A software helps your kids get to know the things by pictures and keeps your computer safe from random strikes on keyboard. It's a kids educational game, which enables you to give your children vared picture lessons, and locks your keyboard .
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
Description: A software helps your kids get to know the things by pictures and keeps your computer safe from random strikes on keyboard. It's a kids educational game, which enables you to give your children vared picture lessons, and locks your keyboard .
Babies love to imitate their parents pounding keyboard from 6 months old. It should be encouraged because it helps to enhance their coordinative ability and improve their self-confidence. But these aimless strikes can activate unwanted programs, change the computer settings or delete important files. Baby Kids Keyboard Lets your curious baby pound the keyboard freely and safely.
With their growing up, the babies need to learn more things, such as numbers, alphabet, family members, all different kinds of sounds and so on. This software is a very good teacher for your babies and kids. Children can learn a lot from the games the software provide. For every tap of the keys or mouse, the child is rewarded with a amazing images and related sound effects. Meanwhile, this software allows parents to add family album, edit notes and record your own sound. Your kids will be very suprised to see your photo on the screen or hear "mom and daddy" after one tap. With this software, kids can learn more quickly and parents will have a few minutes to rest.
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