Bottom Line: Busy Shapes encourages children to match shapes with corresponding holes while using problem solving skills to overcome obstacles that are thrown at them along the way. Designed for preschool kids, it's a nice, well-executed app, though it was a little disappointing how quickly we got to the final level and weren’t presented with any new challenges.
Bottom Line: Bogga Vacation takes toddlers and preschoolers on an island vacation where they can pack their bags, board a plane and then enjoy time making fruity umbrella drinks, hunting for hidden treasures or building sandcastles. The app is very well-suited for the youngest users, but needs a bit more freedom of choice to hold the attention of older kids who might get bored after a single play-through. **FREE lite version available.**
Rather than candy and flowers this year, I think I would rather get apps for Valentine’s Day. What about y'all? I’ve put together a list of ten good apps about love or hearts or valentines, just to get you started with ideas. I tried to stick to free (or at least cheap), but I did slide in a couple that cost a few bucks (because who could pass up My Little Pony?
(Find some great apps in today's Featured Free and Discounted Post, too!)
Cyberchase has been a popular TV show on the beloved PBS Kids since I was young (and I'm not telling you how long that's been). I clearly remember getting off the school bus in the afternoon just in time to tune in.
Today's Good Free App of the Day, Cyberchase Shape Quest, is brand new from developer PBS Kids, completely FREE, and offers different levels of shape knowledge and fun. Go ahead, get to downloading!