Oct 17, 2014

Kazaz! New iPad App for Kids Review

  Kazaz! is an exciting new app that lets your child interact with animated stories that will have them full of curiosity.  This new app for iPads is perfect for children aged 3-8 and great for parents and grandparents to join in on.  Kazaz! not only is like a fun game, but your child will be learning to read.  When your child is reading a story they will also be able to click on gems which are hidden throughout the app.  These gems are full of extra information and facts about the stories.

 Children are able to enjoy imaginative 3D play with real - life figures based on Kazaz! characters. Starting today through October 26, Kazaz! has a special launch promotion which make these 3 stories available for FREE!:
o   The Magic of Kazaz: Reveals the history of how Kazaz! became a magical planet. This story will always be free. 
o    I Am the Music Man: Sing along with the Music Man in this hand-clapping, toe-tapping rendition of a classic children’s melody. Free with the Kazaz! app download through October 26th, $1.99 thereafter.
o    The Story of Wooding: The tale of an adventurous young swan who sets off on an exciting journey, free with the Kazaz! app download through October 26th, $2.99 thereafter.
 Soon children will be able to read and play along through Apple TV where the screen will be bigger making the sound and picture amplified.  Also, coming soon, it will be added to Kazaz! Kids YouTube Channel.
  My grandchildren loved! loved! this new app.   As for the 3 and 4 year olds, their favorite was the music from the I Am the Music Man.  We had to play this episode over and over again.
  The Gems are also very unique in the games.  The children are rewarded by their timing on the game by receiving Gems that are hidden throughout the game.  In the first story there are no Gems so the kids just enjoyed the story, but as soon as the Gems appear, they were curious to keep going which helps them learn more and more.
 Another favorite of my grandchildren was the Swan.  The female swan is called a pen and the kids learned that the first writing object was a quill and it became a pen. There are Gems to help children get prizes for adding new endings to stories.  My older grandchildren, 8 years, liked this the best.


  Here is a video link:

  I was so excited for my grandchildren to try out this new app.  They loved the games and reading and through this wonderful new app --- they can now do both!
 There are also coloring sheets available and a store for purchasing Kazaz! products online.
  This is only the beginning for Kazaz! and its parent company, American Story Channel. Future plans include additional stories, more sophisticated gamification experiences, availability in 11 languages, 3D figures in real gold and silver, and a children’s animated TV series, among other exciting developments. 

  Kazaz! would love it if you would check out their website, Facebook  and Twitter.  Thanks!

*Thanks to Kazaz for allowing me to review for them.
*The opinions of this product are strictly my own.

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