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Kids Trucks: Preschool Learning

Kids Trucks: Preschool Learning – Learn Letters, Numbers, Shapes, and Colors


What is Kids Trucks: Preschool Learning? It is a lot of truck learning fun packed into one app. This app works with toddlers and preschoolers on learning their letters, numbers, colors, and shapes. It provides a lot of positive encouragement and incentives to help motivate children to learn and to feel good about their accomplishments (including celebratory fireworks!). The app also provides fun modes when your child needs a break from learning.

Learning Modes: There are currently four learning modes for preschool children and toddlers to use: letters, numbers, shapes, and colors. The child is asked to identify a certain item. When they pick the correct one, they are showered with praise. Help is provided if they have trouble picking the correct response as well. When the child earns five stars, a fun truck animation is provided. When they reach ten stars, they can then use the stars they earned to shoot off their own fireworks!

Free Play Mode: In free play mode, your child can act like they have their own phone or just continue to explore numbers. Touch the numbers and hit the call button to play your recorded messages! Also, they can play with the fun truck animations and sounds.

Record Messages: You can record your own messages both for the free play modes and learning modes. Personalize your own positive encouragement statements for your child or have fun recording silly messages for them to hear while they play.

* Bright, fun animations that are high resolution for iPad and iPhones with retina displays.
* Trucks with personality!
* Easy for toddlers and preschoolers to use independently or with an adult.
* Lots of positive praise and encouragement to help kids learn their letters, numbers, shapes, and colors.
* Record your own positive encouragement and messages.
* Fireworks!!!
Here are a few screenshots:

Available for iOS, Amazon, Google Play (Android Market), and Nook

Thanks for your support!!

Cross-platform Mobile App Development Showcase

6 responses to “Kids Trucks: Preschool Learning

  1. Cheryl says:

    I am a special Ed teacher and I love this app. The only suggestion I have is in learning mode when the kids get the wrong answer, the number, letter or shape they pushed that was incorrect stays in the display on top. This has confused some of my students because they hear the prompt but see the wrong number on top. I was also wondered if there was a way to add multiple kids as well as some type of data collection. There is an app that gives me the ability to email myself the data after the end of each session but does not allow multiple players which is also an option. Thanks for your hard work! I wish I knew how to make apps because I have so many ideas for apps for special needs kids !

    • orionsmason says:

      Thank you so much for your feedback Cheryl! I am a School Psychologist and Counselor as well as app maker so it is great to hear you are using the app as a Special Ed teacher. The display issue I can easily fix. As far as the data collection, I’m going to send you an email and get a little more input from you on it.

  2. Brenda says:

    Just got this app. Tried the freebie version with my two year old twin grand kids. They LOVED it, so I downloaded the paid version. I am pleased to see there are other apps using the same fun format. I will be buying more in the days to come.

    • orionsmason says:


      Thank you so much for your kind words! It is always so nice to hear when others enjoy the apps. I started making them originally for my twin boys who were two at the time (they are three now) and both of them have really enjoyed all the apps as well.

      Thanks again,

  3. ginny says:

    I tried to download Kids Trucks Preschool on my Nook after purchasing the app for my grandson. He really enjoys the Truck Puzzles! Any how, I’m experiencing problems with downloading the app after purchase. Any help would appreciated!

    • orionsmason says:

      Hello Ginny,

      Which style Nook are you using (Color, Tablet)? The first thing to try is powering off your Nook and then turning it back on. To do a full power off (not just entering sleep mode) press and hold the power button for about 6 seconds. A message should pop up asking if you’d like to power off the device. Do this. Wait a minute or so and then turn it back on. Please let me know if this resolves the issue.


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