February 27th in App Reviews, For Kids by .

Review : Toca Pet Doctor


It’s been a little while since Toca Boca has had a new digital toy out for the iPad….or at least it feels like it. Thankfully, either way, my kids can enjoy a new app from the award-winning team that seems to get kids better than any other app developer out there. The latest app is called Toca Pet Doctor, and it lets kids nurture and care for 15 injured pets by offering assistance in treating wounds, and giving them plenty of love. (more…)

January 11th in App Reviews, For Kids by .

Review : Jamaroos Musical ABC’s


There are many apps on the App Store that are designed to help young kids learn the alphabet, phonics, and reading fundamentals. However, I’m not sure any are as entertaining as Jamaroos Musical ABC’s. (more…)

December 19th in App Reviews, For Kids by .

Review : Ansel & Clair – American Bowl


American Bowl is a kids app from the creators of the great Ansel & Clair exploring apps. American Bowl is a bit different in that this app is more of a trivia game with bowling added in for a bit of fun, but it’s equally as educational and my kids found it interesting from the start. (more…)

November 19th in App Reviews, For Kids by .

Review : Strangebeard: The Pirate Princess


A little while ago my kids and I both grew somewhat tired of the iPad storybooks. We still enjoyed them, but nothing new really came along and grabbed us…something had been missing. Until Strangebeard: The Pirate Princess. (more…)

November 3rd in App Reviews, For Kids by .

Review : Toca Mini for iPad


It seems like every other month I’m sitting down to write a review about Toca Boca and their apps. One would think it would get boring, that their apps would start to falter, but…if you think that, you’d be wrong. Toca Boca have done it again with Toca Mini. They’ve taken an app for kids, made it fun and easy, given children tons of freedom, and kids love it. Again. (more…)

October 2nd in App Reviews, For Kids by .

Review : Word Search For Kids 2 for iPad


Sometimes there are apps that make life easier, and sometimes they don’t. One thing I’ve constantly struggled with is finding a good app for my kids that lets them do word searches easily. They love word searches, but remembering to bring the book of them is something we struggle with. So I thought we’d turn to the iPad a while back. There are a bunch of word search apps out there, but too many times they end up being much too complicated for my younger daughter of six years of age to use. Thankfully Word Search For Kids 2 breaks that pattern, and she is having a blast. (more…)

September 27th in App Reviews, For Kids by .

Toca Cars for iOS


One of the biggest names in app development for kids is Toca Boca. For the past 3 years this group of people have been churning out app after app for children, without a single clunker. Each of their apps presents kids with a canvas and a purpose, but don’t worry if that purpose isn’t adhered to, this is “no rules gaming”, for the digital age. My kids have loved Toca Boca, and our iPad is filled with their apps. Now they’re back, with Toca Cars, a universal app that holds true to the philosophy of the company. (more…)

August 10th in App Reviews, For Kids by .

Review : Reading Comprehension Camp for iPad


Just in time for Back to School is an app specifically designed to encourage language growth and development as well as reading comprehension. Geared towards students in K-7, there are multiple levels and 50 built-in stories that are perfect for a large variety of students and skill sets. Reading Comprehension Camp monitors progress and explores many of the Common Core State Standards in Reading Literature and Reading Foundational Skills as well as standards for Writing, Speaking and Listening, and Language. It’s an amazingly great tool for use in the home and in school. (more…)

July 31st in App Reviews, For Kids by .

Review : Mr. Edison for iPad


I’m always looking for apps that allow my kids to use the iPad for educational purposes and thankfully there are plenty of great apps that allow me to do just that. The latest app that has my younger daugher (age 6) using the iPad and learning a ton, is Mr. Edison. It’s designed to make learning fun and improve academic skills.

Mr. Edison is perfect for younger kids, aged 3-7, and includes seven great, yet simple to understand, games for learning; Spelling, Addition, Counting, Sentence Building, Sequences, Patterns, Mathematical Analysis, Alphabet Skills, and Discovery. (more…)

June 30th in App Reviews, For Kids by .

Review : Meet the Insects: Water & Grass Edition


The iPad is a entrainment device. It’s a consumption machine. It’s a creation tool. It’s also a highly educational medium, and apps like Meet the Insects are helping push this point home. Not all kids like bugs, many adults don’t either. However, with this series of apps users can experience and get an understanding of a variety of insects that would otherwise go unnoticed. (more…)

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