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Shelly M.

Status: Beta reviewer - Video Reviewer

Categories of apps she/he wants to review: Books - Education - Entertainment - Games - Lifestyle - Photography - Productivity - Utilities - Other

iDevices she/he owns: - iPad3- iPhone4

Description: Teacher who loves technology. Avid reader. Analytical. Consumer of many Apps. I would love to have the experience of being an App Reviewer and the opportunity to 'test drive' Beta versions. Sharing my perspective would be so much fun. Thank you for this opportunity.

Profile categories: Teaching kids ages 3-5 - Teaching kids ages 6-10 - Teaching kids ages over 10 - Special education teacher or AT (Assistive Tech.) specialist

Date when her/his profile was validated: 2012-09-28

User who invited him/her: Jean-Eudes L.

Total review Karma: + 14     ?

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Her/His app reviews

Puss in Boots : Interactive 3D Pop-up Fairy Tale v1.0 [text]

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What I liked The app ran flawlessly including the pop up sections. It was easy to navigate with the arrow buttons at the bottom of the pages. The colors were harmonious and it presented a sophisticated package with the feel of a quality child's print story book. The text was clear and easy to read. The read to me voice was melodious, engaging and well paced. The music could be turned on and off at each page. The pop ups were engaging. Preschool through grade 3 would enjoy the story and the accompanying pop ups. Vocabulary expansion and historical perspective enhancement are opportunities presented.
Improvements The three brothers should be named. Carrabas comes up in the first pop up activity. The read to me option should start at both the top of the left and right pages, currently it starts only on the left page. During the read to me option having the words that are being read highlighted would improve the educational opportunity afforded by the app. Carrabas should have to be fully dressed as a nobleman in the pop up before the princess will say 'Oh, he is so handsome' and Carrabas blushes. Currently, he can be in his underwear alone, or any part of his outfit.
General review This app has the atmosphere of an old fashioned high quality print pop up storybook with modern functions. The illustrations are charming, the voice in the read to option is melodious, engaging and well paced. The music accompanying the story can be turned on and off. The app provides educational opportunities in vocabulary, history and word object matching. This should be an addition to every child's digital library.

Treasure Kai and the Seven Cities of Gold [text]

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What I liked Navigation via the arrows in the lower left and right portions of the pages works without a hitch. The narration is clear and well paced with appropriate intonation for each character . There is a read to me and an independent reading option. The music is appropriate to the theme and can be turned on and off. There are items in almost every screen that can be interacted with, i.e., the lamps, the Pterodactyl. The illustrations are professional quality and coordinated to the theme. The story line is engaging. The provides educational opportunities in history and geography. The riddles were fun
Improvements Sequencing issues: In the scene in the Grand Canyon if you click on Kai before the narration ends he pulls the needle from his bottom and transforms into an eagle and you don't know why. In the very next scene Kai is transformed into an eagle and the Conquistador Eagles are flying around him, but the narration states " When his (Kai's) beak touches the chest that the "Conquistador Eagles swooped in."
In the Solider Ant scene, Kai was not always able to 'charge through the mound". The locket in the upper right hand corner would allow children to purchase another App without their parents input.
General review The App is engaging, entertaining and has educational benefits. Having the sound effects work in both the independent and read to me mode is a nice touch. There is interaction between reader and almost every scene. There are a few hiccups in sequencing between the narration and the corresponding actions, and after the first couple of go-rounds Kai would not run through the ant mound in the Solider Ant scene. For boys and girls 7
-11.

Animal Jigsaw Puzzle! v1.2 [text]

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What I liked Twenty different farm animal puzzles are presented charmingly illustrated. One can work the puzzles from 4 to 144 pieces on the iPad and 4 to 49 pieces on the iPhone. One purchase gets both. The music can be toggled on and off. Upon completion of the puzzle the sound the animal makes is heard and an explosion of flowers. To increase the difficulty the background picture can be turned off. The completed puzzle can be emailed. The puzzle pieces snap in place seamlessly. There is access to the Game Center where scores can be compared. The App could be entertaining for preschool through Adult.
Improvements At the inception the player has the opportunity to purchase three additional Apps and across the top of the App there is access to the controls, sound, music and also to the Game Center, email, other App purchases and review opportunities. Parents might not wish their child to have access to email, purchases, the review and the Game Center. Given that these puzzles can be worked in 4 pieces, and the other features of the puzzles, this App would be suitable for preschool to age 8 children except for these features. There was only portrait mode available.
General review Twenty charmingly illustrated farmyard animals to piece together from 4-144 pieces on the iPad and 4-49 pieces on the iPhone for one price. The background picture can be turned off for increased difficulty. When the puzzle is completed the appropriate animal sound and an explosion of flowers occurs. The pieces snap together flawlessly. Time of completion is recorded in the Game Center and the completed puzzle can be emailed. Preschool to Adult.

Ride a Pony with Kate and Harry v1.0 [text]

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What I liked A captivating App for young children or those with developmental disabilities. The music is low-key, engaging and appropriate to the fairytale theme. There are no links or access to the internet. The colors are bright. The graphic are crystal clear. The player chooses to be a girl or a boy. The five different ponies have five mix and match accessories choices on four different screens including mane, tail and saddle. There are multiple opportunities for onscreen interaction as the pony and rider proceed to the castle at the end of their journey. You pay once for iPad and iPhone download.
Improvements Having a choice about the music playing would be nice. Those with developmental disabilities cannot always tolerate that stimulation. Using the iPad/iPhone sound controls may be too difficult for that audience or young children whereas they could navigate a button. The two riders presented are charming as are their outfits just as they are. Perhaps some choice as to their skin and hair color could be introduced in the next version.
General review A must have App for every young child between 3 and 5 and older children with developmental disabilities. This is an App that needs no supervision by an adult, the child can be completely independent using it. There is no access to the internet. The bright colors, clear graphics, wealth of choices in outfitting the ponies and changing interactions afforded on the journey to the castle based on those choices provides a forum for continued interest

Math Summoner [text]

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What I liked Visually this App is stunning. The graphics are imaginative, the colors are beautiful. The swooping collectors of Mana (rewards) are so graceful. The magical theme of the App is imaginative and combined with a nature theme. The 'show' upon completing a level is enchanting. The performance graph is a great feature to keep track of progress/lack of progress and the fact it can be emailed is outstanding. The 'Review' feature lists each problem missed and the correct answer and can also be emailed. The visual depiction on the 'Latest Progress' screen is fantastic. The music is charming.
Improvements A clearer vision as to the target audience for the App is needed. Starting off a level has to be passed with single digit addition and subtraction include problems with answers in negative numbers when no negative numbers are in the problem; likewise, the 'easy' geometry problems are far above the ability of anyone who would be needing practice in single digit positive number addition and subtraction. The levels take too long to pass. The Collectors take too long to gather the Mana and leave you sitting. No correct answer is displayed when a problem is missed. You cannot set the level to use.
General review A visually stunning App with many good features (progress graph, review report, etc). If one could set the level to use rather than working through each level, and if the action could be sped up it would be outstanding. It would be a bonus if correct answers would display when a problem is missed. Middle School students in particular would enjoy the magical nature theme of the App.

iHeroscope 1 [text]

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What I liked Artistic graphics and color with the Greek symbols for each astrological sign are displayed nicely along with a titillating erotic symbol. A description of the 'element', 'color' and erotic 'pose' is included for each. The erotic horoscope is for the current day and the day following allowing for planning. Each erotic horoscope includes one for 'Singles' and 'Couples'. A daily notification can be enabled, as well as a share on Facebook from settings. Tweets can be sent from the individual iHeroscopes. There is also a 'language' feature that can be set to one of five languages.
Improvements It would be informative to have an explanation of the information at the bottom of the individual iHeroscope be available, i.e., trine, axis, inclination, etc .Facebook and Twitter postings could be problematic. on the other hand, it would be nice to have an email function available. While one can set a default sign there is not automatic direction to it when the App is opened. Information on the most compatible sign for the day would be of interest to some singles.
General review iHeroscope is an App that can create a spark with that special someone. Appealing for primarily the 20 somethings during the courting stages. Mildly titillating content. I wouldn't want to be Tweeting mine or posting on Facebook, but an email function could be useful. But for lack of an email function I would give it 5 stars.

Little Digits - 1.02 [text]

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What I liked This is one of the best Apps I have seen for number learning for ages 2-5 and the developmentally disabled. Older children could use the App for basic addition and subtraction review. The graphics are engaging and clear. The music is upbeat and appropriate. The narration is clear and child friendly. The ability to record yourself saying the numbers and then revert to the default voice is an excellent learning tool. A child can explore the different ways to compose a number using the digits of both hands. The addition and subtraction problems are narrated as well as displayed
Improvements The ability to turn off the music independently of the narration would be a plus. The Cowly Owl icon on the opening page gives access to the internet and the purchase of an additional App so supervision of the child using the App would be necessary given the targeted age group. The introduction could use a voice over stating something like 'Put your fingers on the screen'.
General review Lots of learning opportunities with this App in number sense, basic math skills and number vocabulary through the use of 3 senses, touch, hearing and speech. The recording of your voice saying the numbers is a terrific. The App will hold the interest of a child through the basics of learning the numbers through learning and review of basic addition and subtraction facts 0-10. This would be a great App for the older developmentally disabled.

SirMania - Play & Learn v1.1 [text] [video]

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What I liked This is a lovely App for children to learn counting 1-10, colors, animal names and sounds. The graphics are reminiscent of a quality children's picture book and very charming. Animal identification is by picture, spoken and written word. Counting is by representation, number and written and spoken word. Identifying color is by representation, spoken and written word. The happy owl when a task is completed is captivating as are the interactions. The 'bathroom' humor will be appreciated by children. The parent instructions are outstanding. The rewards for passing a level are very cute.
Improvements The difference between the various levels is difficult to discern from one to the next. You feel as if you are repeating the same thing despite having earned your reward. The levels progress too slowly. Winter World is a very slow section to progress through. This App would be too difficult for children 2 and 3 unless someone worked with them exclusively. The menu, accessible on the start page makes supervision a must for all in the age group specified as it makes the internet and Facebook accessible. The voice's pronunciation is difficult to understand at times.
General review A thoroughly charming App for children 4-6 to learn their numbers, counting, colors, animals and animal sounds. Lots of variety and interaction in the App. The graphics are detailed and beautiful. Humor appropriate to the age group is present. Children will love this App.
First 5 minutes video review
Video review once the app was mastered

Simplex Spelling Phonics - Advanced Phonograms [text]

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What I liked A professionally produced phonics based spelling App and very user friendly. An excellent audio for voice pronounces the target word and delivers the lesson for that word. The word can be broken into syllables by the voice and a phonetic pronunciation can also be accessed. Progress is charted. The spelling language can be set to U.S., Canadian or British spelling. The method of entry can be set to either 'abc' or keyboard layout. Letters can be dragged and dropped or touched to enter. Volume can be adjusted. Mastery level can be set from 1-10. The colors were lively
Improvements Having the ability for the mastery report to be printed would be a plus. Additionally, have the mastery level control limited to access via password (known only to parent or teacher) would be a plus. While the App has very clean lines and offers no distractions, children might find some animations as rewards to be inspiring. From the envelope on the control banner email can be accessed as well as iTunes. Again, if this could be a password protected function it would be a plus. It would be helpful to have the introduction easily available for review.
General review User friendly phonics based spelling program offering a year of spelling curriculum (750 words). A lesson is presented for every word. Words can be broken into syllables and phonetically pronounced. Progress toward mastery is provided. A choice for entry can be made between 'abc' layout and standard keyboard.

RexNFoodbot [text]

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What I liked Very creative storyline an out of control foodbot that needs fixing. The player has a goal to collect codes from healthy eating to attain the goal of fixing the foodbot. Imaginative settings at the airport baggage conveyor and departure area. The emphasis on healthy eating is important. The foodbot is a cute creature composed of collage. The background music can be toggled on or off. The sounds the foodbot makes when it swallows good vs bad foods are appropriate.
Improvements There may be some confusion resulting from things like 'french fries' which are made from potatoes being a 'bad' food, i.e. not a vegetable as well as ice cream not being a 'milk' product in the context of the game. Parts of the game move a little too quickly for the lower end of the target age group I would set for this App as ages 4-7. Given the target age group, it would be helpful if the foodbot's message could be toggled to read it to the player. Food in the bathroom is a general no-no for kids, so I would suggest finding another setting for those two mini games that feature a bathroom.
General review An App that encourages healthy eating habits in children by means of a creative storyline that asks children to feed healthy food to a foodbot to collect codes to effect a repair on an out of control foodbot producing unhealthy foods. Most suitable for children in the 4-7 age group.

The Meeting App 1.1.2 [text]

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What I liked Nice crisp, business-like colors are used in the layout. The overall concept is outstanding. Colors for the drawings and mind-maps in the notes section can be chosen by the user. You can choose whom among the meeting parties get the notes and transmit them via email. It's great to be able to email the people with designated responsibilities for actions from the App. Instructions are available in 'Settings' .
Improvements The notes portion of the App is glitchy. I never could get the mind-maps to work properly. Using mind-mapping often froze the App and only deleting the App and reloading it allowed me to use any portion of the App. No editing was possible. The record/audio feature in notes takes some time to come on board leading one to think it isn't going to work. It would be great to be able to import pictures/clipart directly from the web into notes. Having tutorial information available during operation of the App versus having to go to 'Settings' would be very helpful.
General review A very nifty concept which fails in the execution in the extras, i.e. 'Notes' and ease of use. This is an expensive App at $9.99 and purchasers will expect flawless performance as well as ease in use. This could be a real game changer if everything worked and you had a 'wizard' available inside the App. Some very positive steps were taken in this version versus the last.

PhotoGridPro v2.1 [text]

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What I liked Gosh, this is one terrific App start to finish. It's super simple to use and you get a terrific result. No glitches. There are a multitude of templates to choose from and treatments for them. Photos can be resized in the templates. Photos can be enhanced within the templates or have a variety of edits applied. One of the best features is the fact that you can save your finished collage to your camera roll as well as being able to email it, tweet it, or send it to Facebook.
Improvements I'd like to be able to change the color of the textures. I'd like to be able to change the font for the text feature. I love the stickers, but I would like to be able to remove them after I have applied them without having to start over; I would like to see more stickers available.
General review Winner, winner, winner! Super easy to use with a terrific end product. Loads of collage templates to choose from. Edit your pictures within the collage and apply various effects including cute stickers. Save your collage to your camera roll, tweet it, email it, or, send it to Facebook. Works flawlessly!

The Friendly Ogre [text]

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What I liked Enticing story line holds the reader's interest. Rich, melodic narration is well paced and background music is appropriate to the theme of the story. Artistic, sophisticated illustrations give this App the feel of a quality graphic novel. Illustrations animate with reading of story. Interaction between reader and illustrations on touch.
Improvements Block Facebook. Currently is accessible from the opening page of the App and this App is designated for the age group 7 and up; the App Store also. Ability to turn off the background music and only hear the voice reading. Be able to enable narration by clicking on the lips if sound off in the main menu. Have text highlighted as it is narrated. For the American audience a US flag along with the British flag for language. Is probably more appropriate for ages 8 and up versus age 7.
General review Enticing story will hold the interest of those from aged 8 and above. The rich narration and sophisticated illustrations give the App the feel of a quality graphic novel. Illustrations animate with narration and there is some interaction between illustrations and reader. Best suited to those age 8 and above.

AdjustGrid / version1.0 [text] [video]

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What I liked I liked the fact that there were a variety of photo composition tools available to use to produce a polished professional photograph. I liked that the photographs could be shared via email and Twitter and the camera roll. I also liked that they could be printed or copied from the App.
Improvements The control buttons are very small. There should be additional instructions for use of the composition tools available beyond what there is. As is, this App is for people with some photographic experience beyond the weekend warrior stage. If you do not authorized this App to access your camera roll the pictures you think you are taking are actually not be taken. I would like to see that changed.
General review An App that is for a sophisticated picture taker. Experimentation to correctly determine which tool is best for which picture is required. Variety of photo composition tools are available. Pictures can be shared and printed from the App. Make certain you authorize access for the App to your camera roll or your pictures will not be recorded.
First 5 minutes video review
Video review once the app was mastered

Jungle Picnic 10.2. [text] [video]

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What I liked Bright, crisp colors in these whimsical illustrations catch and hold attention. The background music is upbeat and appropriate to the theme. The narration of in Story mode is perky. Highlighting text read encourages word recognition as does highlighing and pronouncation of individual words on touch. Motor skills are enhanced by touching and dragging as are sorting and matching skills in both Story and Games. Parents have access protected by two finger swipe. Cute reward stickers. Works flawlessly. Cute screen interactions on touch. Can be used independent of parents. Good age identification
Improvements I would like to be able to turn off the music. Having words shown, read and highlighted during the sorting and matching activities would be a big plus. (Currently, only the word 'red' is on one screen referring to watermelon.) The action in matching may be a bit too fast for the lower end of the age group. The pronunciation of 'zebra' in the story may seem foreign to US English speakers. I would like to see more choice of stickers for rewards.
General review This App can be used independently by children aged 2-4 to listen to, and read along with, a story and play matching and sorting games. Children earn cute stickers as rewards. Will hold their attention with whimsical illustrations in bright, crisp colors. Works flawlessly on iPad 3.
First 5 minutes video review
Video review once the app was mastered

Meet the Insects: Village Edition (1.0.0) [text]

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What I liked I like everything about this App. The narration is melodic. The music is appropriate. The organization of the material for access is excellent. The quality of the videos and photos is excellent. The range of insects covered is broad. The method of selection of various insects varies from color to scientific name. The variety of activities is phenomenal: how insects make sounds; record your own pictures and written observations in the Journal; quizzes (and wrong answers get an explanation). Good for ages 6 and up. Works flawlessly on the iPad 3. A bargain at $3.99.
Improvements It would be nice to be able to see nocturnal insects when you select the moon setting for night or learn about insect nocturnal behavior. I didn't see what changed with using the night setting from day re insects. For the younger folks, and the Special Needs children, using the App I would like there to be a narration option for the quiz questions. I would like to be able to toggle the music off.
General review Awesome App for ages 6 and up. Broad variety of activities for learning about rural insects from stories, to pictures, to videos and a Journal that allows taking pictures and recording written information/observations. Insects can be selected by color, scientific name, etc. The App works flawlessly. This will provide endless hours of enjoyment and education. In fact, interest this App will outlast whatever device you install it on.

5 Dice: Order of Operations Game v1 [text]

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What I liked Very fun way to present challenging math concepts to students and inspire higher level critical thinking skills in a non-threatening way. The simplicity of the design of the game with its black and white layout is refreshing. This makes the game look sophisticated which will appeal to older students. It's nice can you choose to dice roll method. You do not have to put in an email, it is optional. The BT connection worked easily between devices for a two player game. The instructions were clear, the tips good. Emailing scores to teacher, great The option to get paper printouts, nice.
Improvements This is such a terrific App I have little to suggest in the way of improvement. Could you please mark the email as 'optional'. I don't like students emailing each other in class or encouraging them to exchange email addresses. Another avenue for the email would be to instruct the players to enter the teacher's email (so he/she can get the student scores). When the scores are emailed I would like to know what game the student(s) were playing, the level at which they were playing if that is possible.
General review A fresh concept. A challenging and educational math game for anyone to play alone or via bluetooth with a friend. A great App to use in a Math Club or Math class. The bluetooth connection worked easily. Good for late elementary through adulthood. Scores can be emailed. Paper games can be printed from the App as well.

Fuzzy Little Caterpillar [text]

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What I liked I liked the simplicity of the illustrations and the uncluttered look of the App. I really enjoyed the Song section where interaction was required to complete the song. The added interactions with the butterfly, moth, squirrel, rabbit, ant, ladybug and ant were outstanding. The Science section was both educational and entertaining and I appreciated being able to toggle the music off from each screen in that section. The Music section had a variety of exercises in recognition of notes, pitches and phrases and provided for follow along and independent activities for exploration in music. iPad3.
Improvements My suggestions for improvement are all in the Music section. While I really enjoyed this section of the App I found I was frustrated by doing things wrong and not knowing what I did wrong. If after an unsuccessful attempt the player could be shown the correct way, this would be a welcome change. The Music section of the App is a more challenging section cognitively and skill wise (requires counting for example) in parts than the other two sections. It probably takes this App out of the range of 3, and many 4 year olds without parental assistance.
General review A charmingly illustrated App that features 3 separate sections of song, music and science concerning butterflies and moths. This App can be operated independently by children aged 3-7,
though for the younger kids, frustration may occur in some of the Music portion of the App without parental assistance.

SIMPLY MISSY HD [text]

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What I liked The jewelry box setting with the jeweled flower lid (opening screen) and the key to wind up the action was very creative. Missy is very appealing. The App preserves the windup flavor throughout. The App narration by a child is engaging. I like that the words appear as they are read. Also, I like that the shopping list and choices are voiced and appear in print. There are so many choices to make at each shopping stop that the App can be played repeatedly without anything being the same. The ending with the choices you made is lots of fun. Good for little girls 3-5. Worked flawlessly on my iPad
Improvements I would like to be able to have the words in the story be re-read upon touching them. I would like to be able to toggle the music off. While I like the fact the pace is deliberate, it does seem a bit slow. I would like to be able to go back from one screen to another without starting over. I would also like to be able to touch the items in the stores where there are words displayed and have the word said for each, not just the one I chose. Ideally, I would like to be able to do my shopping in the order I choose versus the shopping list order.
General review App is set up like a girl's jewelry box with a jeweled lid and a windup key to start it. It is very girly with shopping for a party as the activity. Each unique choice on the shopping list is reflected in the ending party. With many choices the App can be played many, many times without a repeated ending. The story is narrated and the words are shown as read. Great for girls 3-5.

Weather and Clock for Kids [text]

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What I liked The extended one week forecast on the T.V is great and allows a child to plan his activities and attire according. It is outstanding that the day of the week is both displayed and read out. The interaction with the items on the table (and fireplace) is quite fun. It's nice many of the items displayed are themed to time of day. The mouse's changing attire according to weather conditions and time of day is both engaging and instructive. That temperature is read aloud upon touch is great. I like being able to change language, F to C and 12 hour clock to 24. like that the time is read on touch
Improvements The radio channels which play the jabbering mice along with the music really have to go! My child playing that would drive me out of my mind. It would be nice if when the temperature was stated it would say Celsius or Fahrenheit or display the letter C or F by the number. The way the time is read for the 12 hour clock should be changed to common usage, i.e., two thirty versus 2 hours 30 minutes. The ability to see weather around the world is great, but it would have more impact and be more accessible to younger children if there was a map versus the list of cities and countries to choose from.
General review A fun, educational App for children 3 and up to learn about and track weather both at their locale and around the world. A full week's forecast is available and temperature can be set to Fahrenheit or Celsius. Included is a 12 and 24 hour (digital) clock, read upon touch. The forecast displays the day of the week and reads it out. The temperature is read out on touch as well. There are some cute interactive features on touch like the fireplace.

Matryoshka! deluxe [text]

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What I liked The illustrations of, and the variety of, the nesting dolls were outstanding. I especially liked that there were community workers of varying ethnicities. I liked that there were nesting dolls of equal appeal to preschool boys and girls. The skills taught via the App, sorting, matching, and critical thinking are age appropriate and important skills for preschool age children to master. I particulary like the fact that access to other Apps and the internet is protected by requiring a three second push on the button on the opening page of the App.
Improvements I would like to be able to toggle off the music. While the theme of the music is matched to the theme of the dolls and is unoffensive until it repeats, it could be a distraction or irritant to a child who needs to focus his/her attention. I would like to see more positive reinforcement each time the player puts a doll together correctly rather than the reinforcement coming only after the entire task is accomplished. Also, I would like to see a demonstration that plays showing the tasks to be accomplished before a child can start the tasks.
General review A good App to teach and reinforce preschool age children sorting, matching and critical thinking skills in a fun way. Parental involvement to demonstrate the tasks to be accomplished in the App will be needed in most cases. Varying nesting dolls are multi-cultural and depict community workers among other things. The App is beautifully illustrated and will be of equal appeal to boys and girls. This will hold their attention for quite some time.