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Music and Media Singing Apps


There are many attractive, cool and simple music game for toddlers and preschool kids, which inspires and encourages kids to create own music. The potential of these tools to get children up out of their chairs and engaging in learning of all kinds including music and movement, pretend play, speaking, voice tone, listening and comprehension, and rhyming.
  1. Tongo Music- You will explore a colorful landscape with animals and a fun character, and follow short animated stories about instruments, notes and audio samples. All stories are presented through audio and animation, so children of all ages can explore the app - even those without reading skills. And, of course, children can make music themselves, by playing piano or percussion instruments. Learning with fun.
  2. Learn English With Rhymes- Would you like to learn English with your baby? Begin with Nursery Rhymes! They are simple, rhythmic, funny and easy to learn. Children like them. Learn the song and sing it for your baby. A child will be happy playing a new game, listening to and memorizing English speech. Wonderful pictures will help the child to understand the meaning and keep attention. The elder children will sing you along with pleasure.
  3. Wee Sing & Learn 123 - Preschool Counting and Number Learning Activity Book & Songs- Kids will love learning their numbers with help from the humorous sea animals that swim along to the music. The simple songs are easy for kids to sing along as the read-along text is highlighted. They also learn how to draw numbers, play a numbers matching game, and color all their new critter friends.


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