Learn counting with beads

 Counting Beads is a fun way for children to learn numbers and letters of the alphabet.
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Counting Beads is a fun way for children to learn numbers and letters of the alphabet. The numbers (or letters) appear as colored beads that users connect by dragging each bead into its next higher numbered bead, creating a chain that follows the lead bead. Move the bead chain by holding the device face-up parallel to the floor and tilting it slightly to let gravity roll the leading bead downhill.

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