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Fun Early Learning App – Mia the Happy Helper

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Mia the Happy Helper is a fun early learning app for preschool to first grade kids. Kids will help Mia the helpful mouse to do chores and errands, along the way they have to use some critical skills to differentiate colors, identify shapes, or count berries. It is a delightful learning app for kids to have fun while gaining the important skills.
Fun early learning app for young childrenSomeone at the General Store is sick, Mia the helpful mouse steps up to offer help with the errands. Of course, she can use some help for everyone too. Kids will help Mia pull the cart through 10 stops for 10 different tasks. Each task addresses several early learning skills.

One example task is to identify the objects that don’t belong. When Mia walked to a stop, another animal is reading a book. Kids are asked to help on the book by identifying the object that doesn’t belong to the same category of the rest 3 objects. They may see a truck with 3 houses, a boat with 3 plants. Kids need identify the objects that don’t below and drop them into the trash can.

Another example is to decode the passcode to unlock a door. Kids are shown a symbol of 3 key attributes: shape and two colors. They must identify all 3 elements correctly to unlock the code, and there are several codes to unlock to open the door.

All activities are fun with clear instructions. Kids are encouraged no matter they do well or not.

The early learning skills addressed in the app include:

Observation, deduction and critical thinking Logical reasoning
Music and rhythm
Audio and visual memory
Concentration and perseverance skills
Coordination and fine motor skills

All app is free to download, with 5 activities free. To access all 10 activities, users need enter a code to access parent section to purchase the additional content via In App Purchase. I like the setup of the content via In App purchase. Most apps have the additional content at the end, this app have them at the middle, so kids can finish the whole game and have the feeling of achievement, even with the free version.

If you would like to check it out or purchase it, please use the App Store link provided below. The cost is the same to you, but iGameMom gets a small percentage. Thanks for your support! Note: The link works for all countries.
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