Peppa Pig: Happy Mrs. Chicken is a game app for preschoolers that encourages fine motor skills, reasoning, and cause/effect skills as well as visual closure. Favorite character Peppa plays Happy Mrs. Chicken games with her brother. Games include a maze game, simple jigsaw puzzles, a counting game, and more.
Five child-friendly games
Fun sticker pictures to reward effort
Great sound effects
Peppa Pig: Happy Mrs. Chicken is a high quality app that is very appropriate for toddlers and preschoolers. The game is simple to use, and even the youngest players will quickly catch on to the intuitive interface. Developers included a protected parents’ section that houses brief game instructions, contact information, and links.
Happy Mrs. Chicken has a lot to teach young children while they are having fun. The simple jigsaw puzzle game, for example, offers three levels of difficulty, and gives verbal hints to the kids as they assemble the puzzles. They will need to recognize partial figures and place pieces in the correct spots to be successful. There is a maze game where children lay a seed trail to guide chicks through a maze. They will quickly discover that rounded corners and short cuts will not work, laying foundations for later neat writing. There is a simple sorting game where players put chicks into hen houses of matching colors (two colors only), and more.
Young children will be delighted with this app. One game challenges them to “hatch chicks,” and if they hold their finger on the screen for any length of time, the hen lays multiple eggs (accompanied by a “raspberries” noise that will have children in stitches) which hatch into a mass of peeping, whistling chicks. Another game challenges children to make Peppa jump in mud more often than her friend-what child doesn’t dream of splashing in mud puddles to their heart’s content?
This app is $1.99 on the App Store, which is a fine value. Children will have fun playing again and again, and they will be building important skills as they play.
This app is very child friendly.
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