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RedFish Alphabet 4 Kids – Best interactive Application

RedFish Alphabet 4 Kids

RedFish Alphabet 4 KidsThis is one of those applications where product meets what marketing advertises. Each letter comes alive with an interesting activity. Tested so far only the free version but this itself is awesome. You can use this as one of the reinforcer/reward applications for the kids during the ABA or any therapy.

Skills Taught: Letters, Problem solving skills

Tip: Don’t let you kid play first. There are so many activities in this app, you may want to test out your kids problem solving skills. Let them explore by touching. If you want, you may want to test it yourself when the kid is not around.

App Description from the developer

Let your children PLAY & LEARN with RedFish, a chock-full of creative exercises, learning activities, and open-ended play.

With the Alphabet, letters and words have never been so fun!

The app is a complete spoken alphabet, with an interactive surprise behind each letter to make meaningful and lasting connections.

Played by children, tested by educators and approved by parents all over the World, RedFish is featuring an elegant touch interface, charming graphics and offers hours of delightful interaction for children aged 2-7.

They will be proud of their achievements and will want to share their discoveries with you. Let them play freely with Redfish, you’ll be amazed what those developping brains can do while having lots of fun and laughters.

Designed by artists, psychologists and interaction specialists, the Redfish experience takes place in a colorful playroom, in which children find their way around in no time.

The RedFish Alphabet, available for $1.99, contains over 26 intelligent activities and provides hours of educational entertainment.

With RedFish, FUN and LEARN finally mean the same thing, your children will love it!

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