Bottom Line: Poppy Cat Goes to the Market is a new app from Cosmic Forces based on the popular Poppy Cat books and television series. Head to the market with Poppy Cat and her friends to buy food for their picnic. Practice matching, sorting, and learn a little bit of Spanish to boot. This app is geared towards preschool-aged children.
Bottom Line: An app with a seemingly endless amount of content for your preschooler. Ebooks, songs, videos, puzzles and games will keep little ones occupied and learning for hours. Some content is free; the rest can be unlocked for an in-app purchase of $2.99. Try before you buy — some of the activities are a little advanced for toddlers and preschoolers.
Bottom Line: Princess Lila — Children's Spelling & Counting Games gives your preschooler learning and adventure wrapped up in a fairy tale. With a dozen activities and even more treasures to find, there is plenty of activity to keep your little one occupied and engaged. This first app from developer Octomini is a happy surprise.
There is something about raccoons that I just love. I can’t explain it. The cute little cartoon raccoon and other forest creatures are just one of the many things that drew me to TinyHands' Raccoon Treehouse app. Cute, high quality graphics only go so far. Luckily this app has lots more to offer! With 12 educational activities focusing on sorting, matching, patterns, colors and more, children will have fun while learning many key skills.