Sunday, September 9, 2012

Guess Moo Review


Review


Guess Moo! is a fun educational game for children ages 2 to 5. I downloaded this app to help Max solidify his knowledge of animals and the noise they make. There is an awesome quiz that helps him learn and remember the animals. A fun bonus game for faster players, but I won't spoil the fun. Max enjoyed playing Guess Moo! and was showing his younger brother as well. The student has become the teacher. Truly a cool app to learn about animals. Thanks Guess Moo!

Guess Moo! is an educational game that teaches twelve animals: cats, dogs, cows, chickens, horses, roosters, goats, ducks, sheep, pigs, geese and donkeys. The animals’ voices, pictures and poems are read by a professional actor that help your child accurately identify and remember the characteristics of each animal. There is a quiz that provides a great opportunity to learn something new. The child must guess which animal is doing the “talking.” Eight different animals make a noise and the app asks “Who am I?” The player must select the correct animal that is “talking” eight times in a row before moving on to the game. Guess Moo! will help your children develop cognitive skills, listening skills, general and visual memory, motor skills and reaction time all with a positive spirit This application is designed for children ages 2-5.



About Bonus Game


A bonus game awaits the most successful players. In this prize game the animals fly quickly up through the sky on balloons. Your child must pop each balloon before the animal flies off the screen and herd the animals back together on the ground. Bright, fun pictures of animals, playful music throughout the game and a simple, and it's easy enough to use for your young child.



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Guess Moo! is available on AppStore/ iTunes for $2.99

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


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