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Review Excerpt: Eighteen paintings are first presented by a rule, such as “never leave a red sock on the clothesline.” Why? Because it might attract a giant red rabbit. ...
Review Excerpt: The idea is to race to see who can most accurately fill in a target shape. You start with a simple circle, and end with a rather complicated picture of an animal. It ...
Review Excerpt: This app makes a nice extension of the animated Disney movie “Frozen”, with some additional early reading practice and spatial problem solving opportunities. ...
Review Excerpt: This coloring experience is unique because it lets children experiment with the relationship between 2D and 3D objects. It is also seasonal; featuring items that can ...
Review Excerpt: More bite-sized than “Don’t Let the Pigeon Run this App”, this collection of five activities offers plenty of sillyiness, good big band music and variety; ...
Review Excerpt: This off-the-beaten-path app illustrates concepts related to holes of all shapes, sizes and functions. The 24 screen eBook contains 100 interactive elements; and each ...
Review Excerpt: Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum https://www.rijksmuseum.nl is a free, online archive of 125,000 high resolution images. Each image gives you the ability to zoom in, making ...
Review Excerpt: This app, for both iOS and Android, connects one “page” (or screen) with the next by way of often related interactive features. For example, in one screen ...
Review Excerpt: This is a set of guided drawing lessons that makes it possible to see the lines you are supposed to draw before you draw them. It’s another example of a pedagogy ...
Review Excerpt: This is a set of self-correcting art sketching tutorials, with content sold as an in-app purchase (the first two levels are free). Created in Toronto by artist Peterson ...
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