Preschool Genius Math Booster Zoo | Apps For Kids


BoosterZooPreschool Genius Math Booster Zoo is a fantastic math primer for your kids! A Perfect Tool for Preschool as well as Kindergarten Teachers to have on hand! The 3D graphics are truly an enticement to keep coming back for more. Kids can swipe across the screen each way and the animals will follow along in the beautiful landscape! Zoo animals are an absolute hit with our kids. In addition, there are surprises to be found while tapping other objects and learning fun facts.

You will see the app in the unlocked version – packed with twelve math games! The videos below give you a great look at the value in this app. Counting, addition, and subtraction are taken to reinforcing levels in other games. What is Missing, Comparison games, and Balancing Game, and Shapes are great ways to strengthen math skills as well as observation, decision making, and fine motor skills.

The store button will take you to the free version which has 3 free games. The app itself has a kid lock. In addition,  our Parents page can help you with Settings to insure against accidental in app purchases.
This app is presented to us by One Monk Clapping.

Count The Animals and Find The Missing Animal!

Add The Animals and Match The Animals!

Try Shapes and Balance The Seesaw!

Memory Games and Swipe The Shapes!

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

DeveloperPhotoWhat was the initial inspiration for  your app?

Most of my apps start with the same inspiration. My son!. He loves our rescued dogs, cat, tortoises, and birds. Going to the zoo and aquarium are some of his favorite activities. He is right at the age where counting everything, especially animals, is fun.

What is your favorite aspect of your app?

I enjoy a very rich illustration style. I believe preschool age kids are right at the turning point were they can revel in this rich style. Early versions of the app were so realistic, that the animals natural camouflage actually blended into the background too much. It was a challenge to create clarity while still preserving a natural look.
I enjoy exploratory learning, and this requires a layered interface. The games can be played in multiple ways with multiple purposes. When a child is still learning how to play the game, randomly clicking on animals is enough to lead the child thru the game, but with a low score. Clicking on the buttons with the correct answers achieves a higher score. Moving the background and exploring the environment adds another layer to the game experience.

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

This app took a year to create, build, interweave into an enjoyable, educational, challenging and fun experience. My son and I play this game together, and we both delight in each achievement, as he learns to navigate thru the games, learns the goals of each game, and finds his way. I am sure you and your child will find it as wonderful as we do!

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