≡ Menu
≡ Categories
Demystify Shadows with Fun Puzzle Games post image

Is your child afraid of dark? Do they see monsters in the dark? The visuals in the dark is very different from that in day light, and one big component of it is the shadows. DisMonstes is a fun puzzle game of shadow, showing kids where shadows are from, and how they can become so big and in weird shapes. Hopefully when kids really know what the shadows are, they can eventually turn this shadow play into a special platform… Read More

A Charlie Brown Christmas book app

We love to read Christmas stories, they help to bring the holiday spirit and it is great bonding time. Nothing makes me feel better than snuggling together with the family to read a holiday story together. Compared to years ago, now you can find many Christmas stories on your iPad or other mobile devices, book apps, Kindle books, or iBooks. We are listing here some of the best Christmas stories for kids you can find on your iPad. The nice… Read More

Fun Santa Claus Game for Young Children post image

My Santa Claus Game is a fun game app for kids. There are 10 mini games in the app. Most are fun and easy to play, that a preschool kid can enjoy. The 10 games are arranged around Santa’s life and job: from waking up, to having breakfast, to fixing toy factory, and delivering toys. All games address skills preschool and kindergarten kids are expected to master, such as color and shape matching, fine motor skills of leading objects through… Read More

Feelings Emotions Learning Tools

Emotion expression is hard! It is hard even for adults, not to mention for kids. However, understanding others’ and ourselves’ emotions and expressing the feelings to others are important skills in building self-confidence and relationship with others. Today we share learning tools for kids on feeling and emotional expressions. However, to be able to express the feelings, one has to be able to recognize the feelings and emotions first. You will find most of the learning tools here are focused on two aspects… Read More

App Went Free: Fun Game for Visual Pattern Recognition post image

Link That Gugl is a fun app for any one, no matter how old you are. There are similar games on the App Store, but I like this one for the fun characters of the Gugls. Kids will gain visual pattern recognition and fine motor skills while playing. It is also a game for the family to play together. Gugls are the cute and round little guys in different colors and hues. With two big eyes, baby'ish voices, and bouncy… Read More

Free App: The Foos Teaches Preschoolers Coding post image

This week is Computer Science Education week. To correspond to the campaign Hour of Code, we are sharing a fun coding app designed for preschool kids, and it is Free.  The app is called The Foos: Code for an Hour. The app introduces programming concepts through exciting puzzle adventures. It is for kids or adults who know nothing about coding or programming. So get started, download the app, put in your hour of code this week! There are 24 levels… Read More

Christmas Movies for Kids on Netflix post image

While the holidays are closer, I start looking for Christmas movies for kids that we can watch at family nights. My first go to place is Netflix. Here are some Christmas movies for kids that are available on Netflix now. Hope they will bring holiday joys to your family. All movies are linked to Amazon for two reasons. One there are more reviews on Amazon for your to decide if it is a good movie for your family. Two I… Read More

Gain Better Number Sense with Quick Math Jr post image

Developing a good number sense in the early years has a direct impact on a child's future math achievement. There are many ways to help preschool kids gain number sense. Today we have a great app for it: Quick Math Jr. It is designed for kids in preschool to first grade. Kids gain number sense via fun interactive games. There are many aspects in relate to number sense: what the numbers mean; how numbers relate to each other; how numbers… Read More

Best Learning Tools for Kids – Critical Thinking Skills and Problem Solving Skills post image

Critical thinking and problem solving skills are very important for a child's academic and future career, or even life success. How do you teach a child critical thinking skills? How do kids get better at it? There are many elements in critical thinking, assesse, analyze, compare, question, create, ... I find the best way to help kids improve the critical thinking skills is to present age appropriate challenging problems and encourage them to solve the problems in their own ways. Today… Read More

Learn about Forest Animals with the App Who Lives in a Tree post image

Who Lives In A Tree is an app about forest animals living on trees. Kids learn many fun facts about the animals. With the simple interface and safe settings, it is a fun app for even young children to use on their own. It is available on both Apple and Android devices. It is a very simple app. When kids start the app, they will see a tree. Scroll the screen up and down, kids will see animals on the… Read More

Like to have future articles delivered to your inbox for free?

Sign Up below!