Touch Learn Know – Weather & Seasons

September 5, 2012

Touch Learn Know – Weather & Seasons was released for the iPad today.

It’s a little side project I’ve been tinkering on over the past few months to give myself a break from the ‘Australian Wildflowers’ update (still in progress).

‘Touch Learn Know’ started out as a bit of a test of concept app (designed for classroom use) that I think turned out good enough for release.

Here’s the desciption:

Touch Learn Know – Weather & Seasons
How’s the weather today? Is it windy, rainy, sunny, cloudy, stormy or snowy? Which season is your favorite?

Write, listen, speak, draw, paint, discover and explore the wonderful world of weather and seasons through the exciting, interactive and educational Touch Learn Know – Weather & Seasons.

Designed by teachers to encourage the process of inquiry with an investigative and visual approach, children will love learning about weather/seasonal words, sounds and objects through a variety of richly educational activities and tools.

❄ Beautiful, fully interactive ‘season’ screens with buttons to take full control of the weather!
❄ Fun flashcard matching game to learn topic-based sight words and their correct pronunciation.
❄ Handwriting tool with clearly printed fonts to practice tracing/writing all of the words.
❄ Stunning drawing/painting tool to create your own seasonal artwork or choose from eight fantastic illustrations to color in.
❄ Completely child-friendly interface with simple navigation, clear large buttons and no advertising or links to external sites. Perfect for classroom use.
❄ Nostalgic and engaging ‘felt-board’ style design.

Perfect for all children learning to read, write and speak about the world around them!


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