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My daughter loves making me recite Five Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed, but she mixes it up with whatever she's thinking of, i.e. Five Little Whales, Five Little Pants, Five Little Chairs etc. This skill prompts you or your child for what is jumping on the bed, and between each verse, prompts for how many remain. I hope you and your children have fun with it! My kids are 2 and 4, and while they enjoy this, I think 5-8 is the sweet spot. Have fun, and no jumping on the beds, kids!
==== Tips ==== If the skill matches the wrong animal/thing, or you're tired of that animal/thing jumping, you can restart the skill at any time by saying, "Alexa, start over."
You can exit the skill at any time by saying, "Alexa, stop."
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====== Credits ====== Sounds from http://www.grsites.com/archive/sounds/category/23/ and https://www.zapsplat.com/
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My daughter actually enunciates very well, but it just could not understand her saying the word “four”. Seems to be limited to the skill as outside of the skill Alexa understand her saying “four” just fine.