This book, from Oceanhouse Media starts in a small way, with a little bug by the name of Van Cleck yawning so widely you can look down his neck. And so the Sleep Book begins, with a tiny yawn which spreads rapidly, taking the reader on a rhyming journey around a fictional world.
The latest and very best educational iPad App Reviews by Gill Robins
Archive for:August, 2012:
This latest ingenious offering from The Melody Book is another triple function app – learn to count to ten in up to twelve languages whilst also discovering facts about the sounds and appearance of different musical instruments. Know your ukuleles from your lutes and your oboes from your clarinets by playing each instrument as
Franklin Frog is a stunning first app in a new Rounds series, developed by Nosy Crow. As a non-fiction app, it represents a new departure for the Nosy Crow team, but as with all of their other apps, it offers the very best experience in interactive and immersive learning through play. Biology lessons will never
Middle Age Hero is a colourful, fun app which teaches some early learning skills through game play. Mr Alfio the Knight leads you through a series of mini games which are designed to help develop co-ordination and shape recognition skills in mini gamers. The medieval setting is carefully and thoughtfully designed.