Learn how to count in Arabic, Dutch, Swiss German or just in English? You can with ‘Count the Animals!’, a new children’s app launched in September 2011 by Dutch publisher Appracadabra.
From one stubborn pony to 20 very hungry ants
Children from the age of two learn to count from one to 20, while playfully poking at one stubborn pony, magically pop three rabbits out of a black hat or rescuing a delicious pie from 20 very hungry ants.
Learning to count is a big adventure: tap to make four dogs pooh and pee, six frogs jump for joy and help hunting down 18 buzzing mosquitoes! Every time you tap on an animal, you’re rewarded with a funny sound. ‘Count the Animals!’ also helps children develop the pre-math skill of connecting numbers to quantities.
‘Count the Animals!’ learns you how to count to 20 in Arabic, Chinese, Dutch, English, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Lithuanian, Polish, Portuguese, Slovakian, Spanish, Swedish, and Swiss German.
‘Count the Animals!’ is illustrated by renowned Dutch illustrator Caroline Ellerbeck, who also published two Little Golden Books.
This children’s app is available for iPhone and iPad, on the App Store, starting September 2011 for USD 3.99. There’s also a free lite version, in which you can count to five.