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Draw Along with Stella and Sam App – Free today only! September 25, 2012

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Draw Along with Stella and Sam for iPad on the iTunes App Store.

I’m not sure exactly how much longer this art app will be free. If you love Stella and Sam, this is a great first art app for little ones. Grab this one while  you can. Normally, this app is $1.99.


Toca Store App – Free for a limited time! September 14, 2012

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App Store – Toca Store.

App Store – Toca Kitchen Monsters.

App Store – Toca Hair Salon – Christmas Gift.

App Store – Toca Doctor Lite.

I love Toca Boca apps! Toca Boca develops some of best apps for young children. You will love Toca Store as your child learns to operate their own store counting money, taking turns, negotiating, resource management, and cooperative play. This particular Toca app is designed to be a two player game, but it can be used with a single player playing both roles. Toca Store is normally $1.99, but it is currently free for download for a limited time. If you miss out, I linked some free Toca Boca apps.

Highly recommended for children 3 to 5. Don’t miss out on this one!



i Learn With Poko App – free for a limited time! September 6, 2012

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i Learn With Poko: Fun Counting and Addition! for iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation) and iPad on the iTunes App Store.

i Learn with Poko is a series of early learning apps geared for children ages 3 to 6 on a variety of topics. Right now, they are featuring Fun Counting and Addition for free download. All of their apps are normally $2.99. The rest of their app library is $0.99 for a limited time which is well worth it at this price. My personal favorite in the library is Iceland Adventures which I reviewed here:

This app focuses on introducing your child to numbers, counting, sets and addition. There are graduated levels of difficulty built into the app so that it self adjusts as your child plays. This is a very nice introduction to these math skills and doesn’t require reading skills to play.

Highly recommended for ages 3 to 6.



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