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Peekaboo Pets - Animal names and voices toy for kids - HD!

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  • Category: Education
  • Released date: 04/01/2011
  • Current Version: 2.1
  • Seller: Kids Place
  • Recommended Age: 4+
  • Download Size: 10452862
  • Last Update: 07/22/2011
  • Requirements: All

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‏*** Top selling education app! Selected as New & Noteworthy! ***
Adorable cute animals are hiding in their homes... Press the button correctly and popup the beautiful pet animals. A perfect toy for toddlers, babies and children of young ages.
While they enjoy the animal illustrations, animations, sounds and names they are practicing gentle motor skills which are so important for them. An educational experience that combines a fun and simple game play with the benefits of motor skill improvement and growth. Each animal comes with its own unique and challenging button control.
Peekaboo Pets comes with various animals – each with its realistic, high quality sound and each with its name voice over and spelling. Providing multiple engaging activities for small children of all ages. Guaranteed to keep your kids entertained. Easy to use, self explanatory and activity rich environment.
With Peekaboo Pets your iPad/iPhone transforms to an attractive, addictive, educational experience for kids, children and toddlers.
Did you know?
Due to the immaturity of the human nervous system at the time of birth, children grow continually throughout their childhood years. Many factors contribute to the ability and the rate that children develop their motor skills. Repetition is an important concept in motor learning. New motor skills can be reinforced through practice in order to become stronger, more fluid, and more coordinated. With enough practice, these movements become automatic and require no thought on behalf of the individual to execute. The most common examples are walking, crawling, and turning.

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