App Inspired By Bauhaus Helps Kids Learn Colors & Shapes

App Inspired By Bauhaus Helps Kids Learn Colors & Shapes

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Tara Bellucci
Jun 5, 2015
(Image credit: ShapeKit)

ShapeKit, is a new iPad app for kids that you might want to play with yourself. Designed for ages 6 through 12, the app teaches shapes, colors, and construction with Bauhaus-inspired graphics.

Older kids (and adult kids) can use the shapes to build things and create animation, making it more like playing with blocks than a typical game.

"The mechanical features, such as hole punches to create joints and merging shapes together, aimed to emphasize the physicality of creation," said creators Caroline Oh and Young Sang Cho. "We want children to feel like they are building an object that can move and come to life, not just drawing on a screen."

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