Is there a little one around who likes to keep his or her fingers moving through apps? Math in Action keeps those little fingers active, as it teaches sorting, addition, subtraction, and transformation using shapes.
If those fingers need a little break, a child can enter the music room to play tunes using the different instruments earned through game play.
There is a variety of learning to choose from in this app. Where will those little ones and their active fingers choose to jump into action first?
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Categorizing involves more than just sorting into groups. It's also a fundamental life skill for problem solving. A strong ability to categorize helps children face the challenges thrown at them by life, helping them become better equipped to solve problems by knowing where to get answers, who to ask for help and what tools they might need.
These Ten apps help teach the basics of categories! Read on to learn our top favorites for teaching even the youngest iPad users.
A simple but fun set of 5 games by the makers of the Dr Panda series who have 2 apps in Our Top Picks list.
Your child works on their fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, planning, sorting and counting while doing activities like driving a car, putting out fires and going through a maze.
In the car activity, your child will even learn to avoid crazy drivers who pull out in front of them! (No road rage involved)