Tek-e-Tot - Free educational games for kids. Beginning kids can learn action skills: tap, drag, and follow. Young kids can learn early education skills like object distinction, voice assisted counting to 9 and 20, upper and lower case letter recognition and matching.
Get it: Tap as many green dots as fast as you can. Dots cycle faster as your score goes up. Intended to help kids learn tapping, but also meant to help kids learn how to distinguish objects and make decisions faster and with more confidence.
Chase it: Follow the moving dot with your finger. Speeds up the higher your score goes. Meant to help kids learn how to recognize states (stopped/moving) and increase reaction time to changes in a game.
Drag it: Drag the red numbered dot to the matching white dot. 4 levels: 1-5, 1-10, 1-12 in clock formation, and 1-20. Numbers are voiced and correct answers congratulated with audio. Meant to help kids learn to drag and drop as well as recognizing number sounds and written numerals.
Match it: Simply tap the picture/object that does not belong. Audio assisted. Meant to help kids learn basic sets and object distinction.
Count it: Displays 1-9 apples on screen. Tapping apples counts them (audio and labels them). Tap the answer at the top. A basic educational game for counting to 9.
abcs: Audio for letters and congratulations. Levels 1-3: With 2 choices: Match lowercase letters to lowercase letters, uppercase to uppercase, lowercase to uppercase. Levels 4-6: 5 choices instead of two. Letters are random and the full alphabet is shown at the top and highlighted as it fills in. Intended to help kids with learning written letters and letter sounds. Font chosen by a former Kindergarten teacher for its kid/school-friendly letters and numbers( 4, 9, a, g, q, etc) not found in most fonts.
What's New in This Release:
· Sound improvements: menu and level button presses interrupt sounds and the game should wait for sounds to finish before making new questions in abcs, count it, and match it. (drag will be next, which needs changes to allow dropping the dot to interrupt sounds)