It is an educational game aimed at children under 5 years old, but that can be used by people of any age.
It was intended for the public of the Roman Catholic Church, but can be used by other religions.
This app does not teach about the Bible, it just uses the context, characters and biblical figures from the Old Testament to help teach children about shapes and colors. The intention with the use of biblical characters is to arouse children's curiosity about such characters, with parents being responsible for teaching their children in the best possible way about these characters.
This app is intended to help children develop motor coordination, cognitive skills, logical thinking, attention, imagination and creativity, as well as problem solving skills. The games will help boys and girls develop basic skills and a pre-school education.
The child will travel through the Old Testament through 15 activities:
Creation of the world and animals: Separate animals by shape to develop visual perception and the coordination of eyes and hands.
Adam and Eve: harvest the fruits that fall to develop visual perception and visual and manual coordination.
Building Noah's Ark: adjust the missing shapes to develop visual perception and visual and manual coordination.
Selecting animals for Noah's Ark: Click on the animals to form the couple and develop visual perception and visual and manual coordination.
Feeding animals in Noah's Ark: provide the right animal feed to develop visual perception.
Abraão and Sara: Separate the luggage by the color to develop the visual perception.
José do Egito: Separate the objects of the two scenes by the sense to develop reasoning, logic and visual perception.
Baby Moses in the river: analyze the butterflies by type to develop eye and hand coordination.
Moses and the burning bush: Order, placing objects by size to understand the differences between sizes.
Moses and the Red Sea: Take the items to develop eye and hand coordination.
Joshua and the walls of Jericho: Develop visual perception and visual and manual coordination by clicking on the requested items.
Samson and the Lion: Develop visual perception and visual and manual coordination by clicking on the revealed lion.
Jonah and the whale: take items by type to develop eye and hand coordination.
David and Goliath: Game of sizes. Understand the differences between sizes, separating and placing items in the right place
Daniel in the lions' den: develop visual perception and visual and manual coordination by clicking to make the lions fall asleep.
Ages: children under 5 years old. Educational games are perfect for pre-school and kindergarten children.
After installing the application, games can be played without internet.
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