Before the little nippers dip a toe into the wide and murky waters of formal education, it’s important to give them a good foundation and DinoMites Nooby aims to do just that, building little brains through bright colours, funny noises and general education-flavoured shenanigans. With a variety of activities for kids between the ages of three and seven, Nooby helps kids to get more acquainted with computers and some simple educational fundamentals. Considering almost every job on the market these days requires at least basic computer literacy, just being able to work a mouse is an educational fundamental all on its own.
Over two-hundred different exercises help the wee-ones get familiar with things like counting, number recognition and the difference between a squaaah and a square. Games including Memory for learning shapes, Join-the-Dots for learning number sequence and Colouring to help learn the names of colours are just a few of the enthralling activities available. Fun enough to keep even a grown-up occupied long enough to get odd looks from their manager, the activities could keep even the shortest attention-span enraptured.
Once they’ve finished with an
activity, they’re rewarded not only with a pat on the back from mom and dad and
their own swelling sense of pride, they get a digital sticker for their sticker
book and once the book is completed, you know they’ll be able to wow you with
their new knowledge.