List/Grid Tag Archives: spatial relations

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: This collection of eighteen black and white visual puzzles challenges your conception of right side up and upside down.  You learn that shifting your point of view ...
Review Excerpt: Sonic is fast and fun, in this co-op or competitive two player racing game. We tested the Wii U version. In the story, Dr. Eggman has harnessed the power of six menacing ...
Review Excerpt: This visual brainteaser asks you to copy a model, using a set of geometric overlays. The puzzles start easy and get harder; or you can easily jump to a harder level ...
Review Excerpt: As with many ebooks, you start with the choice of two confusing options — “Read and Play” and “Read by Myself” (ironically, both require ...
Review Excerpt: Inspired by the original storybook app, Animal SnApp: Farm, Axel Scheffler’s Flip Farm contains 12 animals; with 121 possible combinations that create silly, simple ...
Review Excerpt: This app makes a nice extension of the animated Disney movie “Frozen”, with some additional early reading practice and spatial problem solving opportunities. ...
Review Excerpt: In this app, you assemble and decorate a truck, and then drive it through one of three tracks, collecting as many coins as possible. It is fun to see how fast you can ...
Review Excerpt: In the app, children help Annie the squirrel pick apples, prepare pies, and put together puzzles in 27 worlds which are arranged like a board-game. Features include: ...
Review Excerpt: Like “Forest Flyer” (CTR June 2013), where you fly a bird around with your finger, Ocean Swimmer uses the same game mechanic using a little fish, with more ...
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