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Carissa's App Picks for Kids

As seen on NBC 15

Reviewed on 10/30/14

A unique app from the creators of Sesame Street.  This app suggests "off-screen" games for you to play with your child.  It starts by asking a few simple questions (what kind of play do you want (move your body? calm down?) where you are (kitchen? bathroom? in a video chat?), how many kids are...

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Reviewed on 7/28/20

Another Sago Mini world to explore -- this one is all about camping! Right now in 2020 there's not a lot of vacations that you can safely take, but camping is one that's relatively isolated and outdoors. If you'd like to use an app while you're on your way to the campsite or to get your kids...

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Reviewed on 7/28/20

If you love the board game Heads Up! then you'll love this app! Choose a deck to play with (e.g. animal kingdom, around the house, the letter B), then hold your device up to your forehead so that you can't see the image that pops up. Ask the other players to answer yes/no questions or they can...

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Reviewed on 7/28/20

An unusual puzzle app, best for older kids and adults or for parents and kids to work on together. There are no instructions, you just have to experiment and find your way through. There are cryptic phrases in English at the completion of each puzzle (similar to Monument Valley), but other than...

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Reviewed on 6/18/20

High quality educational videos for kids, with new shows added weekly!  Unlike other kid video apps that usually curate videos that were made for YouTube or another site, the videos for All the World are all made by their own team. They are all on sorts of topics from DIY instructional videos to...

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