What do you think that Romans have been doing for us? They’ve just been doing sanitation, medicine, education, wine,irrigation, roads, the fresh-water systems and public health. More over, there is nothing that they’ve collaborated with.
Well, we’ve got an answer to this ignoramus question and we’ll be answering you with our app of the day which is “Britannica Kids – Ancient Rome” This app is for iPhone and iPad users but here we will be discussing about the iPad one.
Britannica Kids – Ancient Rome
- Format iPad (iPhone version available too)
- Price Free
- Where iTunes
Firstly, if the price tag of this application seems baffling to you then, let it be cleared. When News-flap first received details about the Encyclopedia Britannica’s new kids app – Britannica Kids – Ancient Rome, we were informed by the developers that it will be costing us around £4.99 but now, it is showing in the app store now for nada.
So if you’ve got keen interest in this iPad’s application then it is best to go there and nab it before any price tag is attached.
This application definitely worth a £4.99 price tag that will be soon attached with it. This one is unbelievably informative and can enlighten you up to the fullest. It is also very rich and entertaining so you wouldn’t be a victim of boredom. You can consider it as a modern education app and even though it is meant to be checked out by kids under 8-12 age level, we bet that even elders at your home would learn a thing or a two out of it.
Don’t you think that learning is kind of boring when you’re belonging to an age level of 8-12? Don’t worry, for the exact purpose, developers have added some quirky games in this application that can be played by you with no hassle.
You can solve the given jigsaw puzzles of the Roman Gods and also, unscramble images of Ancient Rome in a game called Magic Square. You can have fun with this application by painting Roman structures and then try guessing what they are. Test your memory skills by playing a memory match game and so much more.
As, kids are likely to play on this application, this app does have some social media features. You can interact with other players and tweet your answers on Facebook.
You will also be getting loads of multimedia information including tons of new Roman images and videos.
Ian Grant, MD of Encyclopedia Britannica UK stated “Educational apps have seen an up rise in the previous years, both for parents and children, it can be useful. It is always good learning about new and exciting topics”
“We’ve been noticing that for many families, these apps are quickly becoming an essential learning tool and kids from an age level of 8-12, they can consider it as a mentor. Children can complete their homework or research projects through these applications”
“We are quite excited to release Ancient Romans as part of Britannica’s and we do promise that it’ll always be delivering you expert and reliable contents”