Category Archives: Mulitlingual

Review: Explorium — Ocean for Kids introduces little ones to fun under-the-sea facts

    Bottom Line: An ocean education app that will introduce your kiddos to more than 50 facts about the ocean and its inhabitants. Recommended for ages 6-8, but probably more appropriate for younger kids in many ways.  Check out the free lite version before buying!   Continue Reading

From Smart Apps For Android: Smart Microscope (best educational Android apps for kids) — this app will give your kids a whole new perspective on the world!

This is an amazing app! Constantly pestered with the question, "What's inside x" by my eldest daughter when she was 4 or 5, this would have answered a lot of her questions. Smart Microscope has over 70 slides to examine, covering objects such as a bee sting, pine cones, a chicken feather, blood and more.… Continue Reading

Review — Learn opposites in a fun, interactive way with Cricket Kids: Opposites

    Bottom Line: An interactive app to learn twelve opposite pairs in six different languages. Uses creative interactions, including shaking the device and “waking up” the characters with the microphone. More opposite pairs and more variety in the current pairs would make it a Top Pick, but it’s still a solid app for toddlers… Continue Reading

Good Free App of the Day: Rosetta Stone® Kids Lingo Letter Sounds

(Take a look at today's Featured Free and Discounted Apps too!) This is one cool app!  There are two activities — in the first you match the first letter of a word to its corresponding toy picture. It's the second activity that I'm really excited about, though.  My kids already have an interest in learning Spanish from… Continue Reading

Review: The Little Witch at School — It’s exam time!

    Bottom Line: Follow a little witch and her elf friend as they take their first witchery and wizardry examination.  Designed for kids ages 4 to 10, this app is the prequel to The Witch with No Name. Free lite version available that includes the first six pages of the book. Continue Reading

Osito Polar: Viaje para pescado y patatas fritas — Review

    Bottom line: Hold on — before you go run to your favorite translating site because you're afraid you've found the wrong website, rest assured. (And please don't leave.) SnowPo: The Trip for Fish & Chips is now available in Spanish! The same loveable polar bear, the same story, different language. Continue Reading

Queen Anahit – Review

    Bottom line: A very lovely interactive book that tells the classic Armenian folk tale of Queen Anahit. It's not your run of the mill fairy tale. Appealing to children and adults, though some very young children might have difficulty following the entire story. Available in English, Armenian, and Russian.  Continue Reading