F)
[prMac.com] Tel aviv, Israel - IQurio announced that their first educational game, ABC Theater - The Alphabet Song, is now available for download exclusively for iPad. It is an engaging and beautifully designed educational game where children learn to write, sing and play The Alphabet Song.
What gives the App appeal with children, even as young as 2.5, is that it works alongside a melody that they already recognize. The opening of the theater curtain, the ABC song and playful graphics together draw children into learning letters and their first words. While singing along, kids learn the alphabet and begin to develop their handwriting skills while they play this entertaining game. Every time they finish a letter, the theater puppets come to life. And as a further treat, they can also sing-a-long and learn to play the alphabet song on the App xylophone.
"We strongly believe that learning can be fun! So with that in mind we focus on creating Apps that grab a child's imagination and get them learning from an early age in a safe, colorful and interactive world," said Vered, IQurio's CEO. "ABC Theater - The Alphabet Song, is the first-of-a-series educational games focusing on learning language through songs. It's all about getting kids to learn to love to learn."
* Compatible with iPad
* Requires iOS 5.0 or later
* 118 MB
ABC Theater - The Alphabet Song is available for $2.99 in the U.S.
ABC Theater - The Alphabet Song (Lite) is available for free.
IQurio, an educational apps company based in Tel Aviv, Israel, was formed in 2012 by Matan Vered, Eyal Gershon and Uri Katz for the purpose of creating educational fun games. Visit website for more information, videos, screenshots, and more company information. We, at Iquiro, strongly believe that learning can be fun! So with that in mind we create Apps that grab your child's imagination and get them learning from an early age in a colorful and interactive world. Copyright (C) 2012 IQurio. 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.