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Avokiddo Emotions App

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What Is The Avokiddo Emotions App?

Avokiddo has recently released their newest app! You can read the full Avokiddo Emotions App Review over at the Review Wire. This app allows kids {or me!} to pull a lever for multiple items to fall to be able to create different scenes and interact with the animals to make them express different emotions.

About The Emotions App:

  • Children get a serious case of the giggles when they see the zany zebra, shy sheep and jolly giraffe. Kids get to dress up, feed, share toys and interact with the funny animals using over 100 uniquely themed props.av

Features:

  • unlimited combinations of hats, glasses and clothing to try on the animals make for hours of repeat play

  • a wide variety of toys, musical instruments, food and slurp-worthy drinks

  • dozens of richly nuanced reactions and complex emotions expressed through body language

  • lively music and authentic sound effects

  • special accessories trigger themed backgrounds and laugh out loud movements

  • language neutral interface without need for verbal or written directions

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Comments

  1. I like that they educate kids through exploration and interaction.

  2. This app would be great for helping my daughter recognize emotions. Plus quick entertainment when on the go and a distraction is needed.

  3. Cindy Merrill says:

    My 3 year old Grandson Jack would love the Beck and Bo game.
    There are 12 different, high-quality scenes to explore and interact with, each one featuring a unique environment with related activities

  4. I learned: Avokiddo Emotions lets kids of all ages explore feelings in an open ended free style playroom. There are no rules or pre-set expectations other than to have fun while learning fundamental social skills.

  5. Sherry Compton says:

    I learned about the philosophy behind the creation – be a kid. Avokiddo was founded this year, but the team has been developing children’s apps for 10 years. They try to put themselves in kids’ shoes and think about what they feel and would like.

  6. Very nice educational tunes for children

  7. I like how the game allows the children to interact within the scenes. In the Beck and Bo app, they are able to put things in the grocery cart at the store, tuck the kids into bed, etc. I think it is great that it allows the kids to do a variety of things and isn’t just a repetitive game like so many that are out there.

  8. I like the fact that they are for all ages!

  9. soha molina says:

    To learn is not merely to memorize, which is a passive, repetitive and accumulative process, but to build a state of awareness that keeps the mind fresh, passionate and highly creative.

  10. April Yedinak says:

    I really like the animation and overall quality of their games. I think the Emotions game is great for children, particularly special needs children. My son is autistic and he often has a hard time reading people’s emotions.

  11. Sue Sattler says:

    My three grandchildren live with me (6, 5, & 3). My 6 year old grandson has some learning problems and I love the fact that it teaches you that what you do and how you treat the animals has an effect on them. I think that it would help him so much to see that if you treat someone or something good, there are benefits.

  12. I love that the animals in the game react to noises and show their emotions. :)

  13. stephanie miller says:

    i love that its funny and will keep kids attention. they get so distracted!

  14. Michelle H. says:

    I think the younger kids in my family would enjoy both “Beck and Bo” and “Emotions”. I like the bullet points that are listed under “Games designed by parents for kids” on the “About” page on the site.

  15. I like that every thing is produced in house. The characters look amazing and entertaining!

  16. I learned Avokiddo is a creative studio specializing in the development of quality educational apps for children.

  17. Debbie Briner says:

    Nice to find new educational plus entertaining apps.

  18. I learned that Avokiddo Emotions lets kids of all ages explore feelings in an open ended free style playroom

  19. I learnt that Avokiddo was founded this year, but the team has been developing children’s apps for 10 years!

  20. The apps are fun, educational and entertaining.

  21. Kim Henrichs says:

    There’s no pre-set expectations on the games which is really a wonderful thing. The animation is also super cute!

  22. I wasn’t aware of the company to begin with. I do like that children can learn through interactive play.

  23. April Willard says:

    I really loved how fun and playful the whole website is setup, and the fun video they share with you showing their App.

  24. Stephanie Ann says:

    I learned Avokiddo Emotions lets kids of all ages explore feelings in an open ended free style playroom. There are no rules or pre-set expectations other than to have fun while learning fundamental social skills. Whether their intent is to make an animal laugh or cry, kids are in control every step of the way.

  25. I learned that children will discover emotions and more by dressing up, feeding, sharing toys and interacting with their new-found digital friends using over 100 uniquely themed props in this endless play funhouse.

  26. Linda Bradshaw says:

    I love that they are fun educational games that are good for our young ones. My nieces love things like this.

  27. lisagee1234 says:

    They have a heck of a website. Their name sounds like avocado, lol and the games are ones kids would love!!
    Now I have to look and see if my Kindle is an android device so I can let my son see these games too.

  28. sandra davis says:

    i learned that their philosophy is that education should be more than teaching math and literacy

  29. jennifer wexler says:

    I like the characters, especially the zebra. He’s super cute

  30. Jo-Ann Brightman says:

    I like that it is fun and funny, but educational too by having an environment where children obtain knowledge through active exploration and interaction

  31. Sandy VanHoey says:

    I learned At Avokiddo everything is produced in-house

  32. I just like their philosophy that education should be more than teaching, and that it should provide a challenging and stimulating environment where children obtain knowledge through active exploration and interaction… I think that’s true and of course a better way for children of this generation to learn :)

  33. I like that their philosophy is that teaching should provide a challenging and stimulating environment where children obtain knowledge through active exploration and interaction

  34. Jennifer Speed says:

    I like that they give kids a fun way to learn and that they design their games with love and affection. I also like the fact that their games are available on more than one platform

  35. I like that they say that kids should learn in an environment where they can use their imagination to reveal their true inner self; a world infused with purity and creativity!

  36. Brandy Davis says:

    I like the over all quality of the product, and the fact that its for all ages.

  37. I love that they have apps for my iphone and ipad

  38. I learned that their “first app, Beck and Bo, was released in September 2012 and was received with great enthusiasm by kids, parents and educators.”

  39. tammy shelton says:

    I know my youngest grandson will LOVE Emotions. I know he will get a real big case of the giggles. I’m sure I will too. LOVE the zany music.

  40. I like that kids learn through play with these games, rather than just being taught. I like that they don’t necessarily know what it is that the game is teaching them.

  41. Alexandru Rusu says:

    Beck and Bo by Avokiddo
    Beck and Bo is a fun educational game for toddlers and preschoolers. Kids are invited to build beautiful, animated scenes by identifying characters, objects and animals and placing them in the environment; and while they do that, they listen to their names and sounds! Piece by piece they bring to life colorful, fascinating scenes, full of sounds, animations and fun interactive activities.

  42. First off, I love the name: Avokiddo. I thought the characters/animals/objects/etc. were adorable. Most importantly, I like that they educate kids through exploration and interaction.

  43. I learned that Children learn best when they are engaged, immersed, involved, inspired, motivated, and excited!

  44. Janie McGaugh says:

    I liked the way Beck and Bo let toddlers interact with it.

  45. Beck and Bo is a fun educational game for toddlers and preschoolers. Kids are invited to build beautiful, animated scenes by identifying characters, objects and animals and placing them in the environment; and while they do that, they listen to their names and sounds! Piece by piece they bring to life colorful, fascinating scenes, full of sounds, animations and fun interactive activities.

  46. I learned that Avokiddo has over 100 props with which my kids can learn about emotions and the appropriate use of them. I think this is a really incredible app.

  47. i like that there are scenes kids can interact with, making it so much more realistic for their learning experience.

  48. Rebecca Orr says:

    Their first app was Beck and Bo and it was launched in September 2012. It received a lot of praise.

  49. Michele Behlen says:

    I like that it allows kids to be creative and learn at the same time.

  50. Jenny Stanek says:

    I absolutely love the graphics on their apps, everything looks truly amazing.

  51. I learned that their philosophy is that children can obtain knowledge through active exploration and interaction.

  52. I love that this app makes learning fun.

  53. Melina Ramirez says:

    I like that this app will let my kids have fun dressing up the zebra,giraffe, and sheep. I know my kids will enjoy this.

  54. They strive to build a state of awareness in children that keeps their mind fresh, passionate and highly creative! ☺ That makes learning more fun and not so repetative. ☺

  55. Tracy Robertson says:

    I like the cute graphics with animals. What kid doesn’t love animals?

  56. I like that the games are both fun and educational. Love the high-quality graphics too.

  57. I i like that its cute and playful learning for kids. the best way kids learn!

  58. Megan Parsons says:

    I learned that Avokiddo is a creative studio specializing in the development of quality educational apps for children that was founded in 2013

  59. kathy dalton says:

    i like the fact that their products are fun yet educational. their philosophy is that education should be more than teaching math and literacy.

  60. I like that it combines social skills with play.

  61. Wendy Pesce says:

    I love that the animals in the game react to noises and show their emotions

  62. they have all kind of theng for kid to learn and use

  63. I think any mom would love that this toys are social skills with play.. excellent.

  64. Amazing giveaway xx

  65. Shawndra Befort says:

    I learned that Avokiddo Emotions lets kids of all ages explore feelings in an open ended free style playroom. Their apps are educational and entertaining.

  66. They design games with a few basic concepts, all of which make sense and are great!

  67. Jennifer L. says:

    I like that Beck and Bo enourages kids to use both their logic and imagination.

  68. I that my three year old can have fun and learn at the same time!

  69. My kids are a little older so they thought it was just funny but, as a mom I can definitely appreciate this app:)

  70. Laura Ellington says:

    It is great that they are teaching children to acknowledge their feelings as well as how to express them appropriately.

  71. Anne Alexander says:

    For toddler;s and pre-schoolers and will give them giggles, while still learning.

  72. I learned that one of the concepts they hold close when designing their products is to respect children’s innocence and genuineness.

  73. Michelle Tucker says:

    I like all the avokiddo emotions listed in picture form. I think it’s a great idea to get a child to understand those different emotions and that it’s okay to have those feelings.

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