Kindergarten Kids Learning

Learning games/puzzle activities for kindergarten & preschool children.To teach your kiddo ABC, rhymes, counting, tracing, colors, shapes, vegetable/fruit/sports charts. The interactive learning is a great mode of education as toddlers enter kindergarten as kinesthetic learners(age 2-6 yrs). ================================== Kindergarten Kids Learning Top Features: ================================== • Attractive and colorful designs and pictures for young kids. • Learn alphabets with charts and fun quizzes. • Learn to count and math for preschoolers with our number’s charts. • Learn about rhymes and poems. • Learn to write alphabet with our alphabet tracing for English, Spanish, and Hindi. • Color books and stickers. • Sing and dance with your preschoolers. • And many other kindergarten games and learning activities! Whether you are parents or kindergarten teachers, you can use the activities for preschoolers and kindergarten kids at home or in class. Engage your toddlers in fun kids activities to keep them from doing mischief because they are bored. Let them learn basic early education topics such as shapes, math, ABC, rhymes, sports, vegetables, colors, counting and much more. So, download Kindergarten Kids Learning for FREE now and discover all educational games for preschoolers that will keep your kids happy and active. You can also check out other applications of Greysprings "Play and Learn" series: Website: www.greysprings.com

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14 March 2016

Very educational my daughter loves it.


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23 February 2016

he loves this.


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21 February 2016

If the accent was a little more understandable and if there were more learning things, I would rate higher.


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15 February 2016

He only played the balloon game so far but he enjoyed it a lot. I like the feature of the game which measures the response time to the game's question and how quickly the child then spots the "balloon" floating upward that has the answer to the question on it. For a free game, I think it does a great job of informing parents how well you child is "listening" along with how your child's "understanding of what's being asked" is progressing along with promoting hand/ eye coordination as can be gauged by how long it takes for your child to respond to the game's "question".


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13 February 2016

My little brother loves this game.


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28 January 2016

Excellent app for kids


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26 January 2016

it was a lot of fun, very challenging


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26 January 2016

Cool but ads


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24 January 2016

Helpful for learning on the go.


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23 January 2016

This is awesome

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