I See The Moon – Nursery Rhyme – An Interactive Lullaby | Book App


ISeeTheMoonI See The Moon – Nursery Rhyme – An Interactive Lullaby Song is simply charming! You never know what will happen next! With adorable images, fun filled animations, and choices for tots, this is sure to keep them coming back for more. It’s a gift to help you give little ones exposure to what can happen when the imagination is set free to soar! The app button will connect you to the free version in the iTunes store – It is well worth the ad free .99 to ensure a peaceful lullaby for kids. Kids can choose their own family members to create your unique experience!

This app is presented to us by Dorit Leshnick. She has created the perfect app for home and Preschools and Early Elementary Teachers!

 Imagination Time!

Let Me Choose!!

It’s Me Time!!

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This app is a great addition to your kid’s toolbox for life!
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Meet The Developer!

Dorit_Leshnick-(1)What was the initial inspiration for your app?

When our kids were younger, we’d sing this song together every night, waiting for them to add their favorite person/doll/friend/pet at the end of the song. This inspired me to turn this fun bedtime activity into an interactive lullaby.  Quite some years have gone by since, but it left us with such a sweet memory of innocence and childhood that I wanted to share it.

What is your favorite aspect of your app?

I like surprises 🙂 so I tried to make many interactions have multiple animations.  Some are programmed so that they come up randomly, offering children a surprise each time they come back to that interaction. For instance, when you press on the mouse-hole on the first page, many different objects pop out of there each time! Butterflies, beads, a birthday cake, a rubber duck – not in any planned order – engaging you to keep playing.

Is there anything else you would like to share with our readers?

Sometimes it’s hard to get our little ones to settle down for the night. I thought this app might be helpful, enabling them to “walk” through each room in the house, play imaginary games with everyday household items, as children often do. I threw in a laughing witch on a broom, a monster in the bathroom mirror, a little alien rocking on grandpa’s chair, and many more lovable characters to entertain and make us smile, just before we put our heads on the pillow and go to sleep.
I also thought that it would be appropriate to have an option in which you can choose your own family members, so I created the Let-Me-Choose Page.
I’d love to hear your feedback.

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