Alex The Handyman Free - Kids Educational App
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Description**Ranked in the Top 10 Educational Games worldwide!
**Featured all over the world in New and Noteworthy and What's Hot!
The one and only animated game about using TOOLS for kids and with HD Retina Artwork which looks fantastic.
The Bear family is having a number of household repair work jobs such as a leaky tap, broken fence, unfinished brick wall and many more. They have called the talented 'Alex The Handyman' to fix these issues for them. Can you help Alex carry out these jobs so that the Bear family can live in peace. Explore the house to view the different rooms. All the rooms have different jobs to be done. Select the right tool for a particular job from the toolbox and learn how a tool operates and sounds.
Different Tools to be used:
Needle & Thread
* Teaches the kids about various tools and how they are used for different purposes
* Brilliant artwork, marvelous animation and fantastic sound effects make it an engaging game to play.
* The app has been simplified to make the interface kid-friendly.
* HInts will appear if the child gets stuck in a scene.
Things to talk about with your child:
* Name the different tools and discuss the tools that you have in your house. How similar are the jobs in the game to the jobs in your own house.
* Talk about why a particular tool is used for a job instead of any other. For example, Why can't a screwdriver be used to drill a screw in the wall?
* Which tools are dangerous and should be used only by grown-ups.
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