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- Students with Disabilities
|Publisher||Fairlady Media, Inc.|
|App release date||19 July 2009|
|Review date||2 October 2010|
What you can use it for
Whizzit 123 is a super-fun counting game that features great music, fun sound effects, lively animations, and cute graphics. Students will love to count the toys, flowers, blocks, and other items because every touch causes a unique animation and a silly sound effect. They'll love setting into motion the spinning spirals, growing flowers, bouncing balls, and giggling monkeys while hearing the items counted aloud. Plus, an all-new balloon-popping mini-game challenges students to pop a specified number of floating balloons at the carnival.
Whizzit 123 was developed by an Educational Psychologist and parents of preschoolers for children ages 2 through 5. Rather than just memorisation of numbers, this fun game teaches counting of true quantities (each item can be counted once and only once).
Students are learning to…
count each object without missing any.