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FREE App: Winnie the Pooh Wonder and Wander

Winnie the Pooh Wonder and Wander

Winnie the Pooh Wonder and Wander is from Disney. It is just launched today. It is FREE now, I am not sure how long it will be free.

It is a collection of small games for young kids and toddlers.  It works on iPhone, iPod and iPAD.

Introduction from App store:

Enter the fantastical world of the Hundred Acre Wood where Moms, Dads and their Little Ones can interact with Winnie the Pooh and his friends – creating happy fun and sharing whimsical discoveries. Wander through Winnie the Pooh’s world – that is full of bright colors, sounds and smackerels of action-reaction elements. Tap on everything and watch it come to life! Rustle through the trees and watch the leaves fall. Move the Sun up and down and watch the sky change from Day to Night. Travel through different parts of the Hundred Acre Wood and encourage Winniethe Pooh Wonder and Wanderyour child to learn about music with the help of Owl and his friends. Help your child create a masterpiece in the color and paint section. Children will enjoy their own adventures as they rediscover the surprises of the Hundred Acre Wood everyday with Winnie the Pooh. Activities include:

* Interactive puzzles
* Musical activities
* Matching memory game
* Coloring pages

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Winnie the Pooh Wonder and Wander - Disney

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  • Bryce

    I’m not that much of a online reader to be honest but your blogs really nice, keep it up! I’ll go ahead and bookmark your site to come back later on. Many thanks.

  • My grandson loves Winnie the Pooh. Thanks for posting and thanks for visiting my blog. BTW, I noticed the Manga Bible on your blog. I have another grandson who is really into manga comics, and I think something like that might interest him in reading the Bible. In fact, I bought him a manga edition about Jesus and one about St. Paul. Blessings to you and your family.

  • Great site. We have just looked up the Winnie the Pooh app to have a look at. Thanks for putting these freebies on your blog. The girls love all the interactive stories and games. I recently won an app for “The Very Itchy Bear” by Nick Bland. Still have to go online and get it. Am sure the girls will love that one too. Thanks for visiting my blog too.

  • You have a great and very informative blog! I have twin nephews who are 3-years-old, and a niece who is 8. Your tips will definitely come in handy! I’m bookmarking your page now. Thanks!

    • Thanks for the encouraging note. Hope you find some apps the kids will like.

  • This sounded like a great idea till I saw the graphics. I am disappointed that Disney didn’t use their cartoon versions of the characters. You can recognize Tigger, but the rabbits don’t look like Rabbit. Nor did Owl. I couldn’t see the others, would have loved to see Winnie.

    Since it’s free, I guess I’ll try it out. If it’s not better than it looks, I can always delete it.

    I don’t know if you get to track our individual buying history, but I go for the freebies. Sorry! 🙁 I’m a cheapskate, but I really appreciate you posting on them. I use your site and hope even if you don’t get any money, you at least register some activity that might benefit you in some way. Maybe some day I’ll find an inexpensive app I’ll spring for! 🙂 Anyway, be encouraged that we’re reading you!

    • Thank you for the feedback. Nothing wrong about going for freebies. Leaving a comment is a great way to support iGameMom! This can help the website get better index in google, so others can find the site. So keep leaving notes! Thanks for your support! Oh, sharing the site is also a great help!

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