I’ve always believed that tablets and phones are great learning tools for kids, and there certainly isn’t a shortage of educational apps available on Google Play. This means parents can always find something that’ll both entertain and educate their child without needless distractions. I Love Preschool features tons of fun and educational activities for kids to complete. Each activity is designed to stimulate learning and creativity, meaning your child will have fun figuring out how to do new things and complete tasks.
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Concept and Functionality When it come to children’s games, the one thing I focus heavily on is usability. It’s amazing how many games are too complicated and tricky to figure out, and kids just want to have fun. I Love Preschool, by Kids Games Projects, is just the opposite; menu navigation is very easy and instructions are clear and easy to understand. Each level in I Love Preschool features a text and audio overview of how to complete it, and kids can navigate through the menu via left and right arrow buttons. Activities are depicted by picture only, but that shouldn’t be a problem for kids who are just exploring the app and playing games at random. Features
I’ve mentioned multiple times that I Love Preschool features many activities for kids to enjoy, but just how many are there? Currently the number sits at just over 50, which means it’s very unlikely that your child will run out of things to do anytime soon. It also means that the developer can freely add new activities in future updates. I Love Preschool is the perfect app to bring along on your summer vacation trip to entertain and educate your young ones. It also features multilingual support for languages such as Spanish, German, French, Portuguese, Russian, Italian, and Polish. Changing the language also changes both text and audio narration for activities, which is perfect for parents of multilingual kids. They can learn new words this way and experience the language they’re learning in a natural way. Value I Love Preschool is available to download from Google Play for free and currently doesn’t include in-app purchases. The developer mentioned advertisements, but I didn’t come across any during my review period. If ads are enabled, it will likely deter parents from downloading the game and handing it to their child, but the developer mentioned that ads can be disabled via in-app purchase when they’re added. Personally I’d rather pay a few bucks for the game simply because it offers tons of things for kids to do and is definitely a quality app. Overall, I Love Preschool is worth checking out if you’re the parent of a preschooler and you actively use your Android device as a learning tool. It’s very fun to play, easy to figure out, and kids have tons of cool activities at their disposal.