Making New Year’s Resolutions is a popular activity for many around the world, and with that in mind, here is my Top Ten Resolutions list along with some apps that may help the resolutions be successful past January 2014. Some are focused on families, while others are specific for parents. Happy New Year!
As "the elf" your kiddo must throw snowballs, dodge incoming snowballs and watch out for the jolliest elf of all, Santa, all at the same time.
The best part of all is that it is FREE!
Tick-tock, tick-tock . . . you know what that is? That’s the sound of the holiday clock ticking away, getting closer and closer to zero-shopping hour. But if you have any iPad/iPhone users left on your list, you can stop your fretting right now. Speaking as a self-professed iPad fanatic, I can think of fewer gifts that would tickle me more than for somebody to gift me with an app!
If you’ve never gifted an app, don’t worry, I’ve prepared some handy-dandy instructions and put them right here.
Christmas Toddler... is a fun and interactive app that teaches very basic skills to your tiny tot with a fun holiday theme. 12 different mini-games are included to teach things like shapes, letters, colors, and numbers to name a few.
What's the best part of it all? It's totally FREE!
So. You've blown through the list of free Christmas apps, but you need more holiday fun? Well, here you go - twenty-one Christmas apps that are not so free, but are totally worth it. - Kelli