Have Fun and Stay Mentally Sharp with The Secret Society App

As a busy mom I need to have occasional downtime. What I have found, though, is that in that downtime I want to do something I enjoy, but it has to be something that keeps my mind sharp, too. If I do something mindless, I’m more likely to fall into a slump and not bounce […]

Educational Apps from the Creators of Reading Eggs

We are always on the lookout for great educational apps. They are perfect when we are on the go and for use when one child is using the computer and I need an independent activity for one of the other children as well. They’re perfect for using in our homeschool, in a waiting room, in […]

A Great Reading App for Young Children

Disclosure: I received a free app download to facilitate my Reading App review. Regardless, all opinions are my own and those of my family. Do you have young kids learning to read or have a classroom of young kids learning to read? Whether you’re a homeschooler, teacher or a parent looking to encourage reading, Rhyme […]

iTooch Educational app Review

Disclosure: I received a free download of an iTooch app to facilitate my educational app review. Regardless, all opinions are my own and those of my family. I had a chance to review iTooch apps last year when it only started at the 3rd Grade level and am really excited that the new apps have […]

Tynker is now on iPad

Disclosure: I received the Tynker app download to facilitate my Tynker App review. Regardless, all opinions are my own and those of my family. In December I had the chance to review Tynker’s Introduction to Programming. It is a great program that enables children to learn programming and design. It not only helped our son […]

Talking Fingers Review

I am a huge fan of educational apps to supplement our homeschool curriculum and I was so excited to have the chance to review the Talking Shapes iPad App from Talking Fingers, Inc. The Talking Shapes iPad App is recommended for Preschool to Kindergarten age children and helps teach them that letters are “talking shapes” that stand for […]

Champs of Numeria {App Review}

Disclosure: I received a free download of the app to facilitate my review. Regardless, all opinions are my own and those of my family. This post contains affiliate links. If clicked, I may receive a portion of the sale. You know I am a big fan of educational apps, and I love sharing educational app […]

Educational apps for Holiday Travel

Disclosure: I received the That’s Baloney! app free of charge to facilitate my review. Regardless, all opinions are my own. The weekend before Christmas is just a couple days away. Are you preparing for a trip out of town? Whether by car or plane, kids get antsy quickly and we start to hear that all […]

Healthcare Information at your Fingertips – Healthgrades App

Disclosure: I participated in a campaign for Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Healthgrades. I received a promotional item as a thank you for participating. Everyone in our family have special medical needs, and we just moved. Although we moved to an area we lived previously we only had one of our three children, and […]

Night Zookeeper Story Pairs {App Review}

Disclosure: I received the product mentioned to facilitate my review. Regardless, I only recommend products I feel would be good for my readers. All opinions are my own. For more information please see my Disclosure Policy. Night Zookeeper Story Pairs is the newest app from The Night Zookeepers team that allows kids to be creative […]

Reading with Bookboard

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Bookboard. Regardless, all opinions are my own. Encouraging our children to read is important to us, so discovering an app that has books for them to read and enjoy is really exciting! Physical books get easily lost and/or destroyed around here, and the […]

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