Laugh & Learn™ Learning Letters Monkey App

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  • Last update: 7 years ago
  • Version: 2.0.3
  • Size: 29.0 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: Fisher-Price
  • Content rating: Rated 4+
  • Languages: English
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Laugh & Learn™ Learning Letters Monkey App Review

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Laugh & Learn™ Learning Letters Monkey App Review

A fun-filled learning app that features baby’s favorite Laugh & Learn™ characters! Babies are encouraged to interact with engaging animations, sing-along songs & sound effects. While this app is absolutely free and fun on its own, the app comes to life with the purchase of the Apptivity Monkey. Place your Apple device in the Monkey and press his paws to interact with the content on screen.

4 Modes of play:
ABC - Touch the screen or press Monkey’s ABC paw to advance through the alphabet with fun animations. After letter “Z”, sing and dance along to the ABC song.
123 - Touch the screen or press Monkey’s 123 paw to advance through numbers 1-10, at the end sing along to the counting song.
Shapes & Colors - Touch the screen or press Monkey’s shape paw to learn about shapes and colors through fun animations.
Music - Touch the screen or press Monkey’s music paw to sing and dance to 4 songs!

Tilt the device to hear Monkey giggle!

Teaches letters A-Z, numbers & counting 1-10, shapes, colors, and action/re-action


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  • J
    This is a wonderful app! My 5 month old smiles and gets excited whenever I put this on for him, especially when the songs are playing. The drawings are simple, colorful, and cute! Perfect for a baby! Very interactive! Great learning tool ! One thing I wish they would improve on is, the section where songs play, you have to tap on the screen for the next song to come on. I wish it would just keep going...whenever one song ends, the next one should play automatically.
  • E
    I love this app. As soon as you click it the giggle noises come on and if my son is losing it he will totally stop and be happy. If there wasn't a home button on my phone the world would be perfect but that's the only issue is that he exists it every once in awhile. The app is perfect though. 4 play options and it just keeps going for him. We have been using it for probably a year and he is 1.5. Thanks!
  • c
    I had purchased the fisher price case for my iPad. The case is made in such a way that your child can only view the apps in landscape. Imagine my disappointment upon finding that many of the fisher price apps can only be viewed in portrait. I picture some elderly CEO trying to keep up with the times, but just doesn't have a clue as to what to tell the creator of these apps.

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