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Learn History and Culture of United Kingdom with Eric and Bruce post image

Eric and Bruce Travel to Britain is the first app in Eric and Bruce app series. It takes kids to the key cultural and historical highlights in Britain. Designed for kids age 5 and younger, it is a great cultural immersion app for young children. Eric is a young boy, and Bruce is his dog. Eric and Bruce travel the world, and the first stop is The Great Britain. Once kids enter the app with Eric and Bruce, the first… Read More

Free App: Learn about the Golden Gate Bridge with ABCmouse post image

We reviewed the first book app in ABCmouse Search and Explore series, The Grand Canyon. Today we are sharing another book app in the series: The Golden Gate Bridge.  Like The Grand Canyon, The Golden Gate Bridge app is also free. In this app, kids will follow the mice ABC and 123, learn the history and fun facts about the famous bridge. After finishing the books, kids will know why it is called Golden Gate Bridge, who designed the bridge… Read More

Free App: Geography App Helps Kids Learn World Geography Efficiently post image

Learn World Geography is a free geography app from Brainscape. It is a flashcard app, but the algorithm is designed by learning cognitive scientists leveraging the latest cognitive science techniques, so you can master the content faster. From the surface, it is just a flashcard. After using the app for a while, you will find that memorizing the geographic facts is not that hard, and in fact it is quite easy. According to Brainscape, their objective of the app design… Read More

Tiny Countries

Geography is hard for many kids, as it takes a lot memorizing work, which is boring. We have Top 10 Geography Apps for Kids to help them learn. Today we have another fun game app that will motivate kids to learn and memorize those geography facts. It is called Tiny Countries. Dr. Emil and his henchmen have an evil plan to move the continents and realign the world into a rooster shape. Tiny is enlisted by General McIntyre to catch… Read More

State Bingo and Crossword

Summer is a time many families will travel. This is a perfect time for kids to learn and practice their geography knowledge. Those boring city names will come to life for kids after they have actually experienced the various different locations. We shared some tips on how to turn travel time into learning experience a while ago. Today we are going to share the best geography apps we have found. These are fun apps kids will love to use. If you… Read More

State Bingo and Geography Crosswords

Is Geography a hard subject for your child? It was for me. That is why I am always excited when I find a good fun app helping kids learn the geographic facts. State Bingo and Geography Crossword is a fun geography game app about US geographic facts. Kids play bingo and crossword games with US geographic knowledge. Before you know it, your child will become the expert on US Geography.  There are two games in the app: State Bingo game… Read More

GeoBee Challenge App from National Geographic

Are you kids doing GeoBee? My child’s school just finished their GeoBee challenge for this year. It is a fun way for kids to learn geography. GeoBee Challenge App is a great tool to help kids prepare for the challenge. If your child has not done GeoBee, it is like the Spelling Bee, but it is all about geographic information. Each year thousands of students in grades 4 through 8 in the United States participate in the National Geographic Bee… Read More

Barefoot World Atlas

I have been always looking for a good world atlas app to help my son learn about the world, a map not just includes geography information, but also about world culture. I have heard so much about Barefoot World Atlas, and finally got a chance to check it out. I was really impressed and love how the app is made, so was my son. The app is based off the print book of the same title. The print book is… Read More

Earth 101 for iPAD

Earth 101 for iPAD is a beautiful 3D model of the entire earth, with tons of geographic features and landmark information. Upon opening the app, kids will see the globe. Spinning the globe, kids can visit different areas on the earth. Tapping on any place brings up information of the area or the feature, such as the Atlantic Ocean, the London Eye. The information available depends on the zoom level.  When you zoom in, you can see more features and… Read More

There is a Map on My Lap – DrSeuss Cat in the Hat

When I received There’s a Map on My Lap to review, I was excited. My 6 year old enjoys Dr. Seuss, and we read many of the stories from Cat in the Hat Learning Library when she was younger. In fact, There’s a Map on My Lap was one of our favorites in the series, and we have the print book in our home library. Just like the original book, this app version of the title brings both simple and complex… Read More

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