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Love this game!! You can choose to play it on your own or send the application to your friends. What is really amazing is that you can have up to 4 players! You can even create it a party game! I have a lot of family and mates out of the country and can't wait to begin android games with them. The scoring system is also beautiful cool, I like that more difficult letters are worth more, it makes the android game more tricky and fun. Definitely recommend it!
Method too a lot of ads of 20 plus second duration. The android game itself is like others of its kind and amazing to play for awhile, but the incessant, long ads are crazy. I understand you need to pay the bills as all developers say, but do what plenty of others do and opt for some ads of 10 seconds or less. It isn't nearly so frustrating if you run more ads of shorter length. You've ruined the android game for one person, for what it's worth.
We were looking for a book for our 6 year old to really test to obtain across the point that fair is not equal. I do think that this book does a really amazing job explaining that and how if everything was "equal" it wouldn't be fair. I want they talked about more problems other than meal in the book to kind of present examples in other parts that would relate to his life, but overall, amazing book with a amazing message
We bought this book because my almost 6 year old was having problem understanding that fairness is not sameness. I have a 15 month old daughter that gets more attention at times and has various needs, of course, and I required a story that helped explain why both children weren't going to obtain the same treatment at the same time, every time. We required to obtain away from if one gets fresh clothes/shoes, the other gets fresh clothes/ took a couple of tries, but the notice finally broke through. I think my 6yo required a couple reads to fully grasp it. Since then, however, things have improved. She no longer expects sameness.
This book was amazing for our 8,7,4 year old who are always comparing everything with each other. They enjoyed the illustrations and we had a amazing discussion about the notice of the book. Two of our kids have unique needs that require some additional attention and this book helped illustrate we love all our kids just the same, and give them what they need.
We're fighting the "It's not fair!" war at my house, and this simple, adorable story is an immense help. We ask how much hay we really need as a code for the always famous refrain, "Fair doesn't mean equal." I definitely recommend, especially if you're dealing with a kid fixated on his/her idea of fair.