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Children love solving puzzles and so this app uses a simple puzzle as a language learning game. Children are rewarded for completing each jigsaw with an aural stimulus, they can choose to hear the name of the animal in Spanish or English, or just hear the animal noise. The language learning is purposefully subtle, so the child is able to focus on the puzzle solving.

* Develops spatial, concentration and attention skills.
* Helps categorisation and grouping of visual information.
* Provides aural definitions to aid categorisation.
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