List/Grid Tag Archives: classification

Review Excerpt: It’s a fun idea — to mix and match parts of a dinosaur. In this case, however, the parts are random and there’s no logic to the way the parts do or ...
Review Excerpt: Silly yet slightly scientific, this app playfully introduces sets of multiple-choice school readiness exercises with NASA facts and footage about the planets. Content ...
Review Excerpt: Fifteen self-correcting, rainy day puzzles await in a single app, offering both variety and some tried-and-true problem solving opportunities. You catch and count bats, ...
Review Excerpt: You can’t fit a round peg in a square hole. But you can have a fun time trying in this responsive set of auto-correcting classification puzzles, which have been ...
Review Excerpt: From Scotland, comes a ten screen story that provides an answer to the age-old question: “where do missing socks go?” Sock Monster is a small squirrel-sized ...
Review Excerpt: As with many ebooks, you start with the choice of two confusing options — “Read and Play” and “Read by Myself” (ironically, both require ...
Review Excerpt: Featuring animated vehicles designed to deliver child-controlled language exploration in Spanish or English, this app lets children touch and hear the labels for types ...
Review Excerpt: Did you know that cleaning the toilet, mopping the floor and recycling trash can be fun? Just call them “mini-games”. There are 20 such jobs found in Dr. ...
Review Excerpt: Recurring in-app purchases meet a seven year old’s desire to collect things to decorate an igloo, in this new iPad version of Club Penguin ($free, http://appstore.com/clubpenguin). ...
Review Excerpt: Three well designed activities with limited content are embedded in a simple story, creating a playful logic and language experience. From the main menu, you can choose ...
© 2015 Children's Technology Review. All rights reserved.