Download The Allen Adventure apk 1.1 free for Android smartphone
Apk file size: 41.0 MB
The Allen Adventure app was developed by all Australian education authorities, working together to create safe and supportive school environments free from bullying, harassment and violence.
This fun app is an interactive story about the new kid in class whose name is Allen. He’s an alien from another planet, and wants to fit in and make friends... but he discovers it’s not always that easy! The app’s objective is to teach children social and emotional skills and how to identify and deal with inappropriate behaviour.
Read and sing along as Allen learns about how kids think and feel on Earth. There’s lots of fun ways for kids to interact and explore as they find out about joining in, sharing and managing their own feelings.
For young children this app is a positive experience. It encourages pro-social behaviour and shows kids what to do if their classmates are mean. In this way it can empower little kids and help to prevent bullying.
The Allen Adventure is a great preparation for children in kindergarten and early school years.
It’s for children 3 to 8 years - and aliens of all ages.
Improved support for high resolution devices.
Queensland Government - DET part of our Education and have average installs from 1000 to 5000. Last Update Dec. 7, 2014. Google play rating is 67.619. Current verison is 1.1. Actual size 41.0 MB.
Bad All you do is watch it
Cute interactive story about manners. More people's kids should read this.
This is the worlds best thing in the world Awesome
Alliance Looking good in seeing
User/kid friendly app Easy-to-use. Would be a great tool for parents and kids and teachers and students to work together on. There are both interactive and read-along elements.
Samsung devices Good on old Note3, but wont work on TabA :( useful app, but not compatible for our devices yet.
A friendly, fun book. This book tells awesome stories that teach inclusion, how to be a good friend and communication skills.
My 3 year old loves it He's learning emotions and social skills, and even singing "don't be mean". Although understand the concept of sharing and actually doing it is still difficult