Bottom Line: A simple tale that promotes healthy eating and positive lifestyles. Geared toward the preschool population, this book app brings a positive message. Improvements could help the app move from "good" to "great", especially for the price.
Continuing with our Page Turning Tuesdays, this week we have some classics, a joke book, a cookbook, and more. Remember, you don't need an iPad to read any of them! Kindle books can be read on any computer, smart phone, iPad, or (of course) Kindle reader.
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There are quite a few new additions to our Top 40 completely FREE apps on iTunes Kids post this week, so be sure you check it out. To make this list I go through the top free apps in the kids' section on iTunes and remove any that have in-app purchases or require subscriptions.
Bottom Line: A great option for working on auditory skills with all kids, including those with an auditory or language processing disorder or a hearing impairment. It’s inexpensive for a therapy app, making it great for speech-language pathologists, auditory therapists, hearing-impaired specialists and even parents at home.