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Kathy's List of Good Preschool Apps

There are hundreds of good as well as bad, preschool apps. here is a list that i have found 18 - 24 month olds actually go to and play on their own.

Preschool Arcade

This is a favorite in our house. Learn shapes, numbers and letters in an arcade environment.

Nighty Night! HD

This is a must have bedtime story. Child turns out the light on each oage and says nighty night to an animal on the farm. You can change the scenery to snow when it is winter at your house.

Wheels on the Bus

Lets your toddler sing along while opening the doors and pushing the bus along and wiping the wipers.

Monkey Preschool Lunchbox

Lots of education content and toddlers love it! Learn number conservation, colors, similarities and differences and more.

Shape Builder - the Preschool Learning Puzzle Game

Children move the right shape to the right spot in the puzzle to form one common object. The shapes are initially solid color, each being a
different color. But when the puzzle is complete it becomes that hing it represents so a violin becomes a violin, the word is pronounced
and the violin plays, Super toddler app.

Trucks Builder - Things That Go Preschool Learning Shape Puzzle Game

The user puts the pieces of a truck together. When it is complete, they learn its name.

Preschool Adventure

Lots of toddler appropriate games, including a dress up game.

ABC Farm

Love these apps - try ocean, go, music. Toddlers learn letters and things in the category that start with those letters, Includes movies and wipe away scenes. Older users may also pick up spelling through this app.

Another Monster at the End of This Book...Starring Grover & Elmo!

this and its predecessor, The Monster at the End of this Book are two other ebook must haves. Children will delight poking and touching
things to help the story progress.

AlphaTots™

Build buildings for the letter B and cut strings for the letter C - highly interactive way to learn the alphabet.

Little Digits - Finger Counting

FOR OLDER TODDLERS users must match the number of fingers to the numeral shown on the screen by placing the correct number of fingers on the screen. Hard for younger players.

LetterSchool

Users trace the lettrs in the wya in which they rea written, Hollywood lights, neoen lights or train tracks may appear as they trace. When the letetr is completed the train comes or the lights turn on, Fantastic way to learn the letters and how to write them.

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    Katherine Page Burdick worked as a teacher and a school administrator for more than fifteen years. She has spent equal time developing a strong track record of creating innovative, leading, educational products while holding marketing and editorial positions within companies such as Pearson Education and Scholastic Inc. She recently left her position as Vice President of Development at Learning A-Z, a company that delivers educational resources in reading, writing, and science over the Internet, to consult with schools and businesses on the subject of mobile learning.

    Mrs. Burdick reviews educational apps in her blog, mobileieducator. Her publishing and education experiences coupled with her passion for mobile learning gives her a unique insight into the mobile market for education.

    Specialties:Program Developer, Author, Public Speaker, Curriculum Specialist, Applications for Mobile Learning, Content Innovator

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