Isn’t it amazing that a two year old can figure out how to turn on your phone from the lock mode or post a picture to your facebook?! Electronics are a part of every day, wither we like it or not. And honestly you don’t want to be the parent that bans screen time, just set the limits. Set the timer, research the apps you download. There are some great learning apps you can download to your devices.
“Curious George’s Town is a fun educational app perfect for every little builder. Instructive games allow children to earn coins, learn about saving, and eventually purchase items to build a town. With the guidance of The Man With The Yellow Hat, kids can sort vegetables in the market, learn the alphabet at the library, feed the animals at the pet store, and help recycle at the town park. “
Mason loved taking care of the pets in the pet store, sorting the books in the library; it has great math games, sorting games, “board” game, chore chart, teaches how to recycle. Your child will love earning “real” money by completely things, then they can purchase stuff in the app store! I really liked the chore chart and that I know when he is sitting in front of the screen he is learning something. It’s a perfect educational game for preschoolers or kindergartners :)
Compatible for iPad or iPhone. Only $3.99
Giveaway the awesome people at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt are giving one lucky reader a Curious George gift pack including a free app download and Curious George Builds A Home and the Curious George Travel Activity Kit containing: A classic book, 3 stories on CD, an activity book, a card game, stickers and double-sided crayons. What an awesome giveaway, I wish I could win ;) Enter through the rafflecopter form, US only please, ends 9/20
I was compensated for my review of Curious George’s Town app, however all opinions expressed here are my own.