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Smart Baby Sorter HD – Early Learning Shapes and Colors / Matching and Educational Games for Preschool Kids
Smart Baby Sorter HD – Early Learning Shapes and Colors / Matching and Educational Games for Preschool Kids is one of the best $2.99 to play game in the App Store.
Developed by Viacheslav Fonderkin, Smart Baby Sorter HD – Early Learning Shapes and Colors / Matching and Educational Games for Preschool Kids is a Education game with a content rating of 4+.
It was released on 20th March 2016 with the latest update 20th March 2016
Whether you are a fan of Education, Puzzle, games, you will find this game interesting and will absolutely like it.
67 people have rated 1.0
You can download the game Smart Baby Sorter HD – Early Learning Shapes and Colors / Matching and Educational Games for Preschool Kids from APP STORE.
Smart Baby Sorter is an easy to understand and exciting app for early development of children from 2-3 years.
Compare and sort objects with one touch. Each child will be able to play regardless of his or her age.
The app includes 12 mini-games with different colorful combinations of the objects under study. The games are built on the principle "from the simple to the complex" and will keep your child occupied from the very first minutes.
The child will get acquainted with a variety of different concepts and objects and learn to distinguish them.
The games include such concepts and objects as:
- Simple shapes, colors and sizes
- Animals and birds
- Sea creatures
- Land, water, and space transport
- Vegetables, fruits and berries
The application allows your child to develop logic, as well as attention, fine motor skills and discipline successfully and independently.
Updated on 20th March 2016
This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.
Smart Baby Sorter HD – Early Learning Shapes and Colors / Matching and Educational Games for Preschool Kids Reviews
Our son will be 2 in a month and we are working on learning our colors. This app is great to help him sort items by colors. He does really well on all of the levels and it keeps him entertained. He loves to pop the balloons at the end of the level. Itd be nice if the play button showed up after popping balloons.
Our 16 month old loves this game great teaching tool.
Our grandson loves these games and stays focused on them for great periods of time. We can see the wheels turning as he figures out each game. It also gives us an opportunity to talk about the pictures and work on his speech as he pronounces the words. Glad we found them!
She plays it all the time and it has taught her colors.
This is a wonderful program for toddlers. However, there is a mistake. One of the activities requires sorting of vegetables, fruits and berries. The watermelon should go with regular fruits, but it will not allow the watermelon with the regular fruits. It allows the watermelon to be grouped with berries. Watermelons are not berries.
Same as reported above, we cant open it and let our child play because we have to go through the process of purchasing it ILE ach time which our child cant do without some frustration.
Great app but there is an error or something. Each time game is played it it asks us to swipe to buy. When we do that, it does say we already paid. Just inconvenient bc it wont give full access without double swiping each time. Wonderful app for the kids otherwise.
$2.99 is a little pricey. Our two year old loved it but quickly was saying "I already did this one." Just wish you got more than 12 levels/games for $2.99.
We got the light version of this game to try out and it plays cute, fun music, and is a great game! But the full version doesn’t have the music. Am we missing something?
Purchased the full version & it asks us to pay for it every time from our downloaded app. Keep having to go to the purchased apps and launching the app from there so we can get the full version app. Its irritating.
We paid for the app and it wont even load. So we just wasted 2.99 for nothing. Id like a refund.
We like the app, but it doesnt recognize that our son has headphones plugged into the iPad. We have to unplug them and replug them back into the iPad in order for the sound to come through them, rather than the main speaker. Annoying, considering we dont want our three year old to play with the wires. We’ve tested 3 sets of headphones and 2 iPads. The problem is always the same. This isnt even a problem with all our apps. (Netflix recognizes headphones every time.) Just a problem with this one and a few others. Its a flaw within the app, not us or our devices.