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Pre-school educational app review for iPad magazine Tap! (Issue 29 - April 2013) written with the help of my 5 and 2 year olds:
 
Identikat
Create your own cats out of fabrics and buttons with this visually pleasing and fun to play app for children.


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App review for iPad magazine Tap! (Issue 28 - March 2013):
 
Discworld: The Ankh-Morpork Map
The first ever official Discworld iPad app lets you traverse the streets of Ankh Morpork, learn about the buildings and landmarks and even take a walking tour.


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Pre-school educational app review for iPad magazine Tap! (Issue 26 - February 2013) written with the help of my 5 and 2 year olds:
 
The Little Market - Fruits, vegetables, meat and fish
Designed to introduce your child to food recognition and basic shop mathematics, The Little Market is an educational app that lets you re-enact going to a busy marketplace.


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Pre-school educational app review for iPad magazine Tap! (Issue 27 - December 2012) written with the help of my 5 and 2 year olds:
 
Leo's Pad Appisode 1 and 2
Give your toddler a helping hand with their word formation and vocalisation with this animated interactive A-Z of phonemes.


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Pre-school educational app review for iPad magazine Tap! (Issue 23 - November 2012) written with the help of my 4 and 2 year olds:
 
Pajanimals: Light In The Sky
Jim Henson’s Company’s creation the Pajanimals bounce onto your iPad/iPhone screen for an interactive musical tale about getting over your fear of the dark.



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Pre-school educational app review for iPad magazine Tap! (Issue 22 - November 2012) written with the help of my 4 and 2 year olds:
 
The Monsters family
Why not stop monsters haunting your kids’ dreams and get them teaching them essential word, shape and colour recognition skills instead



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Pre-school app review for iPad magazine Tap! (Issue 22 - November 2012) written with the help of my 4 and 2 year olds:
 
Fairy Magic
An augmented reality app that not only asks ‘Have you got fairies at the bottom of your garden?’, but can show you them as well.



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Pre-school educational app review for iPad magazine Tap! (Issue 21 - August 2012) written with the help of my 4 and 2 year olds:
 
Little Digits
A deceptively simple app that really does help pre-schoolers learn to count, add and subtract using their fingers.


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Pre-school educational app review for iPad magazine Tap! (Issue 20 - August 2012) written with the help of my 4 and 2 year olds:
 
Collins Big Cat Playing Story Creator
An interactive storybook app from a popular author that also lets you create your own story using characters and objects from the book.



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Book app review for iPad magazine Tap! (Issue 20 - July 2012) written with the help of my 4 and 2 year olds:
 
Wind in the Willows
Introduce your children to Kenneth Graham’s The Wind in the Willows with this slightly abridged version animated with interactive illustrations.



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