Team Umizoomi



Kite-themed app teaches kids about patterns and shapes.

What parents need to know

Ease of play

Controls are mostly tilt-based with a bit of tapping and are explained with both visual and verbal cues.

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The game is based on the Team Umizoomi TV show. On the main menu, there's a "Meet Team Umizoomi" link that takes the player out of the game and opens a Web browser window to Nickelodeon's website.

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Parents Need to Know

Parents need to know that Team Umizoomi is a kite-themed math app for preschoolers featuring the characters Geo and Milli from Nickelodeon's Team Umizoomi TV show. After completing two short mini-games wherein they collect geometric shapes and complete simple patterns, kids can design their own kites.

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With only two mini-games, TEAM UMIZOOMI doesn't have a great deal of depth. However, the vibe is positive and friendly, and kids will see different sets of shapes and objects each time they play, so there's some replay value. Fans of the TV show will enjoy seeing realistic likenesses of Geo and Milli and hearing the characters voiced by the same actors from the TV show.

App details

Devices:iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad
Release date:March 24, 2010
Category:Kids Games
Publisher:MTV Networks
Minimum software requirements:iOS 3.0 or later

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Kid, 10 years old February 1, 2011

Boring for anyone older than 6

This game is great for ages 1-5, but once you get 7+ you'll start thinking it's boring. I'm older than 7, and it's pretty boring for me. But it teaches kids about math and gives them a positive attitude about it. I gave this game 3 stars because I'm 10 now so it's boring for me. But for 2 year olds, I'll give it 10 stars!
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