Bottom Line: Table It! is an amazing app like none I’ve ever seen. Along with 34 editable sample tables, the user can make an unlimited number of tables to organize any information desired. Make a table schedule, organize information from history class, make a data set in math, create a table for personal information or even their special interests. It’s unlimited in ability to create, and is my favorite new app on the market in a long time.
Bottom line: Tame Your Thought Monster is designed to help give kids (or even adults) the tools to learn to deal with fears or concerns by using positive self-talk. It could also be used as a tool to help encourage better behavior and social skills. This app includes opportunities for coloring and drawing to help a child express themselves, along with several options for kids to answer questions and fill in blanks to explore their thoughts.
I love stories that encourage creativity in kids, and even the premise of Balloon Kingdom is creative--what happens to balloons when they float away? This fun app story features Casper, a creative nine year old boy with a knack for creative play. He makes shoes into car ramps and a drum set from pots and pans. Casper thinks anything is possible when he gets a balloon, and the story shows just how imaginative kids can be. Explore a fluffy land of white clouds and balloons with Casper while enjoying fun interactive elements in Balloon Kingdom.