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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.
  • Baby’s Musical Hands - Baby's Musical Hands features 15 brightly colored squares that your baby can touch. Red squares make drum sounds, yellow squares play piano notes, and blue squares play guitar notes. Every time your baby touches the screen, colorful stars will burst from their fingers. Watch them delight in the audio and visual feedback!
  • Melody Jams - Melody Jams is the awesome new way to become a rock star! Mix and match your favorite characters in fun combinations to create your own songs, then jump in and play along! Join your Melody Jam band and play new instruments, and experience the fun of making music with others. What are you waiting for, get out there and jam!


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