Minti Kids Fruits & Veggies helps your child learn about fruits and vegetables and the seasons in which they grow. It's great for little kiddies to be exposed to healthy foods from as early and in as many ways as possible. And these fruit and veggies are super-cute — who wouldn't want to just gobble them all up?
This app is $1.99 but is free RIGHT NOW so hurry on over and download it. There are no in-app purchase surprises or advertisements — just a safe virtual playground for your little ones.
Pop on over and download Minti Kids Fruits & Veggies (normally $1.99, currently on FREE promotion, iPad/iPhone) by clicking on the oh-so-conveniently placed button below:
No ads, no in-app purchases, external links are hidden behind a parent lock.
Which fruits grow in which season? What about the vegetables? Which vegetables grow in which season?
In Minti Kids Fruits & Veggies, children can choose among Spring, Summer, Autumn or Winter and solve simple two or three piece mix and match puzzles, all while discovering which fruits and vegetables grow in which season. As your kiddiwinks solve these fun swipe-to-the-side puzzles, they are learning the names of the fruits and veggies by hearing them, and seeing them written as well!
Playing will help improve concentration and problem-solving skills in young children, while exposing them to fruits and vegetables that they might not see or eat on a daily basis. While playing, they are rewarded with cute stickers to use in the included background scenes, and this helps to strengthen their self-esteem and encourages them to keep on playing.
Minti Kids Fruits & Veggies features:
•Cute, original, kid-friendly illustrations suitable for ages two and up.
•Joyful music, sound effects and multi-language vocalization.
•More than 40 lovely fruit and vegetable characters in four seasons.
•No rules, stress or time limits! Only FUN!
•No internet connection required.
•No third-party advertising.
•No in-app purchases.
Eleanor Holland loves whatever fruit and/or vegetables goes into a pina colada. There's fruit in that, so it must be healthy.