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.
  • Make a Scene: Farmyard: This is a great app to work on developing vocabulary, fine motor skills, coordination and creative thinking. This interactive game will engage your child’s creativity.
  • Finger Paint With Sounds: It’s finger painting without the mess! Enjoy picking a color to paint with and paint to the music. This app is a great way to have fun while exploring colors, sounds, and music.
  • Preschool & kindergarten learning games free: Montessori math, reading and educational puzzles for toddlers by Kids Academy: It’s preschool learning all in one package! Your child will work on letters, numbers, colors, shapes and much more with this fun interactive app.
  • Miss Olive's Backyard Games: Miss Olive's Backyard Games is full of fun animation and interaction to keep your child playing while learning their words, numbers, and sharpening their memory skills.

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