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How to Raise a Reader


Music and Media Singing Apps


There are many attractive, cool and simple music game for toddlers and preschool kids, which inspires and encourages kids to create own music. The potential of these tools to get children up out of their chairs and engaging in learning of all kinds including music and movement, pretend play, speaking, voice tone, listening and comprehension, and rhyming.
  1. Toca Dance- Choose your dancers to form your team, then dress them for their performance. Teach them the moves by swiping the screen with your fingers. Set the stage using special effects and watch it all unfold. Record your music video so you can share it with your friends! Start warming up — it’s time for Toca Dance!
  2. Loopimal- LOOPIMAL is a building kit of handcrafted animations and sounds. The possibilities of creations and compositions are endless. With an intuitive fun gesture they can create sequences for different animals. The content is on melodic, rhythmic or movement bases. There is no goal, no wrong or right, it’s a safe kit for creation.
  3. Crayola DJ- Create great sounding music with Crayola DJ! Mix loops, add fun sound effects, then take your beats to the dance party! Play with tracks in different genres, including dance, pop, and hip hop. Then perform for an audience and earn points for mixing and scratching your music! Your color-coded music creates an exciting color and light show. Save your music and share with friends and family!


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