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Baby Loves Apps: Why I Love Mobile Gaming With My Toddler

Baby Loves Apps: Why I Love Mobile Gaming With My Toddler

My husband and I strain our voices. My three-year-old son starts banging on a tambourine. The dog leaves the room. We’re playing Blackbox, a game released a year ago by developer Ryan McLeod, and we are trying to do something, anything, to solve the next puzzle. Read More

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Tiny Hands Apps Puts the Joy of Learning in Toddlers’ Hands

Tiny Hands Apps Puts the Joy of Learning in Toddlers’ Hands

As the mother of two kids in a very tech-connected geek household, apps are often on our minds. Which is why I’m so excited to share Tiny Hands Apps, our sponsor, with you. Our daughter, the youngest, is only two. And while she’s fascinated with the iPad and certainly wants to use it like her… Read More

Wombi Monsters Teach Letters, Numbers, & Shapes to Pre-Schoolers

Last year my son started at our local pre-school and ever since his appetite for knowledge has simply grown and grown. Every day he points out letters, number, and shapes around our home or on the street and asks what they are. He’s even asked for phonics books as his bedtime story. It’s something I want to encourage and so when Wombi released a new series of three Monster apps that teach letters, shapes, and numbers I was eager to see what he would make of them. Read More