Playing with vehicles can be so much fun, but if you are a parent that has stepped on one around the house, you might have a different feeling. Have no fear though, because kids can now play with vehicles in an app. The even better thing about this is that kids learn through play with EkiMuki — Learn by playing with vehicles. Nothing to step on here, but this app is loaded with police cars, ambulances, construction vehicles and more. Enjoy building, memorizing and ordering vehicles.
EkiMuki — Learn by playing with vehicles was designed to help children learn through play. This app provides three activities with a variety of difficulty levels within each one. Designed for children five and under, kids can grow with this app as building is a basic drag and match activity, but ordering numbers is a higher level activity. An app such as this one can be one a child comes back to when it's time to learn new concepts.
Building is the first activity on EkiMuki — Learn by playing with vehicles. There are 12 different vehicles to choose from and move through. The outline of a vehicle comes up with the parts on the side. It is the user's job to drag and drop the pieces into their correct spots. Once the vehicle is put together, it becomes interactive with animation and sound. The name of the vehicle is shown at the bottom of the screen. Adults can pull up a chair next to the vehicle-loving kids to read aloud the name of the vehicle. This can be family fun for all.
Once a child has built the vehicles and become familiar with each one, it is time to work on memorizing them. A fun game of memory using pictures of the vehicles is the second activity in the app. This activity begins with a four card game with two sets of matches and increases by two more cards until there are 20 to match. The player can move through the levels in order or select a level to jump to in the menu.
The final activity is ordering the numbers on race cars. The cars must be placed in the correct order before the race begins. There are always six cars to place in order but the number ranges change between levels. The beginning level only has numbers one through six, but then it moves up to 1-10, 1-20, 1-30 and 1-99. The numbers are not always consecutive numbers either, requiring the user to think about least to greatest and not just counting consecutively. Users can repeatedly play within a certain level by resetting to mix up or change the numbers. Once all six cars are placed on the track, a car will begin to bounce if it is in the wrong place. The user must move it to where it goes. Once all of the cars are in place, the stoplight will change and they will zoom off the screen.
With three great activities and a variety of levels, this app does not need a lot of personalized settings, but it does allow the music and sound effects to be turned off or to adjust their volume. The language of the app can be changed between English, Spanish, French and Euskara. Adults have their very own section of information and social media links behind a parental lock also.
So many children love playing with vehicles, so this app was made to reach a special audience. It is designed to grow with a child, and for only $0.99, it is worth the fun. Vehicle-loving 3-6 year olds will enjoy learning and playing with vehicles in EkiMuki — Learn by playing with vehicles.
Nowadays it’s quite usual to see children using tablets, they are experts in electronic technology from an early age and they really master the use of them. Due to that, why not make the most of it and give your child a chance to learn with your device? This new game presents the idea of "Learning through play", a simple and fun method to learn while they just play; for example, they can learn to relate different shape and sizes or learn new words, such as in this case; vehicle names.
This new game called EkiMuki introduces three new mini-games in which children can develop their intellect:
With this game the child learns to coordinate touch and sight; working the movement precision, and helps to recognize different forms. All that will have influence in your child’s mobility. After a short while, you will notice your child’s positive evolution.
Memorama - It’s perfect for the youngest in the household! It exercises their memory as well as being very entertaining. The different levels of difficulty helps improving their memory capacity. It is a good game to play in groups or even with adults.
Aimed at the more experienced kids! The race will not start if the cars are not well ordered in the starting line! A funny way to learn number sequences.
Provide your children with knowledge while they enjoy a nice time using the tablet! You will see how they have fun and how they evolve with the activities proposed in EkiMuki. Don’t miss the opportunity to watch their evolution; it will help you to know at what point they are and what new goals they might need.