Mother Earth’s Preschool: Learning Birds combines poetry with bird names and sounds. The app presents twelve different birds. Your child will choose a bird and will then hear three different bird calls. They must listen to the sounds and then select the call that goes with the bird. If they are correct they will be rewarded with a bird poem and an illustration showing a child dressed up as the bird. The illustrations come from the book “Bird Children” by Elizabeth Gordon. After the poem and illustration your child will see a real photograph of the bird and they’ll hear several facts about it. The app plays nature sounds in the background and they are very relaxing but at times those sounds made it difficult to hear the bird calls. Other than that it was an easy app to learn about and play with. I found Learning Birds to be a unique app and I enjoyed learning about the birds and their sounds.

Learning Birds is a universal app, developed for all devices. I tested it out on my iPhone.

Price when Reviewed: $.99

See the app in iTunes

Seller: Once Upon an App

Disclosure: I received a free copy of this app for review purposes.

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2 Responses

  1. Preschool Teacher

    Thanks for the nicely written post!! I have never really thought about it from this point of view. I’ll be sure to follow your other posts as well!!


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