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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Kung Fu Math App Review

Kung Fu Math brings the intense, high-energy slicing and dicing of action-based games to addition, subtraction, and multiplication. Though the app needs some work on the addition and subtraction difficulty levels, the multiplication tables is extremely flexible and can be a valuable tool for drill and reinforcement.

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Love to Read by Pirate Trio App Review

Love to Read by Pirate Trio incorporates some valuable early literacy features that aren’t normally found in word puzzle and early spelling apps. If the phonics were improved this would be a unique spelling and reading offering worth checking out.

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Aloe ABC

Aloe ABC is unlike other tracing apps in that it offers a series of progressively challenging levels that are designed to really help children master letter formation. After mastering all four levels children should be able to recreate the letters from visual and muscle memory on paper, without having a letter to trace or look at.

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A Life Cycle App

A Life Cycles App is a good, solid, information-based app that covers science cycle topics typically taught from elementary all the way to high school. It may not be flashy, but its easy to pull out for direct teaching and visual reinforcement of life cycle concepts.

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Oh Say Can You Say?

Oceanhouse Media has released another book-app from Dr. Seuss’ classic children’s writings. Oh Say Can you Say? a book of tongue twisters incorporating Seuss’ trademark zany illustrations and love for rhyme and alliteration brings together twenty-or-so tongue twisting vignettes in the interactive digital storybook format that Oceanhouse Media is becoming so well known for.

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