Bottom Line: This dollhouse genre app is filled with quirky characters (including a burping dog) and four stories of fun interactions to discover from the backyard pool to the rooftop BBQ deck for a reasonable price.
Bottom Line: This rhyming story is simple with few bells and whistles for toddlers and parents that want to experience a simpler technology experience, but the price might be a bit more than some parents are willing to spend on an app with so few features.
Bottom Line: This app is super-cute with a tail-wagging puppy named Reggy that young children can interact and play with to reveal his many emotions and how a child's actions can influence them. This app has lots to discover for one room of play and kids will keep busy while falling in love with little Reggy.
Bottom Line: Magic Store Math by developer Gebo Kano combines addition and subtraction with the fun of “playing store,” allowing little store clerks to practice their math skills while waiting on customers and making change. Makes math fun even for reluctant students.
For some, school has already started, for others, it will very soon. Teachers, and parents who homeschool, are busy getting everything ready to teach effectively, while keeping kids interested. Anything that can help, even a little bit, is welcomed, as I learned from my mother who taught for decades.
That is why I love this free printable bundle from Educents! it has a ton to offer at multiple grade levels. The graphics are bright and crisp, and there is quite a bit of content, spanning from Pre-k to 4th grade. You can also choose what to download, or download the entire bundle in PDF form for free. All you need to do after that is hit print.