Parents
How to Raise a Reader


Music and Media Playing Apps


Children learn best when they are interactive and engaged. Have a program that is collaborating with your child to encourage them to play, think and learn while having fun. Your child will have fun playing these apps while building, hand eye coordination, fine motor skills, verbal/language skills such as speaking, making sounds, and singing, observing, experimenting and using tools and technology.
  • Sago Mini Hat Maker - Learn through creative play. Build fine motor skills with the scissor and stencil tools, develop creativity with the paint and sticker tools, and practice numbers and counting with the cash register.
  • Artie’s World - Follow Artie and the Magic Pencil on another exciting and educational adventure, but this time across a whole new world! Navigate the maps, and when our hero has an idea, tap the lightbulb, connect the dots and watch your creations spring to life with funny animations and high-quality audio.
  • Preschool Puzzle Town - Kids can explore this interactive town that’s full of engaging activities for young children – including Highlights’ famous Hidden Pictures® puzzles and more!


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