Baby Plants Crops by Orbaby is a bilingual (English and Simplified Chinese) interactive science app that lets children grow, watch the stages of growth and harvest five types of crops (corn, soybean, wheat, peanut and rice) and learn what are some of the food products that use them as an ingredient. Children will also get to learn the English and Chinese names of the crops in both the written and spoken form. A paragraph of encyclopedic knowledge on the crop is included but in the Chinese version, a short rhyme about the crop is shown instead and this is read out upon touching.
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Baby Plants Crops
by chen yibin
This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad.
Customer ratings: (2 ratings)
Description Baby Plants Crops
The application ‘Baby Plants Crops’ is an appropriate interactional exercise for children in growing sensitive periods. Children plant with their own hands and experience plants growing process from seeding to harvest. It’s an opportunity to learn natural science. What’s more, the app is drawn in both Chinese and English versions. Children will learn not only English words but also plant encyclopedia and Chinese pronunciation and their writing.
What's new in Version 1.3
add module TapjoyConnect
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