Straight from the App Store – here are February’s “Best New Kids Apps”. The App Store isn’t always right in its recommendations, but it’s always a good place to start when looking for a new app. Some apps may be rated age 9+. Enjoy! Fun & Game Apps for Kids Read our review. Book Apps […]
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As apps get better and better, it gets more difficult to pick our favorites each year. This year we scoured our archives to find out which were the most popular reviews. The reviews of these kids apps received more readers than all other apps in our 1000+ database. It is especially interesting to note that […]
My 5th Grader is teaching 3rd Graders at his school the app, Kodable. Why? Because this week is Hour of Code. Hour of Code is a nationwide initiative to introduce computer programming to 10 million students. Bottom-line, it’s supposed to demystify – and make fun- coding and programming. These apps are succeeding in doing just […]
Do your kids like to color? If so, they’ll love this adorable (and free) Christmas penguin coloring page and card. The free printable card is an easy and cute ways to give a personalized card to teachers, friends and family. The free printable coloring page is a festive way to decorate for the holiday season. […]
It’s Thanksgiving time and that means it’s time for our annual round up of Thanksgiving apps for kids. Like previous years, Charlie Brown and Berenstain Bears are favorites. This year we’re adding another pick, The Story of Gobble. If you have a favorite app, that we haven’t featured, leave a comment and we’ll check it out! […]
Big companies can be the worst offenders with exploitative in app purchases. Disney did it right, but it was just a classic “bait and switch”.