Here's More Screenshots Of Our Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Preschool Storybook Piano iPhone App


I know. I know.

You came to our blog for kids' activities and landed on this posting, which is all about an iPhone app for kids!

Our very first iPhone app for kids!

I can't help it.

I'm just so proud.

So, bear with me.

I will get back to posting printable activities for kids.

I promise.

Now, back to our iPhone app!

I have more screenshots that I'm super excited to share.




Here, children can watch the story unfold and hear the song being sung; press the start button and sing along; and record & hear their own voice.
They can also select 7 different types of instruments, learn about the sounds they create, and add animal sounds to the song.


Here, children can follow the lighted piano keys to play the song.


Here, children can sing and read karaoke-style lyrics in English, French and Spanish.


Here, children can match the colorful music notes to the piano keys and play along.

Our app is available starting June 10th!

To
celebrate the launch of “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star “ Preschool
Storybook Piano App, we're hosting a contest to give away 200 copies of
its’ iPhone app. It is open to everyone with a US or Canadian iTunes
account. The contest begins at 9:00 AM PST, on June 10th 2010 and ends
at midnight PST on June 11th 2010. All you have to do is go to www.kiboomu.com and enter your email address and location.



It's Time To Learn, Laugh, Sing & Grow!
www.kiboomu.blogspot.com



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