Articles in the K12 Category
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Interactive Alphabet from Pi’ikea was awarded as Best Kids’ iPad app of the year from iLounge, as part of their annual Readers’ and Editors’ Choice Awards.
Among many learn-the-alphabet-and-pretend-to-have-fun apps, Interactive Alphabet is actually funny to use for toddlers, pre-schoolers and parents thanks to massive interactivity and lots of graphic and sound effects.
The app is universal and runs on iPhone and iPod touch too, for US$ 2.99 or € 2.39.
When every letter is an authentic toy, every touch is lots of fun.
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Try to guess why a company should call itself Punflay… exactly, well done!
Educational iPad apps and games from Punflay are on sale until Thursday, September 16th.
MyNumbers is US$ 0.99 instead of 1.99: the app has the look and feel of a simple toy that helps kids learn to count from 1 to 10 [yesterday night had beer party and badly needed app for myself—Ed.].
Same discount as above for Mathomatix Number Sense/HD: five activities to teach simple counting, addition, and subtraction to kindergartners. The app has been redesigned using feedback from …