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ABC Food Is A Tasty Way To Learn Letters

September 2, 2011


ABC Food ($1.99) by Peapod Labs LLC is yet another installment in the successful Little Explorers series. As always, the developer seeks to delight kids’ eyes and ears while allowing them to absorb information about the alphabet. Chances are, whatever your little one loves to do, Peapod Labs has made an app that combines the… [Read more…]

Must-Have Back-to-School Apps

August 25, 2011


School days are here and if it’s one word that’s on our mind as parents, it’s “organization.” Keeping the kids on task with their homework, remembering meetings, asking the kids if they did their homework, grocery shopping, helping the kids finish their homework. Well, you get my drift. In lieu of this impending reality, the… [Read more…]

Geom-e-Twee Gets An Even More Kid-Friendly Update!

July 20, 2011


Geom-e-Twee by John Miller (Free) is a wonderful little app that will help plant in the heart of your child that will sprout and blossom into a love of learning about geometry. The app allows children to manipulate shapes and angles to make virtual “trees” and now it’s in color and allows kids to choose… [Read more…]

Learn My Letters App Review: Owls Are Great Teachers

July 5, 2011


Learn My Letters by Generation Genius Learning Tools Inc is another adorable ABC app to hit iTunes. Your kids are sure to fall in love with Horatio the owl who is both their teacher and biggest fan within the learning game. He’s a “Who’s Who” in the owl community. Get it? “Whoooo’s Whooooo?” OK, sorry… [Read more…]

NxtApp 4 Kids Is Sequencing Fun

July 5, 2011


NxtApp 4 Kids by ICON, LLC is an adorably fun way to get kids interested in learning about patterns. OK, now I have the “Pattern Power” song from Team Umizoomi going through my head. That’s the kind of music you hear all day when you are mom to a toddler and a preschooler! I digress.… [Read more…]

Monkey Preschool Lunchbox Review

February 24, 2011


I have to admit, the name was a bit weird and I wasn’t sure what to expect from this one. When I first opened it, everything was very professional – the music was catchy, voice over cute (and not annoying) and there was a good variety of learning games for my daughter. The real test… [Read more…]


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