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Review Excerpt: This app illustrates the importance of children helping at home, with jobs like taking out the trash or folding the laundry. There’s not much to actually do in ...
Review Excerpt: JibJab has dramatically increased their StoryBots apps, but be warned — these apps do a great job pulling you in for free, and then do everything possible to get ...
Review Excerpt: This open-ended experience lets you decorate your own pony using a set of clear multiple choice menus, and then take it for a ride.  There are no in-app purchases or ...
Review Excerpt: This collaboration of Moonbot Studios (see: Morris Lessmore) and the editors of Ranger Rick Jr. Magazine mixes real information about Lions (how they eat, sound and ...
Review Excerpt: The app starts with six types of numerical representations, such as “Ten Frames” and “Rekenrek”  models which are used in many school curriculums. ...
Review Excerpt: This app features an elevator with closed doors. If you touch the doors you discover one of 13 characters hiding inside. The characters appear at random, including a ...
Review Excerpt: Designed for toddlers, this simple app hides 13 gifts inside a bouncing present under the Christmas tree. When tapped the present opens to reveal animated characters ...
Review Excerpt: This app follows a familiar Oceanhouse Media script. Start with an original book, and let children touch the illustrations or words to hear them read out loud, and labeled. ...
Review Excerpt: This is a side-scrolling timing game that requires fine motor skills to get through a level. As a rain cloud drifts over a meadow, you turn on or off the rain, to make ...
Review Excerpt: This year’s edition of Nabi, called Nabi 2 (http://www.nabitablet.com), aka the “Fuhu NABI NABI2-NV7A 7-Inch Tablet”, comes with a better screen, faster ...
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