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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Stack N’ Puzzles App Review

Stack N’ Puzzles is not only hugely fun with its interactive completed vehicle puzzles and reconstructed town puzzle, but also provides support for first-words style early language development with the English language option turned on. The repeat play value of this app has brought my little ones back to this app again and again.

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Speech With Milo: Adjectives App Review

Speech With Milo: Adjectives includes even more words (55 in total) to experience through the high-energy animated demonstrations of Milo and his friends. Whether Milo is put into action providing visual grammar demonstrations, fostering language development with special needs children, or as an animated storybook, I’m confident that Milo will be a hit at your house too.

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Oolly App – App Review

Oolly’s winning combination of pre-writing motor skill practice, sorting and categorization thinking skills are presented in an adorable, engaging educational game. I’ve never seen such a fun way of developing and strengthening the pincer grip – Oolly both encourages the correct grip and keeps children coming back for more! Irresistibly fun.

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TJ’s Picture Dictionary App Review

TJ’s Picture Dictionary is a bright, easy-to-use picture dictionary with lots of audio content to keep pre-readers engaged and exploring first words and accessible, context-rich definitions. This app makes an interesting bridge between short first words books and the longer, traditional print children’s dictionaries.

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