Bottom Line: Cursive writing isn't always taught in school anymore so parents who are looking for something to help teach this once staple in writing will have a good find in this app. It's made for kids three to seven to learn with attractive demonstrations and practice writing and can keep track of up to three kids as they master upper-case, lower-case and numbers from a choice of two popular writing styles.
Bottom line: iBiome – Wetlands is a great way to introduce your child to the science of the wetlands, teaching them why the wetlands are important and how we can protect the ones we have and restore the ones that have been destroyed. You might just discover a budding environmentalist in your midst.
iBiome – Wetlands is currently being featured in the AppStore. For a limited time, you can also save 25%.
Bottom Line: Grandma has always been a favorite of mine, and this new app is my all-time favorite. It teaches kids note names, placements, instrument sounds and patterns. Grandma still dances, and Grandpa makes appearances playing instruments, too. A great app for learning and appreciating music, designed for kids from 6-12 but great for preschoolers, too, with a few settings accommodations.