Tuesday, January 31, 2012

iphone apps for preschoolers

In our modern world of technology, many children are becoming "techno tots". Our children have learned how to navigate their way through their own apps on daddy's iphone. Even our two year old can show her grandparents how to play some of her games and work through the alphabet.

We have downloaded some specific apps that help them with skills they are currently learning as well as some apps just for fun. Most of the apps we have chosen are free, with a few exceptions of some that they really like.

Below are a few of their favorites:

This ABC Trace app allows them to trace letters with their finger or a special stylis for iphones/ipads.

This app is all about the basics of the alphabet, colors, numbers, etc.

This app helps them learn Spanish vocabulary. Que bueno! This is probably mommy's favorite since I am extremely passionate about the Spanish language and I am teaching them how to speak it : )

This app is a narrated version of the story of Noah's Ark. It adds images to the story as the child touches the screen. It's really cute!

This one is just for fun. The girls love to mix, bake and decorate cupcakes with this app.

This is another fun app. By touching the screen, they can dress the princesses and rearrange their outfits. They can even add their own face to the image.

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