List/Grid Monthly Archives: January 2013

Tablets for Kids: Which deliver the most bang for the buck? EDITOR’S NOTE: This is dated content. See the December 2013 issue.  CTR is an independent, ad free publication. The ...
January 15, 2013  The  Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) released the following report last month that suggests opportunities and challenges in education funding ...
Review Excerpt: LittleBits is a system of modular electronics that snap together with magnets. Each block, or module, has a unique function. There are several types of switches, LED ...
Review Excerpt: This app is designed to help children learn “the basics” of Spanish. The app is geared to both children who speak Spanish as a first language and are just ...
Review Excerpt: This 30 screen animated story comes with an environmental, “save an endangered species” agenda. The animal is the red panda, and the story is about how a ...
Review Excerpt: This app features nine fast-paced early reading activities designed to introduce and reinforce the first sight words, like dog, cat and zoo. The games feature Milo the ...
Review Excerpt: Designed to teach beginning Chinese, this app combines a story, music and a quiz. It uses the IQChinese Type-to-Learn Methodology, that shows a keyboard, shows you a ...
Review Excerpt: Make your own cat collage, with this creativity experience that comes directly from Torino, Italy. There are two modes — free play and build from memory. The free ...
Review Excerpt: This app effectively takes the common hunt-and-find play pattern down a notch by way of a series of carefully leveled challenges, clear labels and a playful theme. The ...
Review Excerpt: Three classification games start easy, and progressively get more challenging. The transportation theme will have a strong appeal to some children. The activities are ...
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