Curriculum overview

Everyday Life

household tasks

Household Tasks

Learning how to handle household tasks from an early age will come in handy later in life. Our games ensure that your child will start associating daily chores (like putting away clothes and toys) with games, and soon you will have a little one that knows how to take care of their belongings.

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Vehicle Names

How much do kids love playing with fire trucks, cars, and planes? Kids age 0-4 are naturally drawn to loud, moving objects. Instead of dragging all their car toys with them, they can play a mobile game that lets them move the vehicle around while learning the names and sounds that they make.

healthy food

Healthy Food

Food is one of the first pleasures that babies experience. You will also notice how children slowly start choosing their favorite food, throwing tantrums if they don't get it, and growing excited when they see sweets.

It's important to introduce your child to healthy nutrition at an early age. And let's not forget that kids learn easier through play. Colorful illustrations of healthy food, pleasant music, and fun games can be associated with joyfulness for them.



How adorable would it be to have a tiny weather forecaster at home?! Our games include a small portion of weather conditions and names. This way, your baby can play and learn how to tell weather, sunny or rainy.

Math and Alphabet

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Experts recommend introducing your children to the alphabet at around the age of 2; Of course, at that age, you will also need to ensure that their attention is undivided. Impossible, right?

The entertaining elements of the games keep children occupied while the brain does all the work in the background.



Children learn to speak by listening and repeating. Mostly, parents do this job, and other adults around children, but if you want your toddler to keep absorbing new information through play, you can add phonics mobile games to their "curriculum."



It's always cute to listen to a baby blurt out their first words, try to imitate what we say, and form a basic communication system.

Repetition is the key to learning proper pronunciation. Pleasant voices, joyous music, and interactive games can help your baby learn how to pronounce certain words and enrich their vocabulary.



Writing, reading, pronunciation, and phonics are intertwined with each other. Early expansion of these skills helps children develop fine motor skills, cognitive skills, and more.

That's why we introduced a finger tracing feature in our games. It can help children learn how to write and give them a head start for school.



Numbers come in handy all the time in adult life. Learning numbers earlier in life can make it natural for your child to master maths and cognitive skills later in life.

Schools all around the world are introducing games in their curriculums, especially in maths. Simple yet effective equations, counting games, and exercises can come in handy for a preschool-age kid.



Shapes are one of the first things toddlers learn at preschool. We've all seen classic match-the-shape toys and games, haven't we?

While physical toys are quite a lot of fun, mobile games are portable, and even on the road, your baby can learn to match shapes.

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Sort by Size

Children interact with the world with a simple view. They think taller is, older; bigger is, stronger; etc.

Remember "Goldilocks and the Three Bears?" Papa bear has the biggest bowl of porridge, mama bear has a medium bowl, and the baby bear has the smallest bowl. We included games like this in our curriculum to help children sort objects by size and make more sense of the world.



Do you remember how you learned the alphabet and numbers the first time? Through songs and play in the kindergarten, right?

Studies have shown that parents of preschool-aged kids often struggle to teach their children maths, numbers, and counting. Entertaining mobile games and interactive material can help make this process easier for both parties.

Art and Nature



Drawing is a form of self-expression, and children do it a lot. Drawing apps make it easier for kids to play with shapes, colors, brushes, and even stickers. And you could also save their masterpieces in the gallery for memories.



Toddlers love pouring out their ideas with words, colors, drawings, and sounds. Your baby will start experimenting with colors, shapes, stickers, and more with the help of coloring and drawing games. It gives them the freedom of self-expression.


Musical Instruments

Child development experts say that introducing children to musical instruments at a young age is beneficial for their further development.

We gathered instruments in one app that can help your children make simple melodies. Start with playing "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" on a piano or a panflute.



Coloring is a form of self-soothing. Kids love to play with colors and express their creativity through them. Mobile games with coloring features offer a variety of coloring sheets.

It's also a smart method to keep your walls free of color pencil and crayon drawings.

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Fairy Tales

Fairy tales have been around since the dawn of humanity. Storytelling fires up children's imagination and throws them into the world of wonders.

Built-in fairy tales for kids can help them sleep better. They will travel through adventurous stories with cute characters and learn new words.



Have you noticed how fascinated your kids get when seeing flowers? They are colorful, they smell nice, and lighten up the mood.

With jigsaw puzzles, shape matching games, and more, your children will be able to learn flower names and how they look.

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Animal Names

More than anything in this world, kids love animals. Most of their toys are animals; they love visiting petting zoos and playing with their pets.

While playing jigsaw puzzles, coloring games, and matching shapes, your children will be able to memorize the animal names and recognize them at home and in the zoo.

animal foods

Animal Foods

A big part of getting to know animals worldwide is learning about the food they usually eat. Games can teach children to take care of animals and give them their favorite foods.

animal homes

Animal Homes

Children love seeing cute animals outside, and we're sure they'd love to see a giraffe stroll around their backyard. Slowly they learn which animals belong in the house and which in the wild.

With games that let children match the animal with their habitat, your toddler can learn to identify farm, wild, or house animals easily.