List/Grid Tag Archives: fine motor skills

Review Excerpt: This painting app draws an imaginary line down the center of the screen making it incredibly simple to make symmetrical doodles. The color changes with each touch. Note ...
Review Excerpt: This simple building activity lets children control a crane that can be used to stack blocks. First, you choose a building block you want to add to the tower and hoist ...
Review Excerpt: Blek is a leveled puzzle game that starts with a simple challenge — to sketch an inch-worm-like line that loops its way across the screen while avoiding black ...
Review Excerpt: Where’s My Monster is the second release from Martin Hughes (see also Monster’s Socks, CTR Editor’s Choice, July 2012). The narrative is drawn from ...
Review Excerpt: This cooking simulation follows last year’s Dr. Panda’s Restaurant. You become the cook in this island restaurant, trying to feed an endless flow of new ...
Review Excerpt: This app turns your iPad into a highly customizable cursive writing tutorial that takes up where Writing Wizard (CTR, Sept 13) leaves off. A suite of parent/teacher ...
Review Excerpt: This collection of leveled activities includes counting, 1 to 1 correspondence, a numeral tracing activity and an augmented reality activity, with a cloud-based reward ...
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: Designed in France by the creators of the highly regarded Word Wizard, this app is designed to help children trace letters and numerals in your choice of three handwriting ...
Review Excerpt: Looking for a great first-app for a toddler or preschooler? Three fail-safe activities playfully pull children to a setting where they can discover the first math and ...
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