Wednesday, April 23, 2014
From China but taking the world by storm, Xi Yang Yang (translated as Pleasant Goat) is now featured in the brand new Disney Where's My Water? app. Like the apps featuring Swampy and his mates, however, this one takes the skill required to the next level. Straight up in the first level, the exact angle is needed to get the water flow right to be able to collect the bells. XYY is not waiting for a shower, though, but needs the water urgently to put out a fire. Power-ups are available for purchase, although not necessary to play all 80 levels. Given the price of the other Disney apps, I would say this is a special introductory price of $0.99 so get it while it is cheap!
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Bottom Line: If you're looking for an app to assign for homework that covers fractions, decimals and percentages (and the relationships between all three) then this is the app you need. Great for teachers and homeschoolers, Converting Fractions, Decimals and Percentages clearly explains how these math concepts work and then gives children a chance to test their knowledge and have progress reports emailed to their teacher. Flip your math class today by downloading this app onto the class devices.
Price: $1.99 Size: 6.7MB
Tuesday, April 22, 2014
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Has the fever hit you? Are you rubber band bracelet crazy? We have bands and charms in all shapes and colors in my house and I have to admit, I love that my kids are keeping their fine motor skills up during the Easter break, plus my boys are getting into it too! I know it is a phase and that their creations will not last forever, but I am happy for them to spend pocket money on something that is social, creative, cognitive and challenging. These are the apps, vids and pins my kids use for their creations. I thought you might benefit from them too! Feel free to pass this post on to your family and friends.
Monday, April 21, 2014
April 22, 2014 is Earth Day and this year it is all about Green Cities and changing the way things work in the city to lessen the negative impact on the earth. Some examples of cities that have employed green practices are: Kansas and their community solar project, Boston with their bike-sharing program and Paris with their ban on cars in the city. It is encouraging to see when cities make a concerted effort to look after our earth, but charity begins at home and we can start by teaching our kids more about sustainable living. Below is a selection of apps that focus on caring for our earth and living in ways that reduce our environmental impact.
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Sunday, April 20, 2014
Also, make sure you check out the Easter app FREE TODAY ONLY, as well as our other big discounted apps posts because there are still a lot of apps on sale.