Sunday , August 20 2017

Google Play Family Free App of the Week updated – Thomas’s Musical Day for Percy

Free App - Thomas
Google Play Family Free App of the week has been updated, and the latest free app of the week features everyones favourite tank engine: Thomas. This week you get Thomas’s Musical Day for Percy from Speakaboos.

As usual, you have to follow the correct link to claim your copy of Thomas’s Musical Day for Percy or you’ll end up paying the full price of $4.99 for the app. If you head to the Google Play Families App category you’ll see your free app, or you can click this link.

So what is Thomas’s Musical Day for Percy about? Well, the synopsis gives us:

Oh no! Percy’s whistle is broken! Join Thomas as he explores the sounds around Sodor to put on a special surprise music show with Percy and his broken whistle. Then explore the sounds that you hear around you and see if you can make a music show of your own. This story, as with all Speakaboos stories, combines animation, read-along text and touch-screen interactions to improve reading comprehension.

The app from Speakaboos, an educational company who uses apps to encourage kids to read more. Their key features from their apps are:

  • Motivates reading by engaging kids with text, improving comprehension, and building confidence.
  • Stories & songs for children of all ages including nursery rhymes, fables, and fairytales.
  • Classic books such as The 3 Little Pigs, Cinderella, Belinda’s Halloween, and Wheels on the Bus.
  • Curated library of kid’s favorite topics like princesses, monsters, animals, music, and more!
  • Speakaboos storybooks are available anytime, anywhere – via mobile apps and the Web, online or offline.

If you have any kids, you may want to check this one out. Head over to Google Play Families and grab your free app now.

 
Source: Google Play Families.

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