This Free jigsaw like puzzle game helps your kids develop matching, tactile and fine motor skills while playing 100 different Animals Puzzles - horse, cow, pig, sheep, duck, chicken, donkey, dog, cat and rabbit, bee, butterfly, mouse, peacock, monkey, owl, fish, dolphin, penguin, frog. It is a fun and educational learning game for preschool children and toddlers including those with autism.
Watch them learn all the names of numerous pet, farm, jungle, zoo and water animals through fun and play. A pleasant voice will always encourage and praise your kids and motivate them to continue to build their vocabulary, memory, and cognitive skills while playing. The game is enriched with animations, pronunciations, sounds and interactivity for repeat playing & learning. It will keep your kids busy and yet you will never be worried about them losing any piece of the puzzles!
Simple & intuitive child-friendly interface
Universal app for all phones and tablets
30 different languages and pronunciations - English, Afrikaans, Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, Danish, Dutch, Filipino, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hindi, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Macedonian, Malay, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian and Vietnamese.
Hundreds of puzzle pieces in 84 different puzzles
Easy navigation between puzzles
Easy movement of puzzle pieces across screen
Sweet background music
Drag & drop animations
Balloon animation & happy cheering after each correctly solved puzzle
The theme of this Puzzle is ‘Animals’, check our other apps for more themes like 'Food', 'Kitchen', 'Furniture', 'Bathroom', 'Cars' and 'Tools'
And last but not least ***All puzzles are available for FREE***
As parents ourselves, iAbuzz takes children's wellness and privacy very seriously. Our app:
• Does not contain links to social networks
• Does not contain any in-app purchases
• Does not collect personal data
But yes, it does contain advertising as that’s our means of providing the app free of cost to you – the ads are carefully placed such that the kid is least likely to click on it while playing.