Periodic Game by Rene Basurto Quijada

Periodic Game by Rene Basurto Quijada is the first chemistry app we have reviewed. The game consists of placing the elements into the correct place on the periodic table. Each round is a type of element or subgroup of elements. In the easier levels you can take your time to place the elements on the... Continue Reading →

Duh! Brazil by duhbooks

I always find it amazing the quality of e-books available at very affordable prices. Duh! Brazil by duhbooks is no exception. Pages filled with great information about Brazil. About its geography, people, fauna, history, and so much more. I loved the illustrations, the photos, and the interactive elements. As far as dislike. In our house... Continue Reading →

Mega LopArt by LopLop inc.

Mega LopArt by LopLap is a drawing tool where all the objects you draw can be animated. For example you can change the object by shrinking and growing, spinning, squeezing and expanding and/or fading and unfading. The app has the usual tools that you expect from a drawing tool. An easy to use color palate,... Continue Reading →

Quick Math+ by Shiny Things

I know Quick Math+ by Shiny Things is supposed to be a math drill app, and as such it is great. Select the particular drill, watch the short introduction and then run through the math drill. All the drills are timed, the app keeps a record of your past runs, the app supports multiple students,... Continue Reading →

World Zoo Uncaged by Valarmabash!

World Zoo Uncaged by Valarmabash is an incredibly unique app. As the title suggests, it is a world zoo. A couple dozen animals are available to be selected. Once selected you can hear the names of the animal in 50+ languages as spoken in a particular country or region (it might be more than 100... Continue Reading →

Toca Hair Salon 2 by Toca Boca

After our summer hiatus, what would be better than to start with a review of a Toca Boca app. Toca Hair Salon is yet again a beautifully executed app that will delight children young and old. In this app you are a head dresser. In a usual Toca Boca fashion the game play is completely... Continue Reading →

Fibble HD by Crytek

We have reviewed plenty in the past, but sometimes I question the educational value of some puzzle apps. I can understand the need to teach children reflexes and spacial problem solving, but how many of these apps do you need clogging up your phone or tablet. In Fibble HD by Crytek Gmbh you fling the... Continue Reading →

Kids’ Vocab by MindSnacks

Kids' Vocab by MindSnacks is a vocabulary builder educational apps. It does this by using varied and multiple games that re-enforce the meaning, usage and spelling of the words. There is a lot here to like. The animations, illustrations, music and sound effects are all extremely well done. The games are challenging and fun. Many... Continue Reading →

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