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Entertaining Educational Apps


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thesophieco

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Hi there! :) Anyone here who've tried Maddie and Matt's Happy Earth (from maddieandmatt.com)? My friend (who's also a parent) told me it's very good since it teaches kids to be more conscious and caring for the environment. I think it's both compatible for Android and iOS.Any other feedback? :)
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On my Iphone I got educational apps like MathStudio, Anatomy SH (Anatomy in Motion) installed mostly just gfx calculators which basically just saves me like $100 for University.
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I’ve seen that Maddie and Matt’s Happy Earth and yes it is good but I just want to share this educational app that I have found. It is called Astroloquiz and I’ve read the reviews and the sight of the developer why he made this app. I tried it a month ago and I noticed my little girl from the way she speaks, she got new words! I highly recommend this app and you get this here - https://itunes.apple...=8&ign-mpt=uo=2

Edited by Yolly, 27 April 2013 - 01:17 AM.

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Jackie Chan

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I didn't try it yet. But interested by reading your post here. Surely will go for it. lol


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