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Dance Party Cars


Dance Party Cars
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Description

✩FizzBrain's "Look in My Eyes" series featured on CBS's "60 Minutes" October 23, 2011!✩ Parent review of our other dance game, "Dance Party Zoo": ★★★★★ "This is a fun app and my son loved it. The dancing pig…too cute. Dance Party Zoo had him up and moving."

Want to get your children up and moving? Dance Party Cars is a fun way to practice balance, coordination and rhythm!

Check it out: http://www.youtube.com/user/FizzBrainApps?feature=mhee#p/a/u/0/oFxHhDf_Ww4

This fun dancing game helps children practice basic motor and balance skills. How do you play? Children begin by selecting a car for their dancing avatar. Then they choose a dance tune from their iPad/iPhone/iPod's music library or play a favorite song on a boom box. After the music starts, children hold the iPad/iPhone or pocket the iPhone/iPod touch and dance away!

After dancing, children sit back, watch and laugh – as their cars replay the dance! A colorful and easy-to-understand graph gives children feedback about how well they did at keeping an even rhythm. Blue bars that touch the mid-line show perfect rhythm, while bars above or below the mid-line show body swings that were too fast or slow.

Children can play a one-person game against a random car or a two-person game with a friend, sibling or classmate. In the two-person version, children compare their dance graphs as their avatars dance alongside each other.

Since many children are still developing sportsmanship skills, the game includes a non-competitive option where there is no winner and all players are congratulated for their good effort.

Dance Party Cars is designed for all children who enjoy dancing, as well as those who need practice in motor and balance skills. Dance Party Cars provides practice in rhythm, balance, timing, and coordination. It can also serve as a rhythmic aid in reducing stress and anxiety. But most important of all, it's lots of fun!

Reviews for FizzBrain apps:

"Great Idea! ★★★★★ My 5-year-old autistic son loves playing with my I-Phone and I've downloaded many different games for him. As soon as I downloaded Look In My Eyes it became a new favorite. He loves playing it. His eye contact is definitely improving. I'm not sure if I can give sole credit for that to this game, but the game sure doesn't hurt! Great game!"

"Well Done! ★★★★★ My 7 year old really enjoyed this app. At first he resisted making eye contact but eventually turned his head and was so excited when he would get the answers correct. Not only does this game help with eye contact but with number recognition which is a struggle for my little guy. Thank you FizzBrain and please keep up the great work!"

"Fantastic Game! ★★★★★ My son has autism and I have tried many other games for him to play on my iPhone. Some hold his interest for a short while, but many do not. This game is definitely one that did from the start!"

"Another Fantastic Game, Highly Recommended ★★★★★ Thank you once again FizzBrain, for creating another great tool to help teach eye contact! My son loves this game even more than the garage/car version (which is saying something!). I highly recommend this to everyone out there looking to help their autistic child!"

"Great game, awesome rewards ★★★★★ It's often difficult to get our kids to reference our face, especially the eyes. The items for purchase are very cool and can be moved/ resized/ repositioned in lots of ways."

We love this! ★★★★★ My son LOVES dinosaurs, so this is a very motivating way to introduce awareness of eye contact. I do not push the eye contact issue in real life, so this is a subtle way to remind him that the eyes hold information and are important to notice, without pressure."

Check out our other eye contact and social skills games on iTunes - search for FizzBrain or go to FizzBrain.com!

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