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Play and Learn with Wallace

Play and Learn with Wallace is a learning app series designed for preschool kids.  It combines educational games and interactive play to engage preschoolers in a fun learning environment. It is a shell app, holds all the apps coming into the series.  It is free to download, with sample questions from each individual app to play with.  There are currently 4 apps are available, each has 6 games.  The 4 apps are:

My first app: Kids learn simple words, numbers, patterns, and sizes.  The 6 games are: Counting Ducks, Animal Sounds, Odd One Out, On Safari, Match the Pairs and Color It.

Picture Puzzles: through play, kids will develop creative skills, visual sense, and spatial awareness. The six games in this app are: Follow the Lines, Matching Twins, Noisy Zoo, Shadow Shapes, Spot the Dot and Puzzle Pieces. Play and Learn with Wallace Free App

Counting Fun: focus on numbers. Kids learn to count different objects, from dots on cards to motorcycles on the street. The six games in this app: Animal Counting, Touch the Number, Counting Fruit, Toy Shelf, Matching Pairs and Counting Vehicles.

First spelling: The games in this app include: Letter Match, Guess the Sound, Matching First Sounds, Missing Letters, Odd Word Out and Spell the Word. While playing the games, kids answer questions like “touch the word that doesn’t start with A”, “move the letters to spell BAG”.  

The app is very easy to navigate, the interface is intuitive, so kids can follow without much help from adults. 

There are some nice features in this app.  There is a nice rewarding system, kids earn stars after each game.  Parents can create a profile for each child to keep track of their progress.  With the tracking system, parents or educators can easily identify strength and weakness of each child.  Once two or more apps are purchased, kids can use Super Shuffle.  It is the place kids can play games from all the apps that are purchased.  You have to have purchased at least 2 apps to activate this one.

Play and Learn with Wallace works on iPhone, iPod, and iPAD.  It is free to downlaod with plenty free sample questions from each app.  The full individual apps can be purchased via In-App Purchase.  Each app is $0.99.

If you would like to check it out or purchase it, please use the App Store link provided below. The cost is the same to you, but iGameMom gets a small percentage. Thanks for your support! Note: The link works for all countries.
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  • krystle

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  • Sindy Murray

    We use and like both of them!!

  • Dawn Hecke

    The best resources that I have found are books and the leap pad.

  • Jennifer P

    My favourite resource is usually

  • Stephanie Grant

    We use ABC Mouse and my son loves it and seems to be learning a lot!

  • Nancy

    I love a book of Mother Goose rhymes as a resource!

  • Lenora D

    My favorite resource is the internet in general.

  • Michelle Stice

    Totally looking for new learning apps my kids will love. My 5 year old loves PBS kids and anything from leapfrog !

  • Jodi D.

    We use the library…a lot! But, also love using the iPad with educational apps!

  • Savannah miller

    I use ABCmouse for my little guy he loves it 🙂

  • Nicole Lancaster

    My favorite Pre-School learning resources are Starfall and

  • kristy

    We find a lot of good preschool ideas on blogs and pinterest. She also has a mobi-go with some things we have downloaded that she enjoys.

  • barb Koslowski

    I like educational games that also look like fun.

  • Kat Emerick

    my grandson starts kindergarten next year and this would be awesome

  • Emilia

    Grandma is our best resource, she has so much patience and respect for reading, she gives the love of reading to my children

  • I like the first spelling app…great for preschool-kindergarten!

  • mell

    My son uses the library and my iPad as resources.

  • Nichole

    My son gets to use an iPad until 4th grade at his school. We love it! He is ahead of his age in most subjects. It is loaded with educational apps.

  • Heather Swarthout

    My daughter plays this cute learning app, I can’t remember the name but it helps her with her colors and matching things. She’s only two and she’s mastered all games including the puzzle game. It’s crazy!

  • Allyson Tice

    My favorite is the library and the internet! I especially like

  • Jackie

    My favorite resource is the library. So many books, dvds, music and puzzles.

  • Cathy Truman

    We us Pinterest and my best friend Aunt is a teacher and she gives us some
    great ideas .

  • Kasey L

    my library growing up taught me more than school did.

  • Georgia Beckman

    I really like the DisneyJr website. It keeps my preschool grandchildren occupied for a very reasonable amount of time. They are able to navigate easily & find games to play or pictures to print & color.

  • Michelle J.

    Board books from the library!

  • nichol tone

    We love the library and learning books

  • Sharon Schoepe

    Headstart is a great resource for us.

  • Emi

    I purchased a lot of stuff from Twin Sisters online store, great stuff for preschool


    My kids love the public library. They love getting out and getting to read all different kinds of books and getting to bring new ones home.

  • Emily

    The library is a great learning resource for us.

  • Krista W.

    My mom, who ran a daycare for 20+ years!

  • Ashley Morrow

    My favorite learning resource is the public library.

  • Bookstore, libraries, and of course, lots and lots of googling. 🙂


  • Naomie

    My kids love Starfall and Coolmath

  • natalie nichols

    We use the public library. There is really nice one here!

  • Linda W.

    We spend a lot of time at the library and use Starfall.

  • Tina

    My favorite resource for preschool was bringing my daughter to the public library. They had reading circles and craft days. I really like the summer program there. You can have lunch and an activity. It was a real boost to start school.

  • noelle cagle

    My favorite resource for preschool has actually been pinterest the last few years!

  • Cindy

    Leap frog.

  • Heather R

    We use the local library and another great resource is my daughter. She loves to sit down with my son and teach him or read him books. Too cute!

  • Adrianne B

    My favorite children’s learning resource is the Upper Arlington Public Library. They have great educational programs from birth to teen, fantastic technology resources, and of course, scads of books!

  • Iliana R

    My favorite resource is using the public library because they put on a lot of activities for children!

  • ellen casper

    We use our local library – has a fantastic selection and it’s free!

  • Jena

    My favorite resource is my friend Bridget! She has been teaching Preschool for ages and is a master!

  • Younis Hajeer

    My favorite resource is the public library
    They have so many great books !

  • Lorene desjardins

    Starfall is a great site to use

  • Evita

    We are big Starfall fans too!

  • Sara Floyd

    I love getting books from the library!

  • Natasha

    My favorite resource is definitely the public library – they have so many great books and finds!

  • I love the books from Usborne! I have to preface this by saying I am an Educational Consultant with them. BUT – I joined for the discount and then found out I could make a difference in other children’s lives, not just my own! With books like Jonathan James & the Whatif Monster and the newest Bob is a Unicorn, you can’t go wrong! These are 2 of my favorite books because they teach children to be afraid to dream BIG and be who they are! A ton of their books are internet linked! I have gotten board books for my toddler (from when he was an infant), chapter books for my 11 year old daughter and encyclopedia type books for research for my teen! We have a whole library now!! 🙂

  • Christian Alejandro

    Scholastic for me! I grew up excited for those book fairs!

  • June Lisle

    I think the parent is the best learning resource.

  • I love the Eric Carle books! They are great for little ones!

  • My favorite preschool learning resources are the library, and that has homeschool curriculum for all ages.

  • amber

    The library is the best resource, because my neice can grab any books she’s interested in, all for free

  • MaryAnn

    My favorite is pinterest. They have so many great ideas for kids activities.

  • Austin Baroudi

    Books and her VTech Innotab!

  • Christie

    1) Children’s books!
    2) Hands-on activities found online, whether through google, pinterest, or other social media.
    3) LeapFrog toys of all sorts, since they encourage the love of music and reading.

  • megan d.

    I like to use the library

  • James

    I always like a good teacher best. They provide something software and apps just can’t seem to. Mrs. Radcliffe comes to mind. She is a great teacher. Really interacts with the children and makes learning fun, which is important at that age.

  • miranda

    I like to use art books for learning

  • Marti B.

    I love and taking my kids to the library. The kids aren’t crazy about either, though!

  • Kathy H

    My favorite pre-school learning resource is the public library. Introducing children to books, story hour, music interaction classes and everything else that the library has to offer is an awesome place to start!

  • Janette

    I really love Khan Academy, from preschool to adult.

  • My favorite app is ABC Mouse.

  • Elizabeth Newsome

    Google searching! And friends with preschoolers!

  • Rachelle

    We love to use the library

  • kelly mcgrew

    using the local library is green and it helps out the community– lets them know that places like this should stay around

  • Starfall

  • betsy

    we love the library

  • Jennie

    We have a homeschool group and it is been very helpful.

  • Tiffiny

    I use Khan Academy for my kids

  • Jen

    We use school library site a lot

  • Elena

    I always do Google search

  • Annie

    I find good books from the book store children section.

  • Janet

    I check school library website a lot

  • Marci

    Our school teacher has a website lists out resources for home practices

  • Elizabeth W

    Scholastic has a lot learning ideas

  • Jackie

    We love starfall too.

  • Hmmmm…… favorite prek stuff, honestly lots and lots of books to read and we’ve loved the Leap Frog toys.

    Apps on my phone…… ABCs of God, my daughter has loved it for a couple of years now.

  • Susan Z

    I have a sister who has kids older than mine. I use her as resources most of the time.

  • Stevie

    Local library usually has great resources

  • Steve

    We usually just google search on things we need.

  • Misty Fuqua

    My favorite pre-school learning resource has to be Pinterest… Love that websit!!!

  • Jessie C.

    Scrips from Starfall are great.

  • Nicole bottum

    This app is awesome! I love Priddy Books. We use them with the kids a lot! The vibrant colors and wide range of pictures used really appeals to everyone. My kids love it!

  • Tracy

    One of my favorite websites is Confessions of a Homeschooler.
    She has tons of free downloads for ages 3-7! I also like the Wild Krates app for elementary math practice.

  • Aubrey M.

    I love to search Pinterest for free downloadable Preschool packs with my child’s favorite themes. Most recently, it’s been Batman and Phineas and Ferb helping him learn his preschool skills!

  • Mary

    Love Starfall too!

  • TM

    We’ve always really loved Starfall.

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