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Futaba Classroom Games
Are you a teacher looking to promote good fun academic competition in your classroom?
Futaba Classroom Games is a more more powerful (and more polished) version of our popular Futaba game designed especially for use in preschools through to k2 and beyond.
It contains a number of great learning sets, including Dolch Sight Vocabulary Words, Subtraction, Multiplication, Telling the Time, Currency, Countries and Flags and more.
“Very cute quiz game for many age levels. The built in questions are great (you can toggle many categories to tailor the questions to the players abilities), but the make-your-own content aspect is the best part. We had a blast taking turns making the questions for the quiz, and the kids loved it. Dropbox integration is much appreciated. Simple but effective, cute and colourful.” – Andre Jolicoeur’ Canada
Puzzle Land is a one-of-a-kind children’s puzzle game that will entertain your kids for hours on end.
Real jigsaw mechanics, colorful animations and a magical collections of puzzles in 5 different lands means this game will entertain children of all ages.
Puzzle Land is available in English, Arabic, German, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish.
Download it for FREE in the app store today!
Flashcards for iPad
Flashcards for iPad is our flagship product with over 80,000 downloads (and counting)
It contains hundreds of childrens flashcards in a number of learning categories and has 2nd language support in 4 languages (German, French, Italian and Spanish).
Each interactive flashcard is beautifually illustrated and professionally recorded making this a must have educational apps for toddlers and preschoolers.
Futaba Word Games
Futaba is a leading educational classroom app designed for multi-player fun on the iPad.
Up to 4 players sit around the iPad and play 3 rounds of “word snap” matching images with the correct answer. The player who guesses the word correctly first, earns a point. The player with the most points at the end of 3 rounds is declared the winner.
Futaba (Japanese for ‘seedling”) was originally conceived by Dave Wingler, from Kunei Girls’ Junior and Senior High in Osaka, Japan – It is now being used in classrooms all around the world.
This app has consistently ranked in the top 50 educational apps in the Appstore and is a must have for preschool and early childhood teachers who are looking to use iPads in the classroom.
Alphabet Blocks 3D
Alphabet Blocks 3D brings an old favorite to life in a new way – children can interact with this vintage children’s block toy right on your iPad!
This entire application is beautifully illustrated and has entertaining sound effects and animations that your children will love.
With Alphabet Blocks, you children won’t just be having fun – they’ll also be learning how to pronounce letters and animals by name and sound, as well as helping understand how objects around them move and interact.