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[Archived content from the December 2014 issue of CTR] Click the image to download the PDF, or use this link.  
Review Excerpt: This app models phonemic sounds with a  human mouth, so children can see the way a mouth moves when making different phonemic sounds. It is important to note that this ...
Review Excerpt: Children walk Mr. Fox through a ten step daily routine, presented by way of scrolling pages. The day starts with tooth brushing at 7 AM and ends with an 8 PM bedtime. ...
Review Excerpt: This app combines a homemade version of the Three Little Pigs with a set of coloring pages, jigsaw puzzles and a game of concentration. The pages let children play with ...
Review Excerpt: Designed to “teach complex multiplication strategies” to children in 3rd-5th grades, the maze-like reward system asks you rebuild bridges that have been ...
Review Excerpt: This is a 27-screen story about soccer in Brazil with mid-range illustrations, interactive design and music. Activities include a map game, a flag identification game ...
Review Excerpt: Make your own narrated 20 second puppets shows, with this editing and social media tool.  Supported by ads, in-app sales and promotional deals with movies like the ...
Review Excerpt: Six simple drag-and drop science experiments are displayed on your iPad screen, disassembled. To make a light bulb light up or a volcano erupt, you must drop the parts ...
Review Excerpt: Pepi Doctor is “designed to help children overcome their fear of doctors” as well as to gently remind them about things like washing hands and brushing teeth. You ...
Review Excerpt: This painting app draws an imaginary line down the center of the screen making it incredibly simple to make symmetrical doodles. The color changes with each touch. Note ...
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