Bottom Line: A fun little alphabet learning app for kids ages 3-6. Features lots of
opportunities to practice recognizing and writing letters. Doesn’t break any
new ground, but does feature a yeti. Free lite version available.
In Build a Ship with Kate and Harry, children build their own ships in five steps and then play with and steer their ships when completed. There are lots of different ship parts to use so it allows for a great deal of creativity.
Bottom Line: A storybook app containing some great interactive features, good practice for learning to follow directions, and s-blends that can’t be beat for
speech therapy, but too many weak areas to recommend.
Bottom line: a sweet little app to help very early learners master numbers 1 through 10. Uses Montessori teaching methods and contains three levels of difficulty for ages 3-6. Free lite version available.
Bottom line: an amusing drawing/coloring program with
easy to use features for preschoolers. Broad appeal due to the presence of that cheeky monkey
and the Man with the Yellow Hat. Gets high marks for lack of ads, in-app purchases and social media links.