Astro Nora by Julie Ward

I have to be honest; I know my addition. The game play although initially appears to be repetitive somehow is addicting. I am a middle age man. What am I doing playing a game intended for children from age 4 to 7? That is exactly what happened when I picked up Astro Nora by Julie Ward.... Continue Reading →

Wee Puzzles by Wee Taps

Wee Puzzles by Wee Taps is a puzzle app. The app has over 50 puzzles in about 8 categories. At least for me it is the first time that I have played a puzzle game where not all the spaces and pieces are visible at the beginning of play. Every time you cover a piece another... Continue Reading →

My Town: Home by My Town Games

My Town: Home by My Town Games allows children to explore the inside of a house. The virtual house is filled with intractable items. Almost everything that you can see can be played with. From blocks, to a ball, to a slinky. You can open and close doors to not only cupboards and closets but also to the... Continue Reading →

Ronnie Robot by Silver Bay Labs

Ronnie Robot by Silver Bay Labs is a wonderful app. An open playground for smaller kids to explore and interactive with. The main character is an ant robot that you can drag around to ride vehicles, enter buildings, stop fires, and other activities. The app also has a plethora of vehicles that can be used... Continue Reading →

Moon Tunes by Wee Taps

Moon Tunes by Wee Taps is a music player for smaller children. The app consists of at least two scenes (or music players). Each music player has a tray of music items that can be dragged onto the scene to play that particular song. It comes with a few songs and as a parent you... Continue Reading →

Sago Mini Monsters by Sago Sago

We loved the last app from Sago Sago that we reviewed. Today we are reviewing Sago Mini Monsters. This time your kids get the change to create their own monsters. You start by coloring in a shape that comes up from the swamp. Plenty of eyes, horns and colors to choose from. Once your monster... Continue Reading →

nester by Mindquake

nester by Mindquake is an Android kids' launcher. I remember a few year ago, when I was looking for a kids' launcher, it seemed that I had very few choices. I downloaded a few and most didn't work. Oh how things have changed in a few year. The Play store is littered with kids' launchers.... 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 →

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