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Geeks With Juniors is a weblog about (geek) parenting and technology. Our posts are mostly iPad/iPhone app reviews showcasing the best apps on the App Store.

Friday
Jul252014

Announcing Our Handpicked Children’s Books with Strong Female Characters

Girls, like boys, can be anything they want to be. Sadly, some people still pressurize them to fit into narrow molds and hinder the belief that every girl can make her own decisions and lead a happy, fulfilling life.

We believe that it is our responsibility as parents to nurture our daughters to become the strong, confident individuals that they are. There are many ways to achieve this, but perhaps the easiest one is to introduce them to positive role models in both literature and real life.

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Thursday
Jul242014

Sail with ShipAntics to Find the Legend of the Kiki Beast

Kids explore a ship and solve riddles in the first chapter of ShipAntics.

We’ve come to expect high quality productions from developer StoryToys, but were still pleasantly surprised by their previous app Dino Dog. Pairing an adventurous tale with lovable characters and TV-quality cartoon animations, it was quite an entertainment.

Today, they’re following up on their achievement with a new book called ShipAntics: The Legend of Kiki Beast. It takes kids on a seafaring adventure led by Captain Fred and his crew to find the legendary Kiki beast.

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Wednesday
Jul232014

Kids Jam to Urban Beats in Fresh Fruits: Rhythm of the City

Fresh Fruits: Rhythm in the City takes kids on a musical exploration in a bustling metropolis

Young kids are attracted to sounds. They especially love creating them, which is why over the years we’ve amassed many musical apps. Among our favorites are Sago Mini Sound Box, Toca Band, Bubl Draw, and Animal Band.

The latest to join the band is Fresh Fruits: Rhythm of the City. Developed by Ereading Worksheets, the app lets kids explore a rhythmic metropolis alongside fruity characters.

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Tuesday
Jul222014

Meet the Mysterious Little People in Bramble Berry Tales

Thomas and Lily often visit their grandparents who live in the Rocky Mountains.

We quite like the Bramble Berry Tales books: The Story of Kalkalih and The Great Sasquatch. Made to promote languages that are near extinction, these books are full of cultural knowledge and positive moral messages. Despite belonging in the same series, each book can be enjoyed on its own.

The latest to join the interesting series is The Little People. It tells of the mysterious little people who roam the forest near the Rocky Mountains, where protagonists Thomas’s and Lily’s grandparents live.

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Monday
Jul212014

Pizo Animals Review: Cute Animal Jigsaw Puzzles for Kids

Kids assemble puzzles and learn facts about wild animals in Pizo Animals

Jigsaw puzzles are great for all ages; they help develop fine motor and problem solving skills, and improve concentration. With so many great benefits, it’s no wonder you can find many puzzle apps on the App Store.

The latest to enter the market is Pizo Animals from developer Sprite Kids. Made for kids ages 5 and under, it features 16 interactive animal-shaped puzzles. As kids play, they also learn fun facts about each animal.

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