Faces iMake – ABC | Apps For Kids
Faces iMake – ABC is an app from the makers of an award-winning App, Faces iMake Right-Brain-Creativity, providing kids with a creative tool to learn and play with the alphabet. The images in Learn ABC are perfect for little ones as they are images that they will recognize as they piece the puzzle together! Parents and Teachers will also be tickled when they see the pieces our kids will create with. No boring shapes for kids to work, this app is loaded amusing objects that will spark their imagination.
The Find ABC will entice kids to keep coming back for more as the narration is wonderful and the praise continues providing the perfect learning app experience. Kids find the pictures with the matching letter sound. The following videos will give you a clear picture of the app in action.
This is a Must Have app for Teachers and Parents as well. A fun and rewarding way to reinforce the ABC lessons as well as a tool to reinforce the letter sounds. This app is free of any advertising or purchase options making it a very safe and sound choice 🙂
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This app is a great addition to your kid’s toolbox for life!
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Meet The Developers!
What was the initial inspiration for your app?
What we wanted to do (Hanoch Piven and iMagine Machine) was to see how we can simplify and make more accessible the concept of our original app Faces iMake- Right Brain Creativity. When kids are young they have less “stories”about what is around them. Tomato can be a ball, an eye or eve a pillow. We want to take this way of looking at the world and use it into teaching the Alphabet.
What is your favorite aspect of your app?
That it is different. The ability to learn the ABC’s but without a goal or achievement was a key factor when developing Faces iMake – ABC. The concept of learning while playing is not new and it is the base of many great educational apps. What I like the most is that we approach teaching without teaching. Hanoch is saying:
“Children can see every day objects in a new light, transforming them and using their forms to create new images. Through this process children can become aware of visual metaphors and help them to look at everyday object in a new way.”
Is there anything else you would like to share with our readers?
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