DiaryZapp Makes Journaling Fun for Kids

DiaryZapp Makes Journaling Fun for Kids

Journaling is a great activity for kids. More than just a way to practice writing skills, keeping a journal can help kids explore their ideas, organize their thoughts, and express their emotions. Along the way, they can also learn more about themselves.

With all that said, getting kids to journal regularly can be a real challenge. The DiaryZapp app attempts to solve this problem by providing a safe and interactive space for kids to capture their daily adventures.

Let's Journal

DiaryZapp is an interactive journal where kids can record their experiences. They can write, draw, and decorate their journal pages, and share them with friends and family. The more kids add to their journal, the more rewards they can unlock.

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We ARGH Pirates by Avokiddo is a Fun Adventure Game for Kids

We ARGH Pirates by Avokiddo is a Fun Adventure Game for Kids

Treasure hunts are a great way to keep kids entertained. Developer Avokiddo proves this with their latest app, We ARGH Pirates. It's an exciting adventure game in which kids help a quirky band of pirates on their quest to find a hidden treasure.

What's It About

In We ARGH Pirates, kids follow a treasure map through eight unique locations on the Island of Gems. Each location presents its own set of challenges, and kids must be prepared to use their wits and quick reflexes to stay ahead. At one location, for example, they must steer the pirate ship through perilous water while collecting cannon balls and avoiding giant rocks. At another location, they must figure out which series of doorways will get the crew to the top of a volcano. Once they get to the volcano, they must then navigate their way through fiery pits. There's a good mix of puzzles and arcade action to go around, so kids are sure to have fun playing.

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TALU Town Encourages Kindness Through Interactive Playset

TALU Town Encourages Kindness Through Interactive Playset

In a world filled with so much hatred and turmoil, kindness is one of the most important things we can teach our children. Little 10 Robot aims to help parents with this task with their new app, TALU Town. It's a digital playset that helps kids develop empathy while also practicing a range of cognitive skills.

What's It About

TALU Town is an interactive experience in which kids drive around a virtual city and help friendly characters with various tasks—disguised as mini games. Each task requires kids to put on their thinking cap as they practice counting, matching, sorting, shapes, puzzles, and more. Completing each task allows them to earn stars, which can be used to buy new cars and outfits.

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Sago Mini Farm Get Kids Telling Stories About the Farm

Sago Mini Farm Get Kids Telling Stories About the Farm

Farms are a popular theme for kids' apps—every developer seems to have made one. Sago Mini is the latest to join the club with their latest offering, Sago Mini Farm.

All About the Farm Life

Sago Mini Farm is an open-ended playset where kids can explore and create stories of their own in a virtual farm filled with friendly characters, barnyard animals, and interactive surprises. There are several areas to discover, including a barn, wheat field, mud pool, vegetable garden, lake, picnic area, and sandbox. Kids simply scroll left or right to navigate their way around the farm.

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Ants Can't Dance App Has Dancing Animals and Funny Puns for Kids

Ants Can't Dance App Has Dancing Animals and Funny Puns for Kids

Kids love stories, especially ones that can make them laugh out loud with silly imagery and words. Ants Can't Dance is one of these stories. It's the latest digital storybook from The Happy Dandelion, and it's packed with humor, hand-drawn illustrations, and a handful of fun interactive elements. The story, told by a human narrator, follows the notion that animals have no dancing abilities. Of course you'd soon learn that it isn't entirely true.

An Animal Dance Party

In Ants Can't Dance, every page contains an illustration of an animal alongside punny comments on that animal's dancing ability. For example, the opening page mentions that ants can't dance because they have three left feet. Another page describes polar bears' inability to dance are due to their "cold feet".

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