List/Grid Tag Archives: matching

dance

Wubbzy’s Dance Party

Review Excerpt: Based on “Meet the Wuzzles,” this app lets your child play along with Wubbzy and pals, Daizy, Walden and Widget.¬† In the story, The Wubb Club is planning ...
jewels

Monster Jewels Halloween

Review Excerpt: Drag and drop beads, jewels, and parts of necklaces onto seven goofy monsters that look like they’ve been inspired by a Toca Boca app. The puzzles are timed and ...
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Bugs and Buttons 2

Review Excerpt: This follow up to Bugs and Buttons (CTR February 2012), contains another well crafted set of 18 math and logic activities. If you liked the first edition, you’ll ...
zoopal

ZooPAL-A Gift: Learning Games for Preschool Kids

Review Excerpt: ZooPAL-A Gift: Learning Games for Preschool Kids is described as “a personalized, interactive story where your child is the hero and the adventure changes each ...
shinyparty

Shiny Party

Review Excerpt: Four matching games introduce shapes and visual discrimination in this app featuring two modes of play: story and game. In the story mode, children discover the games ...
shapes

Curious About Shapes and Colors

Note: Read more about this title, and watch the review, at “A Boring Subject Meets Excellent Design.” Review Excerpt: Children can choose five puzzles that vary in difficulty; ...
veggietales

Watch and Find – VeggieTales Games and Video Clips

Review Excerpt: This object recognition activity mixes video clips with a hunt and find game that is cleverly layered over the moving video. The video in this case comes from VeggieTales ...
kim

Professor Kim – What’s Missing Here?

Review Excerpt: Can you spot the missing sea creature, before the other player? This classification experience presents this type of simple early logic challenge, starting with smaller, ...
vet

HappyKids – Veterinarian

Review excerpt: Turn your iPad into a vet’s office, with this collection of 24 short activities. The idea is to take care of six animals (two dogs, two cats, a parrot, and a cockatoo) ...
monster

Feed the Monster

Review excerpt: The arcade-style games in this app are based on the online game available at ZiggityZoom.com. There are three play mechanics, plus a Monster Creator-where you can customize ...
kidsfun

Kids Fun

Review excerpt: The app starts with 10 clearly marked icons, each leading to a set of five or so games. Each has a nature or animal theme. Activities include puzzles, matching, coloring, ...
SpringBoard

Eddy’s Number Party, The

Review excerpt: This app features four levels, ranging from counting (drag  a set of balloons to the matching numeral) to a game of concentration that involves matching sets of dots ...
monster2

Another Monster at the End of This Book

Review excerpt: Each of the 12 pages in this app document Grover’s creative attempts to keep Elmo (and your child) from turning the page and getting to the end. He tries glue ...
play

Fingerprint Play Maker

Review excerpt: This is part of a series of apps that feature a new Mom-Comm tracking mechanism, that lets you look over the should on what your child does using Facebook or email. ...
fairy

Big Kid Life: Fairy Princess

Review excerpt: This is one of the four new free FingerPrint apps created by former Leapfrog executive Nancy MacIntyre. See also Big Kid Life: Firefighter. In this title, children are ...
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Puzzingo

Review excerpt: Puzzingo was inspired by classic wooden puzzles for kids. As children play with the puzzles, they learn what the different pieces are, as well as the different sounds ...
fire

Little Explorers Firehouse Adventure

Review excerpt: Eight timed games give young children a chance to play with firehouse themes. Games include Firetruck Traffic (help the firefighters get to the fire while avoiding other ...
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Toca Doctor

Review excerpt: This app is a collection of 18 puzzles. The quick-moving format resembles Nintendo’s WarioWare, only with a multi-touch screen, and a health-related theme. You’ll ...
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Nancy Drew: The Model Mysteries

Review excerpt: This is a collection of 17 puzzles of six varieties. The most noteworthy and familiar are the I SPY-like, hidden object games, which have you searching the screen until ...
littlethings

Little Things

Review excerpt: Well designed but very challenging, this picture searching program follows a tried-and-true formula that translates well to the iPad’s clear touch screen. While ...
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Dinosaur Train Eggspress

Review excerpt: Featuring characters from the Jim Henson Company TV show, The Dinosaur Train, children start by finding hidden dinosaur eggs in a scene in this app. Next comes a multiple-choice ...
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Dora’s Cooking Club

Review excerpt: Help Dora get ready for the Favorite Foods Festival by chopping, stirring, and mixing different food ingredients, using the touch screen on the Nintendo DS. There are ...
alphie

Alphie

Review excerpt: Drill and practice gets a new face, voice and brain, with this updated edition of one of the first robotic learning toys. Powered by three AA batteries (included) the ...
rover

Red Rover Game

Review Excerpt: This racing game consists of an eight inch tall talking dog, with 12 bones that fit in a container in his back. The idea is to follow directions, and try to be the first ...
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Monkey Preschool Lunchbox

Review Excerpt: Five bite-sized games feature a chatty, quirky little monkey, who serves as the coach and instruction giver. Content includes concentration, color matching (touch all ...
animatch

AniMatch – Animal Sounds Memory Match

Review Excerpt: Concentration anyone? This iPhone/iPod touch app delivers a simple game of concentration. Each card shows a picture of an animal, and an associated sound. The object ...
jewelmaster

Jewel Master Egypt

Review Excerpt: In this matching game with an Egyptian theme, your goal is to match items in grids that vary in difficulty in order to earn money used to rebuild parts of the ancient ...
dorapuppy

Dora Puppy

Review Excerpt: Designed specifically for Dora-loving preschoolers, this one player Nintendo DS title uses the DS microphone, enabling a child to offer commands or praise to Perrito, ...
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Alphabet Soup

Review Excerpt: Designed to look like a pot of soup, this battery-operated phonics toy comes with an attached talking spoon that prompts children to find the letters needed to spell ...
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