Tap Tap Muppets
What parents need to know
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Tap Tap Muppets is a music game that lets players tap along in rhythm to nine songs: three Muppet Show classic tracks (including "Mahna Mahna" and "Let's Talk About Me," three songs from Muppets: The Green Album, and three songs from the soundtrack to the Muppets! movie, including a cool modern remake of the theme song. Users can share high scores via the Game Center social network, but participation is optional.
What kids can learn
Health & Fitness
- fine motor skills
Engagement, Approach, Support
A fun, lively, and challenging music-game app with tons of extra goodies for Muppets fans, including character bios and more than a dozen videos. Presentation is slick, too.
Kids develop fine motor skills and a sense of rhythm by tapping in time to the music and responding to visual and audio cues. Still, Tap Tap Muppets is no substitute for learning with a real musical instrument.
The app doesn't offer a great deal of guidance or feedback on player performances, but there are no negative consequences for performing badly.
What's it about?
The rhythm action gameplay of Tap Tap Muppets is similar to other Tap Tap games where players must tap up to three symbols at a time as they scroll down from the bottom of the screen in time to the music. Players can adjust the difficulty to account for different skill levels.
Is it any good?
TAP TAP MUPPETS is a fun, lively, and challenging music app with tons of extra goodies for Muppets fans, including character bios and more than a dozen videos to watch. The presentation is very slick, too. Overall, a great choice for fans of the Muppets and music games.
Families can talk about...
Let younger kids play along to recorded music by banging pots and pans or other makeshift instruments.
When listening to music, have kids tap to the rhythm and identify patterns when possible. Challenge them to tap the rhythm even after the song stops playing.