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Pierre Abel is living proof that you can make a solid living making children’s apps without the help of a big PR firm or licensed characters. You don’t need a fancy studio name, ...
Review Excerpt: This app models phonemic sounds with a  human mouth, so children can see the way a mouth moves when making different phonemic sounds. It is important to note that this ...
Review Excerpt: Children walk Mr. Fox through a ten step daily routine, presented by way of scrolling pages. The day starts with tooth brushing at 7 AM and ends with an 8 PM bedtime. ...
Review Excerpt: This app combines a homemade version of the Three Little Pigs with a set of coloring pages, jigsaw puzzles and a game of concentration. The pages let children play with ...
Review Excerpt: Designed to “teach complex multiplication strategies” to children in 3rd-5th grades, the maze-like reward system asks you rebuild bridges that have been ...
Review Excerpt: This is a 27-screen story about soccer in Brazil with mid-range illustrations, interactive design and music. Activities include a map game, a flag identification game ...
Review Excerpt: Make your own narrated 20 second puppets shows, with this editing and social media tool.  Supported by ads, in-app sales and promotional deals with movies like the ...
Review Excerpt: This kit contains three snap-together robots that are powered by a single solar cell (included), and that incorporate common items (e.g., a CD-ROM, aluminum soda can ...
Review Excerpt: Six simple drag-and drop science experiments are displayed on your iPad screen, disassembled. To make a light bulb light up or a volcano erupt, you must drop the parts ...
Review Excerpt: Pepi Doctor is “designed to help children overcome their fear of doctors” as well as to gently remind them about things like washing hands and brushing teeth. You ...
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