13 Best Free Educational And Entertaining Apps For Toddlers
Today I wanted to share with you the best FREE educational and entertaining apps for toddlers that have been approved by Bella, and me, but Bella's opinion matters most. Some parents believe in no screen time, some believe in a little, and then there are moms like me who believes that if it makes my child happy, keeps them occupied, and can be educational I give it the thumbs up! Bella of course is my third so there is a lot more I am just throwing to the wind with her such as I have not…
The best iPad apps 1 - 2 years on the UK iTunes store - The Unruffled Mum
Ariella isn’t even two yet and she has been “upgraded” to our old iPad mini 2. I say upgraded because she is was using the even older iPad. We bought the mini in late 2013, so it’s three years old now and we really don’t use it anymore as we have other mobile devices. As a toddler her needs are very basic, her previous iPad covers them just fine. It’s really just bigger which is a pain to carry around and seeing as we had the mini floating unused it seemed the most sensible option. Ariella…
20 Recommended Apps for 1-Year-Olds — Geeks With Juniors
Update: As of Nov 22, I have published an updated list of 20 best iPad apps that I personally recommend for 1-year-olds. You might want to read the updated list instead. Today is a special day for me and my family. Our second son, Noah , is having his first birthday today. Based on my obs
FREE Educational Apps for Kids
Here are some free educational apps that kids will have fun with and may not even realize that they are learning a thing or two!
Only 1 iPad in the Classroom?
[for additional ELA/Reading specific apps and ideas see Reading on the iPad ] Is only one iPad in a classroom worth it? This question ...
Storybook Maker for Kids and the Classroom
My Story is the simplest story maker and book creator in the App Store. Children can draw, use photos, record voice, type, and then send their finished creations to family and friends.
Some iPad Management Tips, Part 2!
We have FINALLY gotten cases for our iPad 2s! Hooray! In honor of these new accessories, I wanted to share some quick iPad management tips with everyone: 1 - Color code your iPad cases for easy 1:1 access We have 5 students at each table and have assigned each seat a color. Each table has five differently colored iPads, and so when a student in seat "red" reaches for an iPad he or she doesn't need to rummage through the bin; they can easily see the red case and get "their" device. This helps…