Nov 15, 2012 - Dubbed an approduction by its developers, Penelope is the first work based on the manuscripts and music of transmedia author Cornelius Addison. The app has been constructed in Berlin with the involvement of master animators, illustrators, musicians and programmers. An innovative debut from the Addison's Tales Digital Book Label, the app was developed especially for mobile devices. It includes original music, animations and a dash of interactivity for a very new kind of storytelling experience.
Aug 06, 2012 - Best Apps for Kids has recently created a page full of safety setting video tips for parents of iPad kids. The videos cover very specific instructions for a secure experience for kids on the internet. Many of the topics that are covered are not evident to parents during the purchasing process. There are many pitfalls on the internet and specifically in app decisions. The safety videos will protect the kids as well as the parents.
Jun 22, 2012 - Best Apps for Kids reviews The Magnificent Travelling Palace. There are 7 videos included in the review. The book app is a tale of children seeking a beautiful traveling palace. The graphics are stunning and the interaction and narration are perfect. This truly is an app for the whole family to enjoy. The app conveys the message to children that we are all one, no matter the culture. It is a great book app for teachers to share with students and open a dialogue on culture and humanity.
Jun 20, 2012 - Creativity flows naturally when we allow kids to explore on their own. Best Apps for Kids recently video reviewed Colorforms Revolution HD which is trademarked. The app is a whole new format for playing and creating with Colorforms Revolution HD. Learning by manipulating shapes and colors is a fantastic eye-hand coordination reinforcement. The addition of background to choose from as well as free play continue to stir creativity in kids.
Jun 15, 2012 - Best Apps For Kids video reviewed Picaro Play. A free app that is loaded with educational aspects and totally enticing for kids. This app is born of a love for English and a desire to spread their lessons world wide. It includes a story book, spelling games, puzzles and more. The children narrating have done a great job. The review website has numerous videos to teach parents how to control the settings on the iPad to ensure a positive experience for kids and parents alike.
Jun 14, 2012 - Best Apps for Kids has recently created a page full of safety setting video tips for parents of iPad kids. The videos cover very specific instructions for a secure experience for kids on the internet. Many of the topics that are covered are not evident to parents during the purchasing process. There are many pitfalls on the internet and specifically in app decisions. The safety videos will protect the kids as well as the parents.
Jun 12, 2012 - Bestappsforkids.org is pleased to publish video reviews for Plants HD and Butterfly HD this week. The apps clearly demonstrate a strong developer love for the topics combined with a driven intent to convey that love to kids. Plants HD and Butterfly HD cover all area of the plant life and butterfly life processes. These apps are carefully created to entice even the youngest kids. Kids love multiple learning venues. These apps use many venues to maintain kids' attention and enthusiasm.
Jun 08, 2012 - Best Apps For Kids reviews The Big Spill book app. The Big Spill is an amazing tale for kids and adults as well in a book app format. Educational on a global and environmental level, this eBook is based on a true story of an oil spill. Kids learn about the damages as well as what they can do to help. Help arrives from near and far and it is a happy ending for the main characters. Learning how to make a difference and develop fundraisers for support is a valuable lesson.
Jun 07, 2012 - The review of a new educational book app that clearly demonstrates global value in life skills with a format that also works well with special education needs has just been released. The Tree I See is an interactive tale of a young boy who is enchanted as he watches the impact of a lone tree. The tree gives love and assistance unconditionally to birds, squirrels, bees, and all who wander near. The Tree I See uses Ani-motion-animation and constant motion.