List/Grid Tag Archives: language

Review Excerpt: The fourth in the “Touch, Look and Listen” series from StoryToys, this stand alone app contains 65 common clothing items grouped into 11 categories — ...
Review Excerpt: The third in a series (see also Sago Mini Forest Flyer and Sago Mini Ocean Swimmer), this app uses a follow your finger design, where you help a character explore merely ...
Review Excerpt: Part of the Cat in the Hat’s Learning Library series, this playful romp through human anatomy uses rhyme; for example “you have six hundred muscles and here’s ...
Review Excerpt: This celebration of unconventional language comes from the printed book published by Scholastic, with a hillbilly guitar vocal by Craig Smith (Author), and illustrations ...
Review Excerpt: Like Siri (Apple’s voice recognition helper) with animals, this app consists of a collection of animated, cleverly narrated talking animals that uses something ...
Review Excerpt: Disney’s popular virtual world, Club Penguin, first came to the iPad in December of 2013. But this April 2014 update (for which the ratings apply) now includes ...
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: Counting with your fingers comes naturally for most children (and adults), and it certainly gives the general concept of “base ten” a nice grounding. The ...
Review Excerpt: The third title in StoryToys’ series of visual dictionaries, Things That Go,  lets children discover 55 vehicles, grouped into 11 categories like trucks, diggers, ...
Review Excerpt: In the story, the rainbow wakes up in the morning and goes out to color the world in its own hues. When Red feels sick, the other colors help by taking up some of Red’s ...
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