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Oink Oink My Crazy Farm App

Playing games, especially well designed games can benefit children in many ways. When I look for games for my child, I look for challenges and fun. Oink Oink – My Crazy Farm is just an app like that. It is easy to understand how to play the game, it is fun to chase the animal around, and it is challenging to find solutions to win the game. The game play is simple: the animals on the farm are running loose… Read More


Today I have another math practice website for kids – 10 Monkeys. It also operates well on iPad and iPhone. It covers math from preschool to elementary school on number recognition, counting, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. There are also practices on money and word problems. Geometry problems will be added in the near future. Once kids get on the 10 Monkeys website, they first choose the number range they want to practice on: under 10, under 20, under 100, or under… Read More

Toca Mini

Do you kids like to play Mr. Potato head? it is a fun creative open play toy. We had a couple different versions of Mr. Potato heads at home. My son loved to put various parts in all different positions and we have so many funny pictures of his creation. It is a fun playing process for kids to learn about body parts and some other concepts, like symmetry. Today we are sharing an app that is similar to Mr… Read More

Just 2 Fun

Just 2 Fun is a word puzzle game for kids designed by David L. Hoyt, who is known for his Jumble puzzles on more than 600 newspapers.  It is a fun game that kids can play for long time. It twists your mind, challenges you think out of box, all in a fun way. The game play is simple – kids see two pictures for each puzzle, each picture gives a hint on a word, and the two words from… Read More


Do your kids like to help in the kitchen? Do they like baking?  BakingFun is a very interesting app they will love to play.  Although it is called BakingFun, the app starts the baking process from the very beginning – planting the wheat seeds.  With a series of mini-games, it shows what it takes to have a loaf of bread on the dinner table: planting the seeds, watering the plants, harvesting the crop, milling the flour, making the dough, baking… Read More