Nicholas Stratigopoulos launches TGfU Games PE Version 1.4

December 15, 2012 in Education (E)

[] Montreal, Canada - Treading on expected lines, Nicholas Stratigopoulos has released TGfU Games PE Version 1.4., an app that has immensely helped health education professionals and physical instructors by providing fun-filled and highly effective games for children to inculcate high levels of activity. TGfU Games PE Version 1.4 can be easily installed in iPhone, iPad, and iPhone touch and requires iOS 4.3 or later. The app has a huge collection of games for children involving physical activities that complement the development of mental and analytical skills in children.

There are over 200 games to choose from 4 categories namely Net & Wall, Striking & Fielding, Invasion & Territorial and Target that have been developed as per TGfU model. Another popular category Pursuit & Evade has been included in the latest version. Learning via game based approach has been tactfully utilized and physical instructors are bound to find all the games extremely useful in making kids learn various analytical skills in an easy manner. Games are suited for children from kindergarten to sixth grade.

Nicholas Stratigopoulos finds pleasure in releasing the latest Version 1.4 of the app TGfU Games PE. The app provides physical instructors access to different games aimed at creating learning by game playing in children. Well suited for children from kindergarten to sixth grade, there are over 200 games to choose from four different categories namely Net & Wall, Striking & Fielding, Invasion & Territorial and Target that have been developed as per TGfU model. In the latest version a 5th category namely Pursuit & Evade has been included by popular demand.

Searching for relevant games has been made through the formation of categories. Additionally, games can also be searched using grade levels. If you have a particular sport in mind corresponding to a game, it can be accessed easily, if present in the database. Users having interesting games of their own can contribute to the existing database of games for sharing with other instructors. This allows steady growth of game database via robust contribution.

Teaching games for understanding (TGfU) model has been developed after comprehensive research. Each game in the collection aims to provide some sort of learning through game playing instructions. These games have been found to have a tremendous impact in the mental abilities of kids. Physical instructors dealing with kids are always finding it tough to transfer good learning knowledge to kids. With these fun learning games the task becomes all the more creative and simple.

Highlights of TGfU Games PE
* Unique fun learning games for children
* Games are broadly classified into 5 categories
* Choose games via grade level and particular sports
* Ideal for kids from kindergarten to 6th grade
* Allows physical instructors to formulate robust learning sessions for kids
* Over 200 games to choose from
* Ever increasing database of games

Device Requirements:
* Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch and iPad
* Requires iOS 4.3 or later versions
* 59.6 MB size
* Language - English

Pricing and Availability:
TGfU Games PE Version 1.4 is priced at $ 1.99 and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Education category. Already a number of professionals are using it with satisfactory results.

Nicholas Stratigopoulos is born on December 20th, 1989 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He has taken a path of his own when it comes to providing educational apps for children. Being a physical and health education teacher, (graduate from McGill university), Nicholas is constantly in the search for new and better ways of providing fun-filled learning to kids. He has developed robust skills in creating apps that help physical instructors all across globe in imparting excellent learning to kids via the games. Being a solo inventor of apps, Nicholas has shown a keen intent of experimenting with new idea for a constant improvement in the overall user experience generated by his apps. Copyright 2012 Nicholas Stratigopoulos. 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.