Save The Last Drop by Gregory Roumanis

Save The Last Drop bills itself as an educational and entertaining game. The key word is "and". The educational part of the app is only remotely connected to the game part. The educational part of the app consists of facts being presented over a static background. Since the facts are not read, for younger plays... Continue Reading →

Numerosity By ThoughtBox

Every app wants to be a rock star, Numerosity by ThoughtBox comes up close. It is amazing how an educational math app that is simple is also very entertaining. Basically the app (like many reviewed here) consist of answering math equations. The difference in this app is the pacing. The pacing is fast. The app... Continue Reading →

I Spy with Lola by BeiZ Ltd.

I have played I spy with my children on long road trips. I Spy with Lola is not exactly that game, but it is a lot of fun. Lola the panda travels from place to place around the world. By clicking on a place you enter a scene where you are prompted to find particular... Continue Reading →

Smash Your Food by Food N’ Me

Wouldn't it be fun to smash a donut? Would you allow your children to smash foods if it didn't involve a mess, didn't waste food, and provided educational facts about the foods we eat? Smash Your Food attempts to do just that. The game is fairly simple. You guess what the sugar, fat and salt... Continue Reading →

iTooch Elementary School by eduPad Inc.

iTooch Elementary School app is a typical question and answer study aid for elementary students with an interesting twist. The questions are very nicely written and presented. They are also clearly worded and easy to see. The questions are not all words and multiple choices. Some of the questions have pictures, graphs and other elements.... Continue Reading →

Monster Physics by Dan Russell-Pinson

Dan Russell-Pinson's apps are always a hit in our house. This one is no different. For my three children every single empty moment for the last few days has been filled either trying to solve the missions or making creations. There are two main activity in the game. All activities consists of using parts. In... Continue Reading →

Math vs. Aliens Roger Purcell

Math vs. Aliens is another math fact game. The game play is fairly simple. At the top of the screen you are presented with a math problem for a particular animal. You then have to tap as many of those animals to answer the math problem correctly. Parents that are looking for an app to... Continue Reading →

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