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Pre-K Basic Skills

12 activities to practice numbers, patterns, puzzles, letters, counting, sizes, shadows, matching, colors, shapes, differences and more!
Recommended ages: 2-5
Pre-K Basic Skills
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More about the app

Abby's Basic Skills application is a new application designed to best prepare your children for success in kindergarten curriculum. Its simple child-friendly interface offers children an engaging way to master essential preschool skills in the total of 14 exciting activities (twelve educational activities + two creative activities).

Number recognition
Number Matching is a fun way to encourage both counting skills and number recognition. It is a great kindergarten or preschool game that is educational without taxing the brain too much.

Count the toys! Hearing the counting pronounced helps children to better remember the order of the numerals as well as get used to the counting procedure. Way to learn how to count!

Tap on the word that starts with the letter that was pronounced! Great for teaching children to realize the connection of letters to words, understand the position of the first letter, and practice matching the names of letters to their symbolic notation!

Gives children practice in the area of common patterns recognition.

Find the right shape! Teaches children recognition of names of common shapes (such as a square, rectangle, triangle and more).

Fix the broken toy! Enables your children to train fine motor skills and improve their logical thinking.

Trains understanding of the comparative nature of concepts of big, small and the same!

Match the toys! Serves to train children's memory and understanding of the concept of the sameness

Find the toy in a given color! Great both for children only beginning to learn and those who need additional practice.

Drag the object to its silhouette!

Same and different
Tests the ability of comparing pictures and finding differences. Select the different toy among several others or find the same toy as the displayed one.

Things that go together
This part is designed to help kids learn and practice their ability to recognize things that go together and things that do not. It also increases the power of logical thinking and the problem solving skills.