SumahoMAMA, the Japanese creators of bestselling educational children’s applications, has announced the availability of its newest education children’s app, Touch ‘n Sing.
Founded by two Japanese moms who were disappointed with the lack of fun and educational children’s apps available in the app store, Touch ‘n Sing was designed combine karaoke and learning in order to inspire curiosity in children.
Some of the songs you can buy are:
Songs “Ten Little Indians”,“Old MacDonald”,“Under the Spreading Chestnut Tree” “Parade of the Wooden Soldiers”,“I’ve Been Working on the Railroad”,“The Muffin Man” “Wheels on the Bus” “BINGO” “Itsy Bitsy Spider”,“Turkey in the Straw” “The Farmer in the Dell”,“London Bridge”
You can buy several in a bundle for 4.99
This app is really fun! Touch ‘n Sing has all the wonderful classics that preschoolers love, everything from Twinkle Twinkle to the ABC song. It is colorful, cheerful, and most of all educational. There are several games and skills your preschooler learns along the way to music. For example on the alphabet game your child has to match the letter (the letters are on balloons) when you match it your balloon pops and it shows you a colorful word that starts with that letter. It is a great way to help your preschooler learn letter recognition.
You can even play the songs in karaoke mode, this is where the music plays but the app doesn’t sing, it lets your child do it. Preschoolers LOVE to sing and dance and they love to recite what they learn. This is a great way to let them do it themselves and I think any preschooler would love that. It is such a fun stage because they don’t worry too much about being embarrassed, most just love to sing their favorite songs. If you are looking for a way to bring music to life for your toddler or preschooler this app is a very fun way to do it! As a mom, what I love the most is that they are learning as they are playing and that is a win win for both of you!
Check out this video to see how the app works!
Touch ‘n Sing was designed to be enjoyed by children ages 2-6 with a wide range of learning aptitudes and backgrounds. Younger kids can have fun listening to the music, learning rhythm and engaging in interactive play. Older children, who recognize and read letters, can view the song lyrics to sing along with and enjoy games that involve the alphabet. With four different interactive modes of music play to choose from plus a wide variety of educational activities, kids of all ages can enjoy a sense of accomplishment as they play.
SumahoMAMA is currently available for iOS and can be downloaded from the Apple iTunes Store. The basic version of the app is free and comes with two songs; twelve additional songs can be purchased for $0.99 each. Versions for Android and the Amazon Kindle will be available soon.
You can also like them on Facebook>https://www.facebook.com/Sumahomama
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