iPad Apps for Toddlers Pin It
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1. Grasshopper Apps are by far my favorite because of the variety of concepts their apps offer. Shapes, colors, matching, letters, word recognition, problem solving, early reading concepts, they even have Montessori based apps. A fun aspect with each of their apps is the option to personalize the app with photos or you own voice. These are available for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad.
little puzzles Preschool Games by Grasshopperapps.com
A sampling of some of the other apps from Grasshopperapps.com
Another reason I love the apps from Grasshopper,
2. Piikea Street‘s Interactive Alphabet app was the first we tried and Little Lady still loves it. Fun animation and sound, like twirling pasta by moving your fingers across the screen or cracking an egg by tapping the egg. Available for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad.
Interactive Alphabet by Piikea
3. Toca Boca has an interesting array of apps that are visually simulating. They touch on variety of skills, eye hand coordination, and pattern matching. We have only tried the Toca Doctor, it’s like a modern day Operation, but I hope to try others soon. Specifically, their painting and tea party apps. Available for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad.
Toca Doctor from Toca Boca
4. Learning Touch is another company with an extensive catalog of apps for a variety of skills and learning concepts. We have only tried their First Words app but plan to try them all in the future. This app also comes in Spanish, German, Japanese, and French. I know many of you use Bobs books, they have an app for that, too. Available for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad.
First Words by Learning Touch
5. Disney PIXAR has created an interactive ebook of the story Finding Nemo. As the book is narrated the child can collect “creatures” along the way to fill their own fish tank at the end. There are several puzzles through the story as well. Available for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. For 99 cents, this will be the cheapest Disney product you ever buy
Shape Puzzle by Newness World
Word Builder by Word World
How are you incorporating technology into your learning time?
Have you used any of these apps?
What are your thoughts about including technology in your homeschool?
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