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Jazzy 123

Jazzy 123 is a fun app teaching kids numbers with music instruments.  From the developer of Jazzy Day and Jazzy ABC, Jazzy 123 has the same quality of a good educational app.

Kids can learn counting 1 to 10 with music instruments.  For each number, there will be corresponding number of certain instruments shown on the screen.  When kids tap on the instruments, they will hear the sound of the instrument and a child’s voice counting the number of the instruments.  The types of instruments introduced in the app: guitar, flute, saxophone, trumpet, bass, vibraphone, piano, and drums.

There are two number games in the app.  One game asks kids the numbers of instruments shown on the screen; the other game asks kids to move certain number of instruments on the stage.  If they do it right, the spot light is on.Jazzy 123

Jazzy 123 has 12 languages.  Kids can learn numbers and music instrument names in 12 different languages: English
, Spanish, 
, Italian, 
Japanese, Chinese, 

For fun, kids can take pictures with the music kittens and share the picture with family and friends via social media.  If you don’t want to your kids have access to social media, make sure not to connect with your social media accounts.

iGameMom Comments:

Jazzy 123 is a unique counting app.  In addition to numbers, kids are exposed to different music instruments, and 12 different languages.  If you are trying to introduce a music instrument or to help your little ones be interested in music, or if you want your child have some early exposure to a different language, this is a great app to get started.

Jazzy 123 works on iPhone, iPod, and iPAD.  It is $1.99 on App Store.

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Jazzy 123 - Learn to Count with Music - The Melody Book

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  • Very good.Thank you very much

  • Hi! I follow your blog with interest, and now that my daughter is 3 I’ve started to think about what is appropriate for her! She sees her older brother playing just-for-fun games on the Xbox, but she’s not ready for those. This review in particular caught my eye because little A. has a strong interest in music and we are thinking of letting her start violin! She is always asking me to identify instruments in all kinds of music but seems to hear and love the violin the most. She knows how to count well, but this game might reinforce that skill in a fun way! Keep up the good work!

    • This is great. You have a young Mozart at home! There are some music related apps that are similar to this one. Check them out, click HERE.

  • Bought this one just now. I probably would have bought Marble Math on your suggestion if I didn’t already have it. I swear I buy one app a week on your suggestions. Keep up the great work. My kids love it too!

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