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Connect to Public Libraries with OverDrive post image

We have been using OverDrive for a while. I really like it. It saves trips to the library and brings the library books to your mobile devices and computers. You can borrow digital books to read or audio books to listen. You can even borrow videos to watch. It is a free app works on almost all devices: Apple, Android, Windows devices, PC and Mac computers. I have mostly used the app on my iPad and iPhone. But you should… Read More

Playmation Studios released English Stagecraft for the iPhone and iPad. English Stagecraft allows players to immerse in the English language via sandbox style language puzzles. Great for learning English as a second language or for teaching native speakers how to read. English Stagecraft is designed for beginning learners and covers 200+ vocabulary words. Get one set of puzzles free and download the rest for $3.99. For more information, go to the app on App Store. Posted By: Jen Helms Note… Read More

Best Learning Tools for Kids – Science News for Kids post image

Keeping up with the newest trend in science has many benefits for kids that go beyond knowing what is going on in science fields. Reading science news will enrich kids' science vocabulary, encourage scientific thinking, stimulate creativity, and promote imagination and invention. I still remember reading science magazines my parents had when I was in school. As those were magazines for adults, I did not quite understand everything, but still, I liked those articles. Today's kids are lucky, they have… Read More

Chain Link is an easy to play but deceptively challenging word puzzle game. Each Chain Link puzzle consists of five sets of three words. The middle word of each set is missing, and when discovered, it combines with the words on the left and right to turn them into everyday compound words and phrases. An example Chain Link would be: BED - ? - SPRAY For more information, go to app on App Store. Posted By: Chain Link Note: App… Read More

Improve Reading with Sports Reading Comprehension App post image

If you have a child who likes sports, this is a great reading comprehension app for him/her to use. It is designed for kids in middle to upper elementary school (age 9 to 11). All articles in the app are about sports, and are specially written for this app. It is currently free for limited time. When you first start the app, you can go the Settings to choose a password for yourself, and then add students. You don't need… Read More

McNeill Designs, developer of the multi award–winning card game You’ve been Sentenced! has recently partnered with Island Officials and turned the hit game into a free app for mobile devices. The app is available for both Android and Apple smartphones and tablets. For more information, go to http://McNeillDesigns.com Posted By: McNeill Designs 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… Read More

Life Lessons from Little House on the Prairie post image

I love historical movies and TV shows. I was excited when I got an opportunity of free set of DVDs to review Little House on the Prairie. If you are in the US, you probably already know the book series and the TV show. If you are not from the US, the Little House is a book series by Laura Ingalls Wilder, about American frontiers' life in the late 19th century. It depicts the life of the Ingalls family, the… Read More

Fun games to learn Numbers, Letters, Shapes, Music and more. Each princess represents a Learning Game. Children learn best when they play, plus they love technology. For more information, go to app on Google Play. Posted By: ITSimples Games 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

6 YouTube Videos About Life Cycle of a Flower post image

It is time for Mom's Library. To supplement our flower science activities for kids, today we share YouTube videos about life cycle of a flower. Since it usually takes longer to observe the plant life cycle, for preschool children, you can start with the life cycle of a flower, which includes: buds open, flowers bloom, pollination, seeds are made, flowers die, seeds fall, and finally new plants form and new flower buds form. Before you start planting your own flowers… Read More

Do you have a good color perception? Do you want to find it out? Challenge your colors perception abilities with this puzzle game, designed with clean and minimalistic graphics. Your aim is to reorder the colors to form a uniform color pattern. For more information, go to the app on App Store. Posted By: Alberto Malagoli 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

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