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  • Publisher: Mediakitchen
  • Genre: Kids
  • Device: iPad
  • Size: 19.3 MB
  • Version: 1.03
  • Price: Free
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App description: Button Board is a fun and educational game for preschoolers that introduces colours through creative play.

Suggested age group: 2-4 years old.

Key Educational Benefits:

- Matching and recognising colours
- Developing hand-eye coordination
- Developing fine motor skills
- Encouraging creativity and pattern making
- Improve concentration

The game features a selection of incomplete pictures and a tray of colourful buttons. Complete a picture by dragging the coloured buttons into the holes on the picture.

The game also features a Free-play mode allowing the child to explore their imagination and come up with their own designs using the following colours

- Red
- Green
- Blue
- Yellow
- Orange
- Brown
- Purple
- Pink

The game includes a "child locked" options screen enabling unique customisation options to create a personal learning experience for your child.

The following options can be enabled/disabled:

- Music
- Sound effects
- Voice over
- Ability to save pictures to iPad photo album
- Assessment mode
- In-app purchases

Game supports both landscape and portrait orientations.

The range of colours and library of pictures can be extended via in-app purchases. The in-app purchase functionality can be turned off via the options screen.

We would love to hear your feedback on this game so please email us at buttonboard@mediakitchen.co.uk

mediakitchen's comments:
Button Board by UK game development studio Mediakitchen is a fun and educational iPad game for preschoolers that introduces colours through creative play.

Price: FREE

iTunes Link: http://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/button-board/id498064247?ls=1&mt=8

Button Board offers the child a selection of bright and colourful pictures and a tray of coloured buttons. Each picture has a number of holes that the child must fill using a matching coloured button. Feedback on the child's attempts at matching the colours is provided via sound effects as well as the use of fun smiley faces and frowns on the buttons. There is an option to hear the name of the colour when the child clicks a button.

There is also a Free Play mode that allows the child to just design their own creations using 8 different coloured buttons.

Full details: http://mediakitchen.co.uk/index.php/button-board