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Explore nature and wild life with WilderQuest post image

Not many of us will be able to actually go to the rainforest to explore the wild animals, so this app, WilderQuest is a wonderful tool for kids to experience the nature and learn about wild life. It makes you feel you are really there, letting you explore on your own. It is a free app from NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service from Australia. If you don't have a mobile device, you can play with it on the website… Read More

Viva Diamonds is a new educational genre, Action with Word Games. Think of it a bit like HANGMAN MEETS ANGRY BIRDS. It combines spacial skills with trivia word skills. The game works on our working memory capacity. For more information, go to app on App Store. Posted By: OneCode Note: App news submitted by app developers are not reviewed by iGameMom. We only verify the links before publishing the news. Like to receive future articles for FREE? Sign Up Below… Read More

Have Fun on Road Trips with Sago Mini post image

We introduced an app helping kids learn about airplane trips, today we share an app about car road trips: Sago Mini Road Trip. It is designed for toddlers and preschoolers. Like all Sago Mini apps, it is a free play app, with no time limits, no levels. Via playing with the app, kids will get the ideas on what are involved in a road trip by car. When kids open the app, they will see 3 options. Each option is… Read More

Team recreo presents "Learning with Mr. Bear and Ms. Onion - Bear's Pair" Children get in exciting duels against Mr. Bear, Ms. Onion or a human opponent and learn math, spelling, reading the clock or solve logic puzzles. Accompanied with funny sound effects of Mr. Bear and Ms. Onion, a whole world comes to life before their eyes. For more information, go to http://www.bear-and-onion.com/ Posted By: Learning with Mr. Bear and Ms. Onion - Bear's Pair Note: App news submitted… Read More

Create Presentations and Video Stories with Shadow Puppet post image

Every time when we travel I like to ask my son to keep photos and to make a travel journal by the end. While doing this, he practiced his presenting and storytelling skills. In the meantime, we have a keepsake for us to review and remember what we've done for each vacation. It's been fun for us. I introduced some best storytelling learning tools for kids, and today I have one more to share -- Shadow Puppet. Shadow Puppet is… Read More

Bert Saves the Earth is an app that will educate your child on simple actions to protect the planet and reduce utility bills while endlessly entertain your child with adorable animals, great illustrations and narration. All around the earth animals are having problems. For more information, go to app on App Store Posted By: camila echavarria Note: App news submitted by app developers are not reviewed by iGameMom. We only verify the links before publishing the news. Like to receive… Read More

Math Activities for Family Vacation and Holiday Travels post image

Travel experience is good for kids. They get opportunities to learn things they would otherwise not being able to. We have a post about how to turn travel experience into a learning experience. Today we share some ideas on math activities for kids during family vacation and holiday travels. There are many ways kids can learn and practice math during travel. 1. Calculate Gas Mileage: If you are driving, you can fill up your gas tank before you go, then… Read More

Fun Challenging Brain Games for Kids post image

While school coming to the end for the year, I start looking for fun games for the child - fun yet mentally challenging brain games. I just find out the free app of the week on Apple Store is a fun one -- Quetzalcoatl fits my criteria of challenging brain games for kids. I have seen similar game concepts before, but the overall design of the game play is much more smooth in Quetzalcoat. It require visual identification of shapes… Read More

Family Friendly Movies Teaching Kids Family Values post image

What are your family values? How do you teach family values to your kids? There are so many aspects in family values: social, political, religious, cultural, work, moral, … I have traveled and lived in several countries and have friends from different cultural backgrounds. I see families from different cultural backgrounds have different family values. Additionally, with the social cultural change over time, family values change too. Years ago, we don’t see many single parent families or families of same… Read More

Save and Enjoy Kids Art Clutter-Free with ArtKive App post image

Every year kids bring home a lot art works from school. We had a closet just to store child's art. Yet quickly we ran out of space. A couple years ago I found this app called ArtKive, and was so glad that I can just keep all the art works digitally to save all the space. Plus I can pick some of the art to make them into art books, for keepsake or for gifts. ArtKive is an app that… Read More

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