Featured App: TutoKid is a parent’s rainy day boredom buster life-saver

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"Mooooom! I'm BORED!" I know far too many parents (and teachers, for that matter) who hear these very same words most frequently on long weekends, rainy days and . . . really, ANY day. TutoKid is a unique app that gets kids off the screen and creating things with their own hands. What's better? The app is FREE!

To download TutoKid (FREE with in-app purchases, iPhone/iPad) use the button below to support Smart Apps for Kids:

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 This app contains in-app purchases for each pack of videos included in the app ($0.99 each)

What's free: One video in each of the six sub-sections included in the app. 

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Growing up I remember watching certain segments of kids' shows with my pencil and paper in hand, trying so hard to draw what we being modeled on the screen. Gone are those days and TutoKid is here. Six different sections of this app give children step-by-step video modeling to help them create sweet and simple craft projects. These projects include areas like clay, paint, drawing, collages and a special section for boys and girls. 

Want to take a sneak peek inside the app? Check out this video from our very own Eleanor.

 

From iTunes:

Tutokid – Your kids' game sitter

To use the app, you must first choose from one of the below activities:
• Paint
• Modeling clay
• Draw
• Collage
• Girls
• Boys

An internet connection is required to view the TUTOKID application videos.

Once you have picked one activity you can buy a pack, it will give you access to the 6/7 activity videos within the chosen theme.

Thanks to our tutorials, your kids will have a safe and engaging environment to create, play and learn. A few simple materials are required to complete each activity (paper, paint, colored pens or pencils), then Tutokid steps in!

 

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265_10151132533268245_768806732_nRachel J. wishes there was a tutorial to teach her cats to stay off the kitchen counter. 

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