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Care Bears Belly Match App Review

Care Bears Belly Match App Review

I was asked to review the Care Bears Belly Match app, but because I was in such a holiday rush, it took me a while to get to. I decided to ask my 7 year old son to helop me write this review. He and his 4 year old brother are fans of the app.  We really liked playing with Grumpy, but have to admit, we loved beating Beastly even more.  He challenged us with different … Read entire article »

Filed under: Featured, School Aged Children

New Talking Tom App is Poppable and Unstoppable

New Talking Tom App is Poppable and Unstoppable

 I have a ton of apps on my phone and admit that I love mindless games.  I have enough stress in my life that while waiting in line, or for an appointment, I just want to have fun.  And fun is exactly what Talking Tom Bubble Shooter, the new app from Outfit7, is. Talking Tom Bubble Shooter allows you to play solo, or go head-to-head for double bubble trouble in skill tournaments.  I’ve seen a few … Read entire article »

Filed under: Featured

New App for Kids: Peppa Pig Happy Mrs. Chicken

New App for Kids: Peppa Pig Happy Mrs. Chicken

Peppa Pig’s new Happy Mrs. Chicken App keeps my son happy with it’s cute games and characters based on the popular TV show Peppa Pig. The Happy Mrs. Chicken App was created by P2 Games for children under 7 and incorporates 6 interactive games including the fun new bonus sticker book. All the familiar music and sounds of Peppa Pig bring the cartoon to life for my young son who enjoys clicking, tapping and dragging to play each game. The … Read entire article »

Filed under: 0-5 (By Age Group), Computer, Pre-schoolers

Smash Your Food

Smash Your Food

First Lady Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move” campaign has raised awareness about the problem of childhood obesity. A new app called Smash Your Food, now available in the Apple App Store for $2.99, aims to make it easier for parents and kids to learn about healthy foods together. Smash Your Food was the winner of Michelle Obama’s “Apps For Healthy Kids” National Contest and was selected from hundreds of submitted games by industry leaders, including Mark Pincus, … Read entire article »

Filed under: Advice, Educational, Featured, Feeding, Food, Nutrition, Parenting