The exciting Domestic Animals game provides your child with extensive knowledge about domestic animals. The game includes 4 modes: Speaking Pictures, Find a Baby, Animals’ Voices and Funny Tasks.
Does your child have difficulties in remembering names of domestic animals and their babies? In Speaking Pictures mode your child gets familiar with the names of common domestic animals and their babies, such as a cow and a bull, a ram and a sheep, goats, pigs, rabbits, horses, donkeys, a goose, a duck, a hen and a rooster, turkeys, dogs, and cats.
In Find a Baby mode a child is able to solidify his/her knowledge, gained at the previous level. The announcer asks to find a baby for each of the domestic animal, presented in the game. If the answer is correct, a child immediately hears the sound of that animal.
Animals’ Voices mode is a bit more complicated. A child should listen to animals’ voices, for example, donkey’s braying, hen’s cackling or horse’s nickering. Animals’ Voices mode shows, if a child could recognize an animal by its ‘voice’ and helps to test knowledge of your child.
In Funny Tasks mode a child should answer different questions about domestic animals, such as ‘Where an animal lives?’, ‘What an animal eats?’ and ‘Who is an animal’s mother?’, etc.
This game has wonderful illustrations with the domestic animals images, which were specially developed in accordance with 4-year-old children’s perception.
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