Teach kids to dress for winter with newly released educational kids app

Dress for Winter - Learn which clothes to wear in cold weather (AppStore Link)
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Dress for Winter - Learn which clothes to wear in cold weather
Developer: TinyTap Ltd.
Price: free Download on the App Store

In Dress for Winter your kids will meet Billy, a silly young boy who wants to play with his friends outside but doesn't know how to dress to beat the cold. Should he wear shorts? Maybe he needs an umbrella? It's up to your kids to help him choose the warmest clothing and in that way learn more about winter.

Like all the other apps released by TinyTap, this game isn't just about fun. Kids will soon learn how to dress for winter as well as what the different winter garments are. This is a fun and engaging way to teach your kids to differentiate between seasons.

Within a few days of release this game was already played more than 10, 000 times by kids worldwide. It's a quality educational kids game with the finest graphics. Unlike many other kids apps, Dress for Winter is child-friendly and isn't jam-packed with distracting animations. However, have no fear this game is interactive and will keep your child busy for hours on end.

"We were looking for a creative and appealing way to teach little ones about winter. And that's how Dress for Winter was born. It's a fresh take on an old favorite packed full of educational value," said Yogev Shelly, TinyTap co-founder.

TinyTap is a game creation platform which lets anyone create their own kids games. With TinyTap learning is a fun personalized experience tailored to suits a child's individual educational needs. TinyTap also offers a selection of quality kids games which are ready to download and play.

Supported Languages:
* English, Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish

Dress For Winter 1.1 is Free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Books category.

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