Buildo Rescue – The Police, Fire Brigade, Sea Rescue and Hospital sticker book app.
- 4 unique scenes with Police, Fire Brigade, Sea Rescue & Hospital themes
- 103 colorful stickers including boats, police cars, ambulances, helicopters, jet skis, scuba divers, doctors and lots, lots more.
- Scrollable panoramic backgrounds with interactive soundscapes
- Every sticker can be scaled, rotated and flipped for unlimited creative possibilities
- ‘Moms & Dads Zone’ with tips for further creative learning
- ‘Made for kids’ menus.
Buildo Rescue - A sticker book app for kids aged 1-7
Imagination and creativity are the greatest gifts our children have. ‘Buildo Rescue’ features 103 hand designed, full-color stickers themed around the Emergency & Rescue Services. There are boats, police cars, ambulances, helicopters, jet skis, scuba divers, doctors, nurses and loads more to choose between! Simply drag a sticker into one of four panoramic soundscapes and watch as an imaginary world comes to life!
Here you’ll find some tips for getting the most out of this app.
‘Buildo Rescue’ is a simple and very cool ‘drag and drop’ app that engages children’s natural sense of creativity. It’s a lot of fun to play and aims to start children thinking about creative storytelling. Studies have shown that children who are able to create or make sense of narratives at an early age have a greater connection to knowledge and greater potential for self-expression.
#1 Watch and observe! Kids do the most amazing things that often we just can’t predict. Watch how they interact with this app and learn how to drag, drop and resize objects. Creativity is all about exploring, experiencing new ideas and having fun!
#2 Ask what they’re doing! Simple as that! Show some interest and ask them to explain what they’re doing. Try some role-play and perhaps invent a name or scenario for the characters they have dragged into their rescue scene.
#3 Start to build a story! As they get more confident using the app encourage them to build a story by asking questions about individual characters. You could suggest a motivation, for example: What is she doing? Where are they going? What’s happening now? Pretty soon your child will start creating his or her own stories from the ‘Buildo Rescue’ scenes.
Have fun learning!