ABC music is an app for kids to learn alphabet and music instruments, like their names and sounds. It is a fun app even for parents. It is now Free for limited time on App Store.
When open the app, kids will see arrays of pictures that are all instrument related, some with letters on it. Tapping on any of the pictures will bring up the close-up photo of the instrument and the instrument name and the starting letter are spoken out loud with kids’ choice of language – English or Spanish. The instrument name is shown at the bottom of the screen in the chosen language. Tapping on any of the letters within the instrument name leads to another instrument whose name starting with that letter.
Tapping on the video icon on the top left corner of the screen will bring up a video showing people playing the instrument. Sometimes it is a picture, instead of video, with recorded music, and kids need keep their figures on the screen to keep the music playing, and if they wipe their figures on the picture, a hidden picture will appear.
To learn some fun facts about each instrument, kids can tap on the little icon of a conductor on the right side of the screen. For Lute, kids will learn a person who plays the lute is called a lutist, and the lute is made almost entirely of wood.
ABC Music is a fun exploratory app – kids learn alphabet and gain knowledge about music instruments at the same time. There is no set way how to use the app, it is just something to have fun with.
ABC Music works on iPhone, iPod and iPAD. Usually $2.99, it is FREE for limited time on App Store.
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