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Toddler Animal Sounds- Roars!

Toddler Animal Sounds- Roars!


From the developer of "Things that Go!" comes another educational and fun children's photo book!

Your child, toddler, or baby will enjoy seeing and hearing the many different roaring, growling, and shrieking animals in a slide show they can operate.

Various similar but different animals are included that will help you child's vocabulary and ability to distinguish between the different animals and sounds.

For example:

Q: What is the difference between a Leopard and a Tiger?
A: They are both cats but one has spots and the other has stripes.

Q: What is different between a Polar bear and a Brown bear?
A: One is the Polar bear is white and the Brown bear is brown.

Perfect for entertaining your child at a restaurant, waiting in line for something, going grocery shopping, etc. Helps you child distinguish between different but similar animals. This has been especially popular with two-year-olds.

"Every time my son sees this app, he runs around the house roaring and laughing!" - mother of 15-month-old boy

Email me if you have requests/questions, it is impossible for me to respond to your concerns if you only leave them in the comments!

*Press "HOME" key on your phone to exit the app.*
*Also search for our vehicle sounds app: Things that Go!*

Recent changes:
Version 1.1 (initial release)
-Entertains kids while you shop, cook, wait at the doctor's, etc.
-16 unique animal images and sounds
-Swipe screen to change pictures
-Tap picture to play sound effect
-Option to disable phone menu key
-Toggle sound effects on or off
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About Toddler Animal Sounds- Roars!
From the developer of "Things that Go!" comes another educational and fun children's photo book!

Your child, toddler, or baby will enjoy seeing and hearing the many different roaring, growling, and shrieking animals in a slide show they can operate.

Various similar but different animals are included that will help you child's vocabulary and ability to distinguish between the different animals and sounds.

For example:

Q: What is the difference between a Leopard and a Tiger?
A: They are both cats but one has spots and the other has stripes.

Q: What is different between a Polar bear and a Brown bear?
A: One is the Polar bear is white and the Brown bear is brown.

Perfect for entertaining your child at a restaurant, waiting in line for something, going grocery shopping, etc. Helps you child distinguish between different but similar animals. This has been especially popular with two-year-olds.

"Every time my son sees this app, he runs around the house roaring and laughing!" - mother of 15-month-old boy

Email me if you have requests/questions, it is impossible for me to respond to your concerns if you only leave them in the comments!

*Press "HOME" key on your phone to exit the app.*
*Also search for our vehicle sounds app: Things that Go!*

Recent changes:
Version 1.1 (initial release)
-Entertains kids while you shop, cook, wait at the doctor's, etc.
-16 unique animal images and sounds
-Swipe screen to change pictures
-Tap picture to play sound effect
-Option to disable phone menu key
-Toggle sound effects on or off

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A Google User
Nov 26, 2011
Roaring good book! My grandson loves this app. It is so cute when he runs around roaring like the animals in the app!
A Google User
Nov 26, 2011
Roaring good book! My grandson loves this app. It is so cute when he runs around roaring like the animals in the app!
Carolyn
Nov 26, 2011
Roaring good book! My grandson loves this app. It is so cute when he runs around roaring like the animals in the app!
A Google User
May 7, 2011
My 18 month old loves this app! One of his first words was "roar" so he enjoys the animal pictures and sounds and plays with it all on his own. Great!
Jessica
May 7, 2011
My 18 month old loves this app! One of his first words was "roar" so he enjoys the animal pictures and sounds and plays with it all on his own. Great!