Who Lives In A Tree is an app about forest animals living on trees. Kids learn many fun facts about the animals. With the simple interface and safe settings, it is a fun app for even young children to use on their own. It is available on both Apple and Android devices.
It is a very simple app. When kids start the app, they will see a tree. Scroll the screen up and down, kids will see animals on the tree. Stop at any animal, the fun facts about that animal will show up. “In the summer, Woodpeckers eat insects, ants, nuts, acorns, and berries. In the winter they eat the seeds from cones.” “Rhinoceros Beetle is good at digging with its front claws”.
There are 16 animals in total in the app. There are 4-5 fun fact cards for each animal. Each fun fact card has several fun facts on it. The animals included in the app: Mole, Field mouse, Sparrow, Ladybird, Squirrel, Caterpillar, Bear cub, Bee, Cuckoo, Rhinoceros Beetle, Owl, Spider, Woodpecker, Swallow, Magpie, Stork.
By default, all fun facts are read to the kids. If kids prefer to read the facts themselves, they can turn the narration off.
There are also sound effects of each animal’s sound, which help to bring the animals to life. The background music is light and pleasant. But if kids don’t like the music, they can turn it off.
There are two languages to choose from: English or Russian.
The simple interface is easy for kids to navigate through all 16 animals. The bright pictures also contribute to the overall enjoyable learning experience.
Overall it is a fun learning app for kids of all ages. There is a Lite version that only includes 8 animals for you to test it out. The 2nd App Store link below is the Lite version. The one on Google Play is also a Lite version.
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For more animal science app for preschoolers, please visit The Best Nature and Animal Science Apps for Preschool Kids