App Friday May 12th, 2017

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This week sharpen number sense in a fairy tale setting with Fuzzy Numbers, experience letters with Magic Spell – ABC, practice writing letters and numbers with Scribble Cards, and ride along with Baby Truck. Plus, STEM apps your kids will love, and families bonding over… Pokémon Go.

Garry Froehlich 
Jellybean Tunes

Fuzzy Numbers: Pre-K Number Foundation
by Cognitive ToyBox, Inc.

Fuzzy Numbers provides a fairy tale setting for children to practice foundational early math skills. Your child will love exploring Princess Poodle’s castle, Prince Frog’s beanstalk, Witch Cat’s potion school, and Pirate Whale’s treasure cove. Each scene is designed to help your child exercise his or her intuitive sense of quantity, or “number sense”.

Magic Spell – ABC
by The J

Explore space as an astronaut or fly away on a broomstick in our magical world of ABC. With creative illustrations and engaging sounds, kids can enjoy the fantastic adventure of role-playing by easily combining their face with 26 different characters that represent each letter of the alphabet.

Magic Spell - ABC
Magic Spell - ABC
Developer: The J
Price: Free

Scribble Cards
by AlphaDogWare

Is your child ready to learn to write? Try ScribbleCards with handwriting recognition to help children increase hand-eye coordination, writing skills and get a head start for school!

Scribble Cards
Scribble Cards
Developer: Will Summers
Price: $0.99

Baby Truck
by Appelsin Apps AB

Baby Truck is an entertaining and educational vehicle game for young children that will help them recognize numbers, vehicles, sounds and colors in a fun way.

Baby Truck - Car Kids Game 2-5
Baby Truck - Car Kids Game 2-5

STEM Apps Your Kids Will Love

These apps lean more towards logic and coding, but they’re all good quality and worth a look. Read More at Techwalla.

Families and Pokémon GO

Yes, someone took the time to study families playing Pokémon Go, and surprisingly found a number of positive effects. Imagine this technology being used for an educational game. Read More at LSE.

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