‘In the Fridge’ is a simple, colorful and stimulating game for the youngest kids aged 2-4. It helps the children learn how to categorize items they can find in the fridge!
During the night a little goblin sneaked into our house and put into our fridge objects which should by no means be there! The task for your little explorer is to spot the items which don’t match the rest - we sure like to store our veggies in the fridge to keep them nice and fresh, but it’s hardly a good idea to place a clock next to them!
‘In the Fridge’ is a wonderful game aimed at children aged 2-4. At this age, kids absorb the world around them like a sponge. Their brains are very active all the time. ‘In the fridge’ will help your children learn how to name items found at your home. They will also find out where these things should be kept. Learning vocabulary has never been so easy and entertaining!
• 7 food categories for your child to learn
• every object in the app is interactive
• tested with kids and their parents
• stimulates language development
• the app is safe: no ads, no in-app purchases, no external links
CHILDREN AND THEIR PARENTS
The game was designed in such a way as to strengthen ties with your children. It is advisable that you play with them and name the objects which show up on the screen as it will help your little ones learn faster and more effectively.
This app was brought to you by Mofables. You can send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org and share your opinion about the game with us! You can also visit our website to find more applications for children.
EARLY CONCEPT PROGRAM
We hope the Early Concept Program to be the first choice for parents or caregivers interested in having mobile technology to play important role in the education of their toddlers. It aims at children aged 1 to 3 and does expect grown-ups to participate in the gameplay. It consists of simplified apps that are great starting points in the journey in mobile education. It is free to start but we hope to show that there is a great potential which could be utilized in that medium. So please try it and please share your experience with us. You are more than welcome to shape our products for the smallest!