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Can a video game teach kids about friendship? That is the premise of this new game starring the five BFFs of the LEGO Friends toy brand.
A modern version of the classic tale where Little Red is the heroine, and she saves her granny from the wolf. The app lets you choose your own path through the woods, so when you replay it, you can experience several different endings.
Kids compose music by drawing a path across the screen for a train to follow.
Kids create scenes using special animated stickers that move and interact with the setting in which they are placed.
Kids use a set of robots programmed to do specific building tasks to construct digital worlds in which to play, create stories, and produce art.
A rich playset of digital characters and settings for kids to use in making their own stories.
This exciting tech toy lets girls become engineers as they read a storybook which asks them to build things using the toys components packaged with the book.
A little bear rides his scooter around his neighborhood to tell his friends goodnight, and in the process, practices counting the snoozing animals.
Adventure game set in the world of the Finding Nemo movie. It houses mini-games played with the characters from the movie.
A highly interactive story about a witch who has forgotten her name.
Kids use logic to dig through a grid of dirt to find buried dinosaur bones.
Fluttery wings, dark nights, and lots of fascinating facts fill this highly recommended science book app.
Nintendo DS game featuring Pinkalicious. It is based on a book of the same name in which Pinkalicious loses a tooth -- her sweet tooth!
This video game is full of puzzles where players are presented with crowded scenes where they must "spy" hidden objects that fit a riddle associated with the scene.
Kids join Ms. Frizzle's class to go on an adventure under the sea. By exploring six different locations in the ocean, kids are exposed to and play with all kinds of underwater creatures.