Dr. Panda Town: Vacation Takes Kids on a Voyage Around the World

Dr. Panda Town: Vacation Takes Kids on a Voyage Around the World

Now that summer vacation is approaching fast, it might be high time to start planning for that exciting family trip. Meanwhile, though, you can keep your kids busy with Dr. Panda Town: Vacation. It's the latest addition to Dr. Panda's series of urban-themed digital playsets, which we previously covered here and here. In this open-ended app, kids can explore and create stories of their own in a virtual cruise ship that features their favorite panda pal.

Cruise Around the World

Dr. Panda Town: Vacation offers 7 diverse areas to explore and more than 30 characters of various ages, ethnicities, and even species. Kids begin their romp on the virtual cruise ship's cockpit, at which point they can decide whether they want to see more of the ship or visit any of the three available islands. Whatever they choose, they are bound to discover tons of items and surprises.

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Don't Wake Up Tiger is a Sweet and Simple Story to Read with Your Kids

Don't Wake Up Tiger is a Sweet and Simple Story to Read with Your Kids

Interactive books are a great way to get your kids get involved in what they are reading. Over they years we have accumulated a list of fantastic titles, but we'd like to share with you a recent find: Don't Wake Up Tiger. Based on the award-winning picture book by Britta Teckentrup, it's cute app about a sleeping tiger and a pleasant surprise.

Don't Wake Up Tiger!

In this interactive app, kids keep a Tiger from stirring as animals sneak past her. A narrator reads the story aloud and instructs kids on what they need to do in each activity. For example, one activity asks them to rub the tiger's nose while another requires them to blow into the microphone. In another activity, they must rock their device back and forth. The story ends on a pleasant note as kids discover why the animals have been tiptoeing around Tiger all along.

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Kids Play Dinosaur Puzzles in Archaeologist Dinosaur - Ice Age

Kids Play Dinosaur Puzzles in Archaeologist Dinosaur - Ice Age

Lots of kids love dinosaurs, so it's no surprise that there are plenty of dinosaur apps for kids. Archaeologist Dinosaur - Ice Age is one of these apps, and it's a good one: fun to play and informative while also appropriate for kids.

Dig Up Bones and Assemble the Fossils

In Archaeologist Dinosaur - Ice Age, kids accompany Bonnie, a female paleontologist who journeys into an icy land in search of dinosaur fossils. They can choose from two game modes: Ice Age and Puzzle & Colors. Each mode offers 18 dinosaurs to discover.

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Sago Mini Apartment Gets Kids Playing with Cute Animal Friends

Sago Mini Apartment Gets Kids Playing with Cute Animal Friends

Do your kids ever wish they could share an apartment with their best friends? Every day would be filled with fun, and planning a get-together would be so much easier. Sago Mini Apartment lets them live out this dream, if only on their tablet.

Visit Friends on Seven Floors

In Sago Mini Apartment, kids explore a virtual apartment in which the Sago Mini friends live. Together with Jinja the cat, they take an elevator up along seven floors to meet friends and partake in various activities.

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Toca Life: After School Lets Kids Explore New Hobbies and Interests

Toca Life: After School Lets Kids Explore New Hobbies and Interests

Extracurricular activities are a great way for kids to explore their hobbies and interests. But if they are still unsure which activity they want to pursue, they can turn to Toca Life: After School for help. It's a digital playset in which kids can explore and have fun with various after-school activities.

Fun Activities on Every Floor

In Toca Life: After School, kids roam around a four-story virtual clubhouse filled with movable characters and objects. Each floor houses a unique location: the ground floor is a skate park, the first floor is an art workshop, the second is a dance studio, and the third is a sports court. Kids can scroll left or right to discover more areas, such as a cafeteria, the showers, and a rooftop lounge. They can take an elevator to move between floors.

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