Thursday, 3 January 2013

Top Apps to Keep the Kids Amused!

Top Apps to keep the kids amused
Let’s face it: there are some situations where children get bored. In a restaurant waiting for food the food to arrive, waiting for the bus, waiting for an appointment, and waiting for the car trip to end are just a few of the situations that can be taxing for a young child’s patience. Then they start acting out to try to get attention, much to the annoyance of the adults.
Well, the good news is, “There’s an app for that!” Here are some of the best apps to entertain your children when you’re out and about.
Doodlecast for Kids
This iPhone/iPad app lets kids draw, but also lets them record their voice to provide commentary for their creations. Their work can be turned into a video file and then sent to family, friends and fans.
Disney Pixel’d
This free app for iPhone and iPad lets you take Disney characters and create pixel-art drawings and animated stories, letting kids practice their storytelling as well as their drawing skills.
Toca Kitchen
This digital kitchen helps kids practice their cooking and event-planning skills. The game lets kids prepare a meal by boiling, slicing, frying and microwaving a digital dinner, letting them experiment without making a mess in the real kitchen.
Your Fantastic Elastic Brain
This app is more educational. It uses animation to explain how the brain works, and also offers memory games to help kids sharpen their minds.
Playart by Tapook
Playart lets budding artists utilise the elements of famous paintings – those by van Gogh, Monet, and Cezanne to name a few – into their own work so that kids can learn about art history while also enjoying the process of creating.,/p> Little Digits
Another educational app, children can learn to count by putting a certain number of fingers on the screen. It also offers games to teach simple arithmetic, making it an excellent supplement to maths lessons.
Around the Clock This app has a game for each hour of the day, thereby helping children understand how a clock works and follow the concept of time.
The apps listed here are all for either the iPhone or iPad. Many parents report that their children find the user interface on Apple products more user-friendly. To be able to access all the child-friendly apps that are offered for these products, why not upgrade? While an iPhone or iPad may seem pricey, you can raise the funds by trading your old phone in for cash online. All you need to do is find a site that will let you list your second hand items online or buy them from you directly. For example, if you wanted to sell htc desire, you could search the internet for a website that pays cash for old phones and then narrow it down by which one offers you the best price. Then, take your cash and invest it in a device that will entertain your children with engaging, educational games and apps.

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