Purpose of App: Bert E. Bird the Third and the Book of Great Ideas is a digital storybook about a little bird who writes a book of all of his great ideas. It includes interactive games as well as text.
Strengths: All reviewers agree that the story premise and message were worthy of an app. The settings are a strength, including the ability to turn on and off music and sound effects independently.
Weaknesses: Our reviewers agree that the text of the story needs work. The rhyme and rhythm aren't quite right, and feel forced.
Suggested Audience: Made for ages six through eight, but it may be even better for preschoolers.
Number of Reviewers: Five
Developer: Gil Gur Arie
Each day is a new adventure for imagination and exploration. The My Town: Cars game gives you all you need to tell your story, from fixing and washing your car to buying and designing it. Once you have purchased your car, drive it over to the gas station. If you get a flat tire on the way or the car gets dirty, no worries! You can easily sort it out using one of the cool options at the gas station. This game is full of ways to pretend with cars.
Bottom Line: If your students are fluent with math facts and looking for another challenge, Math Kingdom for Kids might be a perfect fit! With 30 levels of speed-timed problem solving, develop faster skills with applying math facts. Start with 2-digit addition and work up to problems with mixed operations- for just $.99 with no ads. It does move very quickly, and there are some missing features that could move it up a star or two. Overall, it's a decent app for math facts and problem solving, and good for all ages!