App Friday December 23rd, 2016

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It’s almost Christmas, and your kids can get into the spirit of the season with Ecoamigos Christmas from Kidloom. You can also snap up some great apps free or discounted from Vyaap, the Flitlits, and PKCLsoft. If you can’t get enough iMessage stickers, MojiLala promises new stickers each month. Plus, kids can explore musical instruments with The Froggy Bands, discover art with The Art of Paul Klee, and play fun games and learn a little math with TotemUp.

We’re off next week, but we’ll return in the new year with more great apps!

Garry Froehlich 
Jellybean Tunes

Music Games | The Froggy Bands
by TangibleFun

In the colorful land of The Froggy Bands you’ll find 10 different musical bases with more than 40 instruments, along with sounds to learn and games for children which introduce them to the magical world of music. Video iPhone and iPad: 2.99 Google Play: 2.99

Music Games: The Froggy Bands
Music Games: The Froggy Bands

Ecoamigos Christmas (for Google Play)
by Kidloom

Help our beloved team of Ecoamigos in a Christmas quest through fantastic mini-games. This app was designed to enhance the Christmas spirit and to help children to develop skills such as classifying, conceptualizing, concentration and logical thinking. Video  Google Play: Free + In-App Purchase.

Ecoamigos Christmas
Ecoamigos Christmas
Developer: Kidloom
Price: Free+

ExplorArt Klee – The Art of Paul Klee, for Kids
by Lapisly S.C.P.

This beautifully designed interactive picture book introduces kids to the dreamlike works of the 20th century Swiss-German master. Paul Klee’s art pieces come alive as enchanted animated scenes that children can explore with their own free imagination and creativity. Upon opening the app, users are greeted by a young boy, Cice, and Ku, his cat assistant. These two playful friends serve as guides to PK planet, a very special place that came to life thanks to the works of this great artist. Video iPad: 4.99

TotemUp
by Minilab Studios

TotemUp is a building app aimed at children aged 2-5, helping to introduce math concepts such as counting and addition in a relaxed and fun environment. First, choose an egg to hatch into a crazy creature, then customize its features and add it to your totem stack. Gradually build up your stack using totem blocks of all shapes and sizes, until you have completed a stack of 10! Finally, shake your device and play with your creation, before watching the creatures tumble and roll when you explode the tower, ready to start over! Video iPhone and iPad: 1.99 Google Play: Free + In-App Purchases Amazon: Free + In-App Purchases

TotemUp
TotemUp
Developer: Minilab Ltd
Price: $1.99

MojiLaLa Unlimited
by MojiLaLa

MojiLaLa is Netflix for stickers. Users get 10,000+ stickers each month, refreshed every day with new stickers from artists all over the world. You can always find the right emoji to express a feeling or emotion, plus people love to receive fun emojis from friends! It’s a perfect way to bring more light, love and happiness into people’s lives. iMessage: Free + Subscription

Stickers: 32000 Stickers Pack
Stickers: 32000 Stickers Pack
Developer: MojiLaLa
Price: Free+

Links to Free Apps in December

All of Vyaap’s apps (and in-app purchases) are free from December 23-26, including Elastic Alphabets. See a review at Teachers With Apps, and their apps on the Apple App Store.

All of the Flitlits apps are free until the end of December. Find them on the Apple App Store.

PKCLsoft has discounted most of their apps until the end of 2016, including Money Up! (see the review from Geeks With Juniors), Tap Times Tables and more. Their apps on available on the Apple App Store.

More Holiday Apps

Developers keep releasing their holiday apps, right up to the minute. We are trying to keep up with them on this Holiday Apps 2016 post. Check it out if you are interested in festive, wintery themes.

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