List/Grid Tag Archives: spatial relations

Review Excerpt: Think “Sim City” for preschoolers, and you get the idea of Hoopa City, an app that represents a new direction for Tribeplay’s “Dr. Panda” ...
Review Excerpt: Toca Town lets you touch, tap and swipe your way through a small town, with five buildings and one park; each offering hidden surprises and a cast of 21 characters. ...
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: This is a set of ten optical illusion maze puzzles that is ideal for a child in need of a challenge. Your goal is to move a tiny figure (named Ida) through a series ...
Review Excerpt: This app contains eight vehicles in two cities (about 8 screens, each) that you can “drive” by touching the screen. The vehicles follow your finger.  As ...
Review Excerpt: Based on the art of Antonella Abbatiello, Facciamo (translated “Let’s Face It”) is like an interactive painting, with nine visual face experiments. ...
Review Excerpt: Want to see a fish in your living room? Or the Bear chasing it? This is an augmented reality experience designed to accompany one of the Disneynature movies. It combines ...
Review Excerpt: Twelve well designed, musical shape puzzles offer a playful, drag-and-drop building challenge, one shape at a time. The preview feature shows children the outline of ...
Review Excerpt: Every good early elementary classroom has tangram puzzles. This app takes the idea up a notch, with a nice set of geometric creatures; each made from seven shapes. You ...
Review Excerpt: Eighteen paintings are first presented by a rule, such as “never leave a red sock on the clothesline.” Why? Because it might attract a giant red rabbit. ...
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