Alphabet Aquarium App Review

Alphabet Aquarium is a bright and colorful puzzle-based alphabet app that contains a HUGE number of alphabet puzzles.  With 4 different puzzle types there are104 educational puzzles in all!  With lots of alphabet words and sentences included, the app also makes a nice first-words alphabet storybook that’s driven by puzzle completion.

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Meek-a-Moo App Review

Meek-a-Moo is a fun-filled, bi-lingual (English/Spanish) app for toddlers and preschoolers including both an interactive first-words style storybook and a playful peek-a-boo game. By using visual and auditory discrimination your child can identify forty animals across four colorful settings. Cheerful characters, rich realistic animal sound effects, and gorgeous design make this app a delight to play together with little ones.

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Play Foods: Words

Play Words: Foods is a cute, multilingual (English, Spanish, Portuguese) first words app for the toddler set that focuses on common fruit and vegetable names. While filled with quality art and playful feedback, the app still needs some tweaks to see it live up to its full potential.

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Interactive Alphabet ABCs App Review

Interactive Alphabet ABCs is a classic alphabet app, containing everything a parent could want in a digital ABC book while having clear, simple navigation that even toddlers can work with. Letter names, letter sounds, the alphabet song – its all here and its all done well. There’s a reason Interactive Alphabet has remained a top seller in the App Store for years.

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Counting Bees App Review

Counting Bees is a uniquely interactive and fun approach to counting and early number recognition from 1-20. This high quality app encourages a relaxed way of playing in a number-enhanced environment and is also multi-lingual, allowing your child to explore counting in eight languages.

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WURM Junior App Review

WURM Junior is a simple, well-designed app with a wealth of colors and shapes that children can use to enjoy multi-touch, kaleidoscopic drawing. This soothing, visually stimulating experience makes a great exploration environment that can be used as a reward, transition tool, doodle board, or creative teaching aid.

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The Traditional Storyteller – The Three Little Pigs App Review

The Traditional Storyteller apps are completely irresistible - engaging, vibrant introductions to classic folk stories that tools that help children practice vital language arts skills. I simply can’t think of a more enjoyable way to practice sequencing, narration, and summarizing. Almost better than a live storytelling performance at a library - these can be enjoyed on demand for years to come.

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BabyFirst Encyclopedia App Review

BabyFirst Encyclopedia is charming - the artwork is adorable and the photographs are all engaging choices. Little ones love repetition, bright pictures, and simple words, this app covers all those bases. Whether your little one loves vehicles or farm animals - all the common high interest categories can be found here.

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KinderApp App Review

KinderApp is an incredibly delightful way to learn simple home-centered vocabulary in three different languages (English, German, Hungarian). The natural urge to repeat the questions and words after the native speakers make KinderApp a wonderful choice for toddlers learning their first words, children with speech delays, and beginning foreign-language learners.

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Bumble’s Jumble Toddler Puzzle App Review

Bumble’s Jumble is a cute, simple set of puzzles that serves as a great transition between shape puzzles and jigsaws. Small children will have lots of fun practicing the spatial reasoning and visual perception skills that building puzzles help develop.

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KIDiPLAY Match App Review

KIDiPLAY Match takes the well-loved classic matching game and provides interesting variations to add challenge and develop a wider range of thinking skills. The straightforward design is easy and enjoyable for children to use as they practice visual matching, audio matching, and making mental connections between common items.

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Kids at Home App Review

Kids at Home is truly a little gem. Our family loves this fresh, interactive take on a first words book. I hope there will be more apps like this produced to tackle different sets of common words.

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Speech With Milo: Prepositions

Speech With Milo: Prepositions is a versatile educational app that can be used not only for children with language delays and special needs, but also as a fun animated storybook to introduce small children to location concepts. It can even be used as an engaging, memorable app to teach early elementary children prepositions as a part of speech in grammar. Milo is simply adorable and no matter how you put this flexible tool to use, your children are certain to be won over by him.

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Magic Coloring

Magic Coloring gives your children nine free coloring pages (without ads!) with four different levels of difficulty to complete – how can you go wrong? My girls are eagerly awaiting the creation of new sets of coloring pages for this app so we can buy some more pages – they really love all the neat details this app includes.

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