Bottom Line: Another amazing app from Marco Polo Learning, offering young children the opportunity to explore and change weather. It’s a great example of how kids can play and explore and still learn about weather and its changes. Play with nine different weather types, changing temperature, wind and sun levels, while interacting with cute animal characters.
Bottom Line: Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) apps are a dream come true for many special needs children who are non-verbal or have difficulty speaking. This technology turns a tablet into the voice and a means of communication for a person. Avaz Pro — AAC App for Autism offers a robust and highly customizable app that is easy to set up and use in daily life.
Have you ever heard of BabyFirst TV? It is a whole television network developed just for babies, toddlers and their parents. BabyFirst goes beyond the television and offers quality apps, including 20 that are FREE! More than just entertainment, these apps focus on teaching children numbers, music, alphabet and other early learning building blocks. We've put together this list in the past, but we're updating with the latest apps. So if you have a little one, give this list a gander and start downloading!
No matter where you go or what you do, numbers are everywhere. From telling time to balancing a checkbook to figuring out if you have enough money to buy a snack, it is hard to go a day without dealing with numbers. Other than the alphabet, one of the first academic concepts children are introduced to is numbers. Numbers can be intimidating for some, but these apps make learning numbers fun! From identifying to counting, here is our updated Top 10 List for Learning Numbers (plus a few bonus multi-skill apps)!