Bottom Line: Lars the horse is in need of adventure and spends a day cavorting with animals of all shapes and sizes. This storybook app is set at an enjoyable pace and also offers puzzles and a learning section that made this reviewer's heart happy.
Bottom Line: A fun app targeting early math skills for kids ages 2-6. Children practice numbers 1-20 with five different activities, complete with verbal reinforcement. The app is easy to navigate and the content is appropriate for the target audience, but it could benefit from some added differentiation options.
I saw this post on Buzzfeed recently, and after I took a nice trip down memory lane, I had to share it! I don't have any toddlers anymore, but this kind of craft was done often in my home when I did. Arts and crafts with toddlers requires a lot of open-ended experimentation, in my view, and most of these activities are perfect for exploration. Most don't require much special equipment, either--the best toddler crafts use everyday objects in a freeform way. Paint over stickers, decorate frames with a variety of materials.Some of them aren't even that messy!
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