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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 ...
Review Excerpt: This painting app draws an imaginary line down the center of the screen making it incredibly simple to make symmetrical doodles. The color changes with each touch. Note ...
Review Excerpt: The world of apps and screens meets the world of real tangram blocks, objects like pens, coins or anything else you might have in your pocket, with Osmo, an easy to ...
Review Excerpt: A great play theme meets a complicated interface that necessitates using hints that require reading, plus in-app sales that are presented in the context of the actual ...
Review Excerpt: Get ready for the SAT early, with this set of timed reading and comprehension questions. The games cover vocabulary development, with new words and phrases. Content ...
Review Excerpt: This is a collection of didactic drills designed to introduced letters, numbers and colors in four languages (English, French, Catalan and Spanish).  Subscribers, please ...
Review Excerpt: There are no surprises with this E 10+  LEGO/TT game; in other words, the gameplay is the same as previous titles, with a new story and characters. You control Iron ...
Review Excerpt: What child — or grownup — wouldn’t want to play with a crane? You start with a bird’s eye view of a village in production, with five areas to ...
Review Excerpt: A challenging Flappy Birds gaming mechanic (or in this case a flappy pink elephant) meets astronomy facts in this night sky app designed to “develop children’s ...
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