Fantastic Dinosaurs 2 is a Visually Rich Reference for Dinosaur Lovers

Fantastic Dinosaurs 2 is a Visually Rich Reference for Dinosaur Lovers

Dinosaurs may no longer roam this Earth but we can still learn about them through apps, books, and other media. Come discover these fearsome creatures in Fantastic Dinosaurs 2, the latest app from developer Oreakids to hit your digital bookshelf.

Discover 140 Dinosaurs from the Mesozoic Era

Fantastic Dinosaurs 2 is a digital encyclopedia in which kids can learn about 140 dinosaurs and prehistoric reptiles from the Mesozoic era. On each dinosaur's page, kids can read a brief description of the creature, learn about its physical statistics, and look at a size comparison with a human adult or child. They can also tap to bring up an interactive 360-degree view of the dinosaur's 3D model. A helpful narrator reads aloud the name of each dinosaur as it appears on screen.

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Rudi Rainbow Introduces Kids to Weather Phenomena and Space Objects

Rudi Rainbow Introduces Kids to Weather Phenomena and Space Objects

Teaching kids about the weather can help them learn more about the world, plus it's a great way to nurture a fascination and love for science from a very young age. There are many weather-related activities you can try, but here's one you can do before bed: reading stories about the weather. I'd suggest Rudi Rainbow, an interactive story about a little rainbow who lost his colors.

Help Rudi Find His Colors

On a beautiful sunny day, while Rudi the Rainbow is playing with his friends in Tommy Tornado's yard, Harold Hurricane accidentally causes a huge storm that blows all of Rudi's colors away. Hoping to get Rudi's colors back, Rudi and his friends search the town and meet other residents who help him: from the charismatic Eric Earth to kind Violetta Venus to eccentric Professor Hailstone.

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Toca Lab: Plants Introduces Kids to Botany

Toca Lab: Plants Introduces Kids to Botany

Every day, we see countless of plants growing around us, in our backyard, our neighborhood, our school. But do you know their names and how they grow? If you don't, Toca Lab: Plants can help you learn.

Toca Lab: Plants is the second title in Toca Lab, a series of apps designed for budding scientists. As the title suggests, the focus of the app is on growing various kinds of plants.

Evolve and Discover 35 Plants

In Toca Lab: Plants, kids can experiment to discover up to 35 different plant characters, each with its own unique personality. They start with one plant, and use different lab tools to evolve it into new species. As they play, they can discover what each plant needs in order to grow.

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Mammals by Tinybop Gets Kids Learning About Animal Anatomy

Mammals by Tinybop Gets Kids Learning About Animal Anatomy

It is safe to say that most kids love animals and learning about them. For these kids, developer Tinybop has a new interactive app that they will love: Mammals. The app comes as the ninth title in the developer's award-winning Explorer's Library series, and it sees kids exploring the world of incredible animals to discover how they play, eat, see, run, fly, grow, and feel.

Explore the World of Mammals

In Mammals, kids get to explore the anatomy of four unique mammals: Bengal Tiger, Little Brown Bat, Red Kangaroo, and African Elephant. They begin by selecting an animal from the displays, then look into each animal's interactive model to learn more about its muscular, cardiovascular, digestive, nervous, skeletal, and urogenital systems.

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Wikids is a Talking Encyclopedia for Kids

Wikids is a Talking Encyclopedia for Kids

One of the ways to ensure that your kids grow up to become lifelong learners is to nurture their curiosity. Take them to new places, and encourage them to ask lots of questions. It would be fantastic if you could always go outside and explore, but you can also learn new things while indoors with apps like Wikids.

Discover Over 190 Topics

Wikids is an encyclopedia app that contains over 190 entries on a variety of topics like animals, space, the human body, musical instruments, countries, and many more. Each entry is only approximately 80 words in written form, so it's easy to digest. It also includes audio narration and colorful images.

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