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Children's App Reviews and Articles, April - June 2017

Here is a list of the great children's apps I've reviewed/app-related articles I've written at The Book Chook from April to June 2017. You can also link through to read app reviews from earlier in the year.

Children’s App Reviews, January - March 2017

What children's apps for iPad were reviewed at The Book Chook between January and March, 2017? Read about them here.

Children’s iPad App, Artie’s Magic Pencil

What is the children's iPad app, Artie's Magic Pencil, all about? "This app has a really cute premise. What child doesn’t want to help save the day? The fact this can be done by tracing shapes means that kids are learning as they go. The app is quite intuitive and kids are guided along Artie’s journey, and his interaction with shapes." Read more at The Book Chook.

Children’s iPad App, Grandpa’s Workshop

What is the children's iPad app, Grandpa's Workshop, all about? "By playing, kids get to interact with an unthreatening and encouraging character, Grandpa, and while doing so, encounter a range of fun and educational activities." Read more at The Book Chook.

Children’s iPad App, HangArt

What is the educational children's app, HangArt all about? "The focus is on playing a game about words - whether by spelling them (filling in the blanks with letters), drawing a picture to represent a word, tracing over letters or creating a story about a word. This is not a bells and whistles app, just a solid educational app which nevertheless has fun and creativity built into it."

Children’s iPad App, My Felt World

What is the iPad app for kids, My Felt World, all about? "It is described as “an interactive animated playset.” I love that kids can create scenes with it, and that oral stories and discussion automatically and naturally flow from this activity. " Read more about it at The Book Chook.