Smart Apps For Android: NEW RELEASE Doozer Creek — Make your very own version of Doozer Creek! (free Android kids apps)

Tuesday, July 08, 2014

NEW RELEASE Doozer Creek — Make your very own version of Doozer Creek! (free Android kids apps)


Oh what a find! I love Jim Henson's work and the Doozers are just adorable. Doozer Creek is inspired by the show of the same name that follows the adventures of the four Doozers: Spike, Molly Bolt, Flex, and Daisy Wheel. They are full of ideas and love to build things and will inspire your child's sense of creativity. We are raising the next generation of innovators, and apps that allow children to explore and create their own worlds are going to help nurture their imaginations. This is the kind of app that never grows old because each time your child plays with it, there is a whole new world to explore. Their own! Doozer Creek is FREE to download with optional in-app purchases. Click on the Amazon link now! You will not regret it.
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Optional in-app purchases for more playsets
External links are locked behind a parent gate

What's free: 16 features including doozers, buildings, plants
What's not free: another 45 building features
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STORE LINKS

   FREE (IAP)
Available on Amazon Appstore

When you look at these little green guys, do they remind you of something? Lemmings perhaps? Well, they may be the same color and about the same size, but these guys have a very bright future! Your child directs the Doozers in the building of their world, using a range of building features such as houses, parks, street lights, statues and even other Doozers working in various professions. Some features can only be used once, whereas others can be used multiple times. Anything placed in the wrong spot can be removed from the scene and put back into the inventory. A bunch of features come free, and there are myriad more available for purchase (different packs at varying prices).

Not just for play, but for learning through play, Doozer Creek is a fabulous app to have on a classroom tablet because it allows children to exercise higher order thinking. There are no directions or wrong answers, likewise there are no time limits or levels to achieve. Children of all ages and abilities will enjoy building their own little version of Doozer Creek. This would be an awesome reward for work completed or as an extension activity for gifted preschoolers that is good for individual and partner play. Make room for Doozer Creek on your device today.

SCREENSHOTS



APP DESCRIPTION ON AMAZON

Make your very own version of Doozer Creek! Players place characters, vehicles, buildings and other elements from Doozer Creek on a blank play mat, and then watch the world come to life! Watch the Doozers work, play, sing, drive and more!

Features:
- 7 play pieces free to try with additional playsets available for purchase.
- Designed to let your child play at their own pace.
- This play experience provides an introduction to a systems thinking curriculum, where the player can examine the linkages and interactions between the elements that compose the entirety of the system.
- Delightful and surprising animations as the characters interact with the various scenes and objects.

About Doozers
Doozers are DOERS – they put their ideas into action!

Doozers focuses on four little Doozers, a group of best buds who play together and share a love of inventing. Dubbed ‘the Pod Squad,’ Spike, Molly Bolt, Flex, and Daisy Wheel bounce from one fabulous adventure to the next engaging in exciting projects and having a blast playing together. Doozers know being a kid is a big job. Playing is how Doozer kids (and adults!) practice imagination, communication, ingenuity and problem solving.

The educational mission for Doozers is to inspire preschoolers’ inventive nature through play.

For more information on Doozers, including where to watch, visit Doozers.com


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It has been said that a house is not a home until you can find all the light switches in the dark. Cas has lived in her house for 3.5yrs and still mixes up the switches!



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