Does your child love to study nature and learn how plants and animals interact? iBiome Wetlands shows how to create a virtual wetland environment that is teeming with many different forms of life. This fascinating app demonstrates the step-by-step development of the biome and allows your child to become part of the process. Its creative use of tablet technology and its solid content earn it a TOP PICK for Fun Educational Apps.
From the time they are very young, boys and girls are being encouraged to explore technology and learn about its many wonders. Messy Mia- and the Tale of Ancient Tech is a cute story app that looks at today's technology from a unique perspective and compares it to what was available once upon a time.
Tangram puzzles are not only fun, they improve your child's spatial awareness and problem-solving skills. If you've never played this intriguing puzzle game, you should check out Tangaroos. This digital version of the traditional game explains the background of the puzzles, as well as giving you step-by-step instructions on how to play.
I'm the parent of a nearly 2-year-old, and Elmo is right in my wheelhouse. The new app Elmo Loves You is a Top Pick for this mom. Its interactive features and pop-up book format make this an app that keeps our youngest readers completely engaged.
Math Shake takes on the challenge of teaching children how to solve word problems, arguably one of the most difficult of all math skills. Designed by math teachers, Math Shake emphasizes both parts of word problems- setting up the problem correctly and solving the math computation. It's guided practice where it is needed most.
Christmas Songs for Kids is a brand new Christmas app by Touchzing Media, perfect for your kids to sing along three of the most popular Xmas songs - Jingle Bells, We Wish You a Merry Christmas and Twelve Days of Christmas.
There has been a revolution in the last generation regarding the way parents explain sensitive topics like conception and birth to their children. Although many books are available on this subject, we think you will find Clementine's new app (designed for children 5-12 years old) to be far superior to them because it’s written from a child’s point of view and it uses simple animations to explain key concepts.
Multiplication is a key skill that children in the 8 to 10-year-old range need to master. Mattie Math Bot is a different take on the multiplication fact game. Students get to run a robot around a city looking for the correct answers to multiplication or division problems. The video game aspect of this app is a draw for many children.
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