Education - Latest Releases
BOTO the Pink Dolphin Swims Through a Six Stage Learning System for Kids
Nov 21, 2014 - Developer Creative Bomb recently released "BOTO the Pink Dolphin 2," the sequel to the popular educational game for kids developed by the Child Creativity Institute. Much like its predecessor, the game features fun characters & an engaging storyline of underwater adventures that follow a six stage learning system. Children will be wrapped up in exciting challenges. After following the storyline, players are asked to draw pictures in order to help develop originality, creativity, and more.
A new app: educational fairy tale classics presented through fun
Nov 21, 2014 - FairyTalesBook proudly presents a bookshelf app with 20 beautifully illustrated fairy tales with original storylines - without violence or scary scenes, and without annoying ads. While these stories were created with the preschooler in mind, elementary kids and their parents will love the techy features too. The App is available in three languages: English, Spanish and German. It comes with two unlocked stories and is available on iOS, Android and Kindle platforms.
Lecture Racing. Teacher - unique tool for quizzes on lectures
Nov 20, 2014 - Virtual Space 000 announces its new educational app, Lecture racing. Teacher for the iPad. The teacher asks a question about the slide on a projector, and students mark their answers on the same slide on their device. The teacher then encircles the correct answers using his tablet or smartphone. Lecture racing. Teacher analyzes the results and creates a student rating that can be transferred back to the projector or to the personal device. All without preparation.
Speed-learning app for languages LingLing now available on App Store
Nov 19, 2014 - Thailand based Hepilabs announces their launch of LingLing for iOS which comes in beautiful full HD graphics, millions of combinations to create animated avatar. The app will guide the user through an amazing learning adventure. This app is classified as a game, as you have 6 games available to practice your language skills. LingLing's millions of satisfied users all over Android stores show that this is the most preferred way to learn foreign language.
Messy Mia Helps Kids Appreciate Life Before Cell Phones and Tablets
Nov 19, 2014 - Dublin based Touch Tech Kids today introduces Messy Mia and the Tale of Ancient Tech 1.0, an original storybook app about retro technology that parents and kids will get a kick out of. Messy Mia tells the story of a young girl learning how her parents survived without modern technology such as laptops, tablets, broadband and mobile phones. Kids learn about the differences from when VHS and dial-up Internet were common, to today's high tech world.
Children with autism can use their own voices in communication aid app
Nov 17, 2014 - London based app developers Therapy Box released a major update to ChatAble allowing people to replace generic text to speech, with their own voices, or the voice of a peer. This latest release contains the innovative integration of ModelTalker. The app also includes new voices for added choice of quality voices and Skype integration to aid connectivity. ChatAble is available in a range of languages and is an essential aid for people with speech and language difficulties.
Arabic Language Scale - Free App for Measuring Child's Language Age
Nov 15, 2014 - Ahmed T-Nabarawy is pleased to announce the release of Arabic Language Scale 1.0 for iOS, a language test which is standardized on normal Arabic speaking children from upper and lower Egypt. This scale is used mainly to identify children who have a language disorder or delay. The app is composed of two sub-scales, Auditory Comprehension sub-scale and Expressive Communication sub-scale. It is the first and only medically approved scale used for measuring young children's language age.
Children's Technology Review Releases Solution to App Review Anarchy
Nov 14, 2014 - Children's Technology Review has just launched what it believes is the world's largest and most up-to-date online repository of reviews of education software and hardware. The Children's Technology Review Exchange contains 11,708 reviews including the latest K-12 products across 26 types of tablet and gaming platforms. The CTREX platform and rating system is subscriber-supported to reduce bias, allowing teachers & parents to find, evaluate, compare, and discuss educational software and hardware.
The Story Of Dracolino Helps Kids Believe In The Power Of Their Dreams
Nov 14, 2014 - Technology for Emotions today introduces The Story of Dracolino 1.0, its new interactive educational book for iPad. Dracolino is a little dragon who wants to sing instead of breathing fire and scaring people, like other dragons. Written by Begonia Ibarrola, the story teaches kids how to overcome embarrassment and believe in themselves and the power of their dreams. The Story of Dracolino includes games and activities that teach counting, musical composition, vocabulary, memory, and more.