Thanks to all of you, I recently placed #1 in the Circle of Moms vote for 2013 Tech Blog. All of the Top 25 Mom bloggers were asked a series of questions including “What’s your favorite kid-friendly app?” You can read all the interviews here. My answer to that question was:
“Asking an app reviewer to pick a favourite app is pretty cruel! There are so many wonderful apps out there but for a variety of reasons my top recommendation would go to the ‘Bugs’ series of apps by developer Little Bit Studio. Bugs and Buttons, Bugs and Bubbles and Bugs and Numbers all contain some key common elements – outstanding value for money, beautiful graphics, lovely music, lots of content (each app contains 18 mini games) and just the right amount of skill-building and educational content. If you have children these apps are a must-buy and I’ve never known anyone to be disappointed with them.”
So you can imagine how excited I am to be able to give away to my readers copies of ALL three of these apps! If you would like to try and complete your collection or win all three apps if you don’t yet have any, please enter via the rafflecopter at the bottom of the page.
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The first of the Bugs apps from this developer, is a must for all children at the pre-school level. Like all the bugs apps, Bugs and Buttons combines gorgeous graphics, music, adaptive learning and lots of bugs and puts all these into 18 different mini games that focus on building and strengthening fine motor, counting, patterns, sorting and matching skills. I have THREE copies of this app to giveaway.
Those of us who fell in love with Bugs and Buttons couldn’t believe it could be topped and yet, with Bugs and Bubbles, the developer produced something even more beautiful. It builds on the skills your child has been practicing in the first app and also works on colours, letters and shapes. I have THREE copies of this app to giveaway.
The focus of the latest Bugs app is on math. It takes a staged approach to learning – stage 1 covers identification and matching for numbers and shapes, counting activities and (my favourite) an arcade-style roach racing game which teaches and reinforces left-right concepts. Stage 2 adds tracing, sequencing, comparisons and math with ten and the games in stage 3 cover U.S. currency, time, measurement, patterns, fractions and addition and subtraction. How much content is that?! I have TWO copies of Bugs and Numbers to giveaway.
All of these apps offer tons of quality content at a price of only $2.99 each but if you want to try your hand at winning one or more, then enter via rafflecopter:
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