App Info Price: Overview Three Good Things is a journaling app that prompts users to write down three positive sentences each day using notifications and messages. The goal is to build a habit of thinking in a positive manner each day to improve mental health. Features include: Simple user interface Game-like atmosphere Optional social media …
Super Yoga Bedtime is the perfect app to help children wind down from the day and get relaxed and ready for bed. With a superhero theme, yoga practices, and calming guided visualizations, this app is great for children of all ages.
I Got This: An Interactive Story is a wonderful example of a high-quality public education ebook that is designed to appeal to the target age group, provides vital health information and does so in an engaging and memorable way.
Teaching children to be healthy is so much more than just eating healthy foods and being active and what better way to teach them these very important skills and information than by using highly interactive and exciting apps? We’ve compiled some of our favorite interactive games and storybook apps that you can use to keep …
Monster Heart Medic is a highly engaging and educational app that teaches children about the cardiovascular system with tips on staying healthy. This video game-like environment is so interactive and fun, players won’t realize they are learning!
Middle School Confidential 3: What’s Up with My Family makes an outstanding addition to an already excellent series. Companion materials and printed books will make it an ideal addition to many youth programs.
Get up-close and personal with the human body, exploring all of its parts, seeing how they’re all connected, and absorbing key information about each body part at the same time in this highly interactive and informational app.
Take a closer look at the human body through a fun rhyming story featuring the Cat in the Cat and his friends. Mixed in with the trademark Seussical rhymes, kids will find information about their bodies, from the hair on their heads to the toes on their feet, and everything in between.
The holiday season is upon us and what better time is there to teach children about the importance of eating healthy to keep their bodies strong? We have put together a list of apps that encourage kids to make good food choices through fun, entertaining, and educational games that are fun for the whole family. …
The Human Body allows children to learn all there is to know about the body with various realistic figures, interactive images, and illustrations all while enjoying every minute. You will be amazed at this app!
Deserving of it’s own review…The I Love Potty app included a potty training book for boys and a separate one for girls, there is also a potty training game, advice and help for parents and a sticker chart.
The Potty Predictor app covers potty training from a scheduling and reward aspect. The potty training cycle starts with a drink which starts an event that will result in success, try or accident. Nice idea, but just not quite enough for a $3.99 app.