List/Grid Tag Archives: fine motor coordination

Review Excerpt: Here’s a free app for two players that works in tandem with a $10 set of two felt covered air hockey paddles, both of which are the size of chess pieces. You start ...
Bugs and Bubbles, $2.99, by Little Bit Studio, LLC http://itunes.apple.com/app/bugs-and-bubbles/id500195730?ls=1&mt=8 Fun, fast and good for building emerging math skills, Bugs ...
Review excerpt: ModNation Racers for Vita does lets you make your own track over a landscape that you shape by pushing up with second touch screen. Features include the ability to turn ...
Review excerpt: This app takes a theme children love — flying airplanes — and puts it at their fingertips. You start by touching one of four planes (one is a helicopter), ...
Review excerpt: A cross between a Pokémon game and Animal Crossing (with a bit of “Carnival Games” tossed in), PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond lets you play as one of four ...
Review excerpt: Designed specifically around the unique attributes of the Sony Vita handheld game system, Little Deviants is a collection of thirty games that provide a good test of ...
Review excerpt: Your child can help Dora and Kai-lan perform vet checkups, bathe, feed, groom, and potty-train the animals, who do tricks for thanks. Animals include bunnies, birds, ...
Review excerpt: Once you get past the idea of touching the swarms of realistic roaches, ants, or bees, children quickly fall for this collection of 18 counting and classification activities. ...
Review excerpt: Transform your iPad into a zany Dr. Seuss horn, with eight buttons, arranged as a whole-tone. Content includes 10 songs, including the soundtrack from The Cat in the ...
Review excerpt: Two years after the the original Mindflex (CTR Feb 2009), comes Mindflex Duel — with two headsets for two players instead of one, and a higher price. The headset ...
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