The description of Home Peg Puzzle for Toddlers
Home Peg Puzzle for Toddlers is a learning game in which children are told to match objects they commonly see at home like foods, fruits, vegetables, toys and tools in their right places.
As our children get to move various daily objects themselves, the game aims at developing children’s cognitive ability and familiarity towards objects, and at improving children’s concentration through Peg puzzle. More than anything else, our children will be able to enjoy and have a happy moment with Home Peg Puzzle for Toddlers as they move on with the entertaining learning game.
The Toddler Puzzle contains 14 backgrounds and 70 objects, each of which appears with an animation and a sound effect.
Meals, a picnic, a display cupboard, a toy room, a fruit basket, a kitchen, a tool box a barbeque party, a desk, a closet, a bakery, a sink and a living room compose up the backgrounds, and a variety of foods, fruits, vegetables, and tools that fit in the backgrounds are equipped inside. Our Toddler Game does not end up providing the same puzzle again and again for one background. It makes it possible for children to keep their interest towards the game with varying patterns of the pieces of Peg puzzle.
* It will be a big help for children in learning new words if parents participate in the game together with their children and tell them the names of the objects along the game.
* Unless unlocked, only until level 7 out of 15 levels can be played.
How to play
The mechanics of the game basically is to drag and drop, and touch.
The options screen provides you with the sets of puzzle to choose from.
Just drag and drop the pieces of puzzle found on the left to the shadows of the respective puzzle piece on the right to complete the whole puzzle.
After you complete the puzzle, the animation and sound effects of the objects will play again.
You can proceed to the next puzzle through the button found on the upper right screen.
The average user age range of this game is age 2-3 years old, but toddlers to even preschool child and still enjoy the game.
Since the kids are still unskilled at manipulating the game, it is best advised that parents accompany their kids and guide them through the game.
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