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PostPosted: 11 Nov 2010 19:05 
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I am creating this post to discuss interesting and educational iPhone games and apps for kids. So as topic starter I would like to be first and would like to share the lollowing educational iPhone games:

1.Agry Birds - this iPhone game is a very popular and needs no introduction;
2. Paper Town - Paper dolls in an age of digital art. I’ve caught a few of my older kids putting these cute characters together, too. You know who you are;
3. iWrite Words - Pretty much is what its name implies. Little fingers start on the crab and follow the numbers to write letters, then shake the tumbling star block into the corner to get to the next letter;
4. Flash Cards -Lovely little free app from Parents Magazine. Great guilt absolver as it makes me feel as if we’re actually pulling off preschool for the day;

Hope that this list of iPhone games/apps will be helpful for preschoolers. So, if you know any other interesting games which could be helpful for our kids, don't hesitate to post them here. Thanks in advance.


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Sorry, I don't have an iPhone and wouldn't know what to do with one if I did :lol:

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PostPosted: 12 Nov 2010 08:08 
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^ditto! And if I did own one I'll be darned if I'd let my 4 year old anywhere near it! :lol: :lol: :lol:

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I've got an iPhone and Nathan has his games and apps on it LOL
To be honest with you, he's been using it almost two years now and he's been very good at being careful with it. He's the same way with the DS....I've found that it's been a great help with his mental and eye-hand coordination development...

I've now deleted the toddler type apps - shape and colour puzzles - and added more counting, spelling, phonetic type apps and changed the puzzles to Toy Story and Ben 10 as there's more to captivate him

Is also like to add that I only download free apps for him LOL

Since I got the HTC Desire, Nate thinks the iPhone is totally his now and he loves taking photos with it. He's also very good at selecting which game he wants to play from the menu

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