List/Grid Tag Archives: animals

Review Excerpt: In this free app from the Smithsonian Science Education Center. The idea is to show children how to describe movement and motion while virtually visiting animals in ...
Review Excerpt: This is a game of concentration that uses animal pictures and sounds as clues. From the cluttered main menu, you are offered three options: 4 pairs, 8 pairs or 20 pairs. ...
Review Excerpt: Clear fictional illustrations and nice quality music help children better understand Giraffes. In the story Percival Jenkins loves bedtime and his amazing animal pajamas. ...
Review Excerpt: Six activities combine letter recognition concepts with animals themes. Content includes 60 animals, 100 photographs, animal facts and sound effects. Games include A ...
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: Jigsaw puzzles apps — where you drag and drop the pieces into place–  abound. But few are designed as well as Sort and Stack Toys 3D. Designed in Romania, ...
Review Excerpt: Old MacDonald gets a British twist (boots are called “a Welly”, for example), right from Nosy Crow (see also Cinderella) in this make-your-own nursery rhyme. ...
Review Excerpt: We’ve all grown used to the notion of watching TV. Now it can watch you back, providing you have one of two Kinect titles — Kinect Sesame Street TV, or Kinect ...
Review excerpt: This is a seven screen narrated adaptation of Goodnight Moon. In the app, children help the giraffe eat her dinner, the monkey climb to bed, and the elephant kiss goodnight ...
Review excerpt: Touch a cartoon-ish farm-related object or animal to hear a sample sound, and hear it labeled, animated and described. For example, if you touch the donkey, you might ...
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