Alex learns how to dress FullThe game to help parents to teach their children how to put on their clothes: T-shirts, sweaters, jackets, trousers, shirts, shoes, boots, socks, pajamas. Recommended for toddlers, kindergarten kids and preschool girls and boys.
This application has been designed to help your child to get dressed by himself or to improve his dressing skills. This is achieved through a process of learning by imitation of the movements of Alex, the protagonist of the game.
The application also offers movements in zoom, such as tying the button of the trousers, doing up the zip of the jacket or putting on shoes.
Your child will have fun selecting the right clothes in their right order and finding out the places in the body where the clothes should fit. Five different scenarios have been designed with suitable clothes according to different weather conditions: T-shirts, sweaters, jackets, trousers, shirts, shoes, boots, socks or pajamas. Try one scenario for free and discover the rest to keep progressing!
Help your child to get Alex dressed and afterwards ask him to imitate the same actions and apply the same principles to himself. This task will be easier if he memorizes and repeats Alex's sentences while practicing. Besides, in the app you will find tips from our pedagogues to help parents in the process of learning.
Didactic Apps specializes in the design and development of mobile apps with a clear educational purpose. Our applications have been designed by a team of pedagogues, psychologists and parents. Our aim is to aid you in the development of your child's basic skills in order to make him more independent.
Our apps are specially indicated to improve the learning process for children with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorders) or Asperger, ADD/ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) and any general learning disorder (reading, mathematics and writing).
Kids with autism or Asperger (ASD) tend to have more difficulty getting dressed by themselves. For kids with autism or Asperger the visual communication channel often predominates. Therefore, the application is a fantastic visual support for these children, (similar to pictograms). In addition, kids with autism or Asperger (ASD) have a higher attention to detail. The background of the screen is very clean, so that children focus their attention on the process of dressing and the clothes and have no distractions.
Stimulate your child’s learning while having lots of fun!
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