December 22, 2014 in Education (E)
[prMac.com] Madrid, Spain - Astrid Jansen Web Design introduces the iPad app, Learn Spanish in Luna's dress up world. In this dress-up game children learn a lot of the Spanish vocabulary while playing. The girl Luna doesn't understand very well Spanish. She needs to move around in her world but the things she needs to do are partially indicated in Spanish.
The instructions are only partially in Spanish so the child will learn the Spanish words from the context of the story and won't have the feeling it is studying. If the child doesn't know what a word means, they can go to the library to look it up in the dictionary. The game can also be played entirely in English.
The child has to take Luna to the correct rooms in her house and to the correct shops. Luna needs help to get dressed, buy clothes, go to the hairdresser, buy shoes, take care of her pet, cook, and lot's of more activities. She has her own currency, star coins, to buy things in the shops.
Luna's daily routine is different every day. In the morning she gets dressed, brushes her hair and does her makeup. She has breakfast in the restaurant. She spends the day buying clothes and shoes, goes to the hairdresser or she cleans her house. She cooks very well, but sometimes prefers to eat out in the restaurant. She adores animals and takes very good care of them.
Learn Spanish in Luna's dress up world is a fun dress-up game, where children learn a lot of the Spanish vocabulary.
* Compatible with iPad
* Requires iOS 6.0 or later
* 22.2 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Learn Spanish in Luna's dress up world 2.0 is free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Education category.
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