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Kids Connect the Dots

by Intellijoy
Rated: All Ages

Price: $2.99
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
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Latest Updates

What's new in version 3.2
  • Improved graphics, added categories

Product Details



Product Features

  • Join the dots to reveal a colorful image
  • Access to more than 90 images
  • Tap or draw to connect the dots
  • Choose between alphabetical or numerical dot labels
  • Listen to progress with pleasant sounding voice and music option

Product Description

This app is now optimized for both phones and tablets.
Kids Connect the Dots is a dot-to-dot kids game for preschool-age kids.
Kids join all the dots and reveal colorful image that is sure to excite your kids.

90+ puzzles.

This kids game will teach your kids to recognize and pronounce numbers and letters of the alphabet in a kid-friendly way.

Technical Details

Size: Varies by device (30.9MB - 46MB)
Version: 3.2
Developed By: Intellijoy
Application Permissions: ( Help me understand what permissions mean )

Open network sockets

Minimum Operating System: Android 2.3
Approximate Download Time: More than 5 minutes

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WARNING!!! The thumbs-down mark does not appear to be legitimate!!! See my comments at the end of this review.

My three year old loves this app (as well as another one from this company). It helps her practice her alphabet and counting. She loves to push the next bubble to see the line drawn and she even talks with the narrator as she counts. Then, she likes to rub her finger across the final picture to add color to the "drawing."

It is a simple app that keeps her busy for a few minutes while I'm folding clothes or hanging her clothes in her closet. I can see her but she does not need any assistance from me in order to see the final pictures.

The app does not have any response issues on the Kindle and the colors are vibrant, which is perfect for a preschooler.

It is a great dot-to-dot app that lets little ones also practice their counting and alphabet. Most dot-to-dot activities only pracctice counting numbers.

AND except for the usual ad from the company to encourage you to look at their other offerings, there are no in app purchases. You do not need to spend more money to get additional colors, pictures, etc.

So, since it works well, keeps my daughter's attention while reviewing kep educational concepts, and has no in-app purchases, I give it a 5.

IMPORTANT!!!!! I had a typo so I went to edit the review after simply hitting "submit." It was live for less than 20 seconds and already had a "non-helpful" vote. As I looked at the most recent comments, it appears there is a troll giving a "non-helpful thumbs-down" to anyone giving this app 5 stars.

My review is legitimate as a mom. Obviously , whoever put the thumbs down did not even read my review since it was up for less time than it would take to be read.
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My 2 1/2 year old son is really excited about learning his ABCs these days, so when I saw this FAotD I quickly installed it. It is a little too simple in its design, it has a bunch of connect-the-dots images that make no sense until the puzzle is complete and the image appears. The first puzzle we did looked like it was going to be a house (at least it looked that way to me) but once the dots were connected the image they show is an envelope! >.< I did like the child lock feature that keeps your kid from leaving the app and exploring the rest of your device. I just wish the app was worth staying locked inside. My son ultimately got bored within 10 minutes and I uninstalled. Oh well.
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This is a child's connect the dots game. It features over 90 images and you can select either numbers for counting or the alphabet in either lower case or uppercase letters. Unfortunately connecting the dots draws shapes that even an adult could not guess what they were after they are completed. Fortunately a voice will then tell you what the object is and congratulates you for completing the puzzle.

Connecting the dots is easy and the touch control works well for little fingers that are learning motor control skills. Some of the games get dots numbering into the twenties and could be a challenge for very young children learning to count. If your child selects the wrong number in the sequence then the line will not connect and the proper dot lights up to show them the proper way. This hint can be turned off or on under the Preferences button.
The app size is 23.77 which seems large for a simple game with simple graphics. There were no permissions selected on the Kindle Fire.

Controls on the main screen are:

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Preferences
* Child lock locks the game so that the child cannot leave the game accidently
* Caption is selectable from numbers, to lower case letters to capital letters
* Voice for 123 & ABC
* Play sound for when puzzle is done
* Name the image
* Show hint

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I thought this would help my kids learn their alphabet faster. Well, it didn't. They got tired of it almost immediately. I had to help them with it every time they played because they didn't know their alphabet. Once they learned their alphabet they weren't interested in it either. Oh well.
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By Barb G. on May 15, 2013
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I was hoping this game would teach numerical sequencing, but it doesn't. The child player does not have to recognize the numbers in sequence like a pencil/paper connect the dots. The lines connect with random touching. My 3 yr old does like the finished pictures though.
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For the money (free), it's awesome. I don't think it would last long playing everyday (maybe twenty puzzles pictures?), but I've used it for over a year whenever my child and I are stuck waiting somewhere, and it hasn't let me down yet.
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I have a 3 year old, and this is just right. good graphics for a free app, too. nothing here for adults, though.
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