Educational Apps | Counting Ants
Kids are already fascinated with ants so they will certainly be enticed by this app. What a great counting app as it stands! Here’s the better news: If you want more than the ten languages: English, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, French, Italian, Hungarian, Ukrainian and German, hold on because they plan adding new languages and much more for their updates. The developers would love to hear your suggestions!
Aside from counting this is a wonderful way to introduce kids to a whole new language, or ten of them 🙂
Kids instinctively know where and when to tap via the great design! Each number included a counting game! The games include: Count the ducks, the fish, the fruit, the train cars, and find the number! The games will change in rotation as kids continue to play. It has fantastic graphics with the most adorable ants!
This app is presented to us by Playtend Apps LLP
This will show you a sampling of several numbers.
And here we are at the finish line!!
This app is a great addition to your kid’s toolbox for life!
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Meet The Developers!
What was the inspiration for Counting Ants?
We were originally inspired to make apps when we first started having kids and something with numbers seemed to make sense since it was a basic skill. Counting Ants was initially inspired by the song “The Ants Go Marching” we all learned that song when we were growing up and the thought of doing something with that sparked the idea of ants that were driving cute little racing cars instead of marching.
What is your favorite aspect of the app?
We really love the way the app flows. We wanted our app to be like a journey that doesn’t end. We used the road as a device to lead kids through the game – each screen has a slightly different activity and interaction with numbers but they all flow together nicely. Oh, and we also like tapping on the fish in the pond scene and making them go zoom!
Is there anything else you would like to say to our readers?
The version of Counting Ants that you see here is actually our third try at perfecting it. We keep working on our apps even after they are released because we want to make the best apps we can, and that means sometimes we don’t get everything right the first time. So we keep trying new things until we find something that works. It’s a process we really believe in and it’s been great because so many people who download our apps take the time to give us their thoughts. We love hearing from people who use our apps, so if there’s anything your readers feel could be better, or new languages they’d like included, we’d love to hear about it.