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Kids Find the shadow

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Price: $0.99

Rating: 2.40/5 (5 votes)


It's an easy and very funny game for kids from 3 years, where your kid should match the real pictures of animals and birds with their shadows.

It develops the children's ability to perceive more accurately the shape of surrounding objects, the cognitive activity and also their geometric thinking.

Galaxy Tab support.

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