PlayToddlers, largely awarded educational game developer, today announced the release of Dress Up : Professions 1.0, for iPad, iPhone and Android, an innovative way to help preschoolers to discover different professions.
Sometimes, children tell their parents what they want to be when they grow up: astronaut, doctor, police officer and teacher are the most demanded professions. In Dress Up Professions, toddlers will find a simple and fun way to learn to dress themselves while they are exploring and experiencing different occupations.
In a market bloated of "I want to be a princess" and "make up like a teenager" games, PlayToddlers' developers founded a better, and more appropriate and instructive approach for our kids.
Dress Up : Professions has two child-friendly sections:
* Garments Puzzle: Where children will dress a lovely boy or girl character with different garments, starting from the briefs (or panties) and socks, to ending with police caps and astronaut gloves. The game features 15 different occupations, for boys and girls, with 9 - 13 pieces for every occupation.
* Occupation Drawing Book: After a hard work dressing explorers and firefighters, the little learners will enjoy painting and coloring the professions they've assembled, reinforcing their learning.
"The whole game was created with the idea in mind of how can it benefit the child, not only teaches some concepts such as left and right, colors and different clothings but also show them real professions in a funny way," said Guillermo Fernandez, PlayToddlers' founder and technical director.
As others apps from the brand, the graphic artwork supervised by Sebastiao Lopes (Creative Director), features hundreds of hand-drawn illustrations crafted with an exquisite care.
Dress Up : Professions 1.0 is available worldwide through Apple App Store, Google Play and Amazon at price of $1.99 USD with a free version for Android Devices. The app is available in the Games category. A free version for iPhone and iPad will be also available within the next weeks.