App Friday October 27th, 2017

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Have a tea party with Plushie Cook, build molecules with Molecularium, explore the bloodstream and immune system with BloodPlay, and learn to count by touching the screen with Little Digits. Plus, when should we stand in the way of screen time?

Garry Froehlich 
Jellybean Tunes

Plushie Cook: Food Maker
by Plush Soft OOD

New. Plushie Cook is a game about having a tea party with a charming stuffed toy. In “Plushie Cook” your children will have safe kitchen environment in which they can explore and learn new details about the day to day life. Here they can cook, mix, wash and eat.

Plushie Cook: Food Maker
Plushie Cook: Food Maker

My Molecularium
By Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

New. Launch atoms to build incredible molecules of increasing complexity and difficulty. A fun-filled action game that teaches you about atoms and molecules while you play.

BloodPlay – An Educational Adventure
by iMagine Machine

BloodPlay turns the journey of a virus through a human body into a colourful voyage of learning. As you float past the white blood cells and fatty deposits that would impede your progress, you’ll learn everything your own body has at its disposal to keep out harmful viruses.

Little Digits
by Cowly Owl

2.0 Update. Using the multi-touch screen, Little Digits displays number characters by detecting how many fingers you put down. Children can learn to associate the numerical figure on the screen with the number of fingers, whilst enjoying the unique characters and animations of the Little Digits world.

Little Digits
Little Digits
Developer: Cowly Owl Ltd
Price: $2.99

Standing in the Way of Screen Time

Inspired by the latest report from Common Sense Media, Lorraine talks about her experiences and goals in guiding her daughters through the digital age. See more here at MomsWithApps.com. 

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