Freebie: paper animal toys (and they’re 3d too!)
Don’t you think kids should be inspired wherever they look?
Well, we do. And so we make apps that are beautiful (or at least we think they are!)
But we also believe kids should spend lots of time away from all i-devices.
So… here’s a great way to get them out of screens, into real life: by folding the cutest paper animals – and breathing them to life!
Free 3d paper toys
Print out and start folding!
There’s three of them, so if you don’t like piglet, please bring to life the cat or the cow!
Need some folding help?
We’ve got you covered! Check out this video for a step-by-step guide.
Wanna teach the concept of size?
Learn the concept of size by helping Mister Mosquito bringing a gigantic ‘something’ to Miss Huge.
For Miss Huge helps children to learn the concept of size in a fun and playful way. By simply tapping the screen, your child helps Mister Mosquito, Snail, Chicken and their friends to bring a gigantic ‘something’ to the mysterious Miss Huge. Every time your child helps Mister Mosquito, he is rewarded with a funny sound or event, like a swinging spider or a roaring lion.
For Miss Huge is hand-painted by Swiss illustrator Uwe Stettler. This children’s app is designed especially for the iPad and is spoken in 14 languages, including Arabic, Dutch, English, French, German, Japanese, Russian, Spanish and Swedish.
Posted under All things Appracadabra, Free goodies by Diana