“The Deep Blue Kingdom” is a highly interactive and thought provoking book and iPad app. Taking full advantage of the functionality of the iPad, “The Deep Blue Kingdom” takes children on a fascinating journey that is full of all sorts of amazing underwater creatures, such as turtles, dolphins, fish, sharks and many others.
With “The Deep Blue Kingdom,” children are exposed to the idea that the oceans are, in fact, not just brimming with life, but diverse life! The complexity and seemingly endless variety of this underwater and largely unseen world will do wonders to help foster a child’s curiosity and love of learning as well. Any child who reads and interacts with “The Deep Blue Kingdom” will be left not just wondering, but asking questions as well. This is the first and most important step in the learning process.
“The Deep Blue Kingdom” Makes the Most of the iPad
Intended for children under ten, “The Deep Blue Kingdom” iPad application costs $2.99 and exploits the iPad’s engaging functionality. For example, readers can turn the page via swiping, and even double tap on text areas to have a page read out loud repeatedly. This interactivity is part of what makes “The Deep Blue Kingdom” such a standout option for those looking for an engaging and engrossing iPad learning application.
Heighten Realism Courtesy of Lifelike Sound Effects
Adding to the realism of “The Deep Blue Kingdom” is the fact that numerous realistic sound effects run throughout the book. This helps to make “The Deep Blue Kingdom” a fully interactive experience that will help children feel as if they are literally floating in this new world of previously unseen knowledge. Learning about the ocean sparks creativity, imagination and, of course, a love of science and nature.
Read and Experience It Again and Again
Children will love reading and experiencing all that “The Deep Blue Kingdom has to offer again and again. The pleasant motherly voice that narrates this engaging iPad app will draw young learners into the world of “The Deep Blue Kingdom” and, in the process, encourage learning about nature and the wonders of the earth’s oceans.