Slice Fractions 2 is a Fun Way to Learn About Fraction Concepts

Slice Fractions 2 is a Fun Way to Learn About Fraction Concepts

Learning fractions doesn't have to be boring or difficult. Slice Fractions 2 makes the case for having fun while learning fundamental math concepts. This fantastic app is the sequel to the award-winning game Slice Fractions. Like its prequel, it has has rich visuals, an exciting gameplay, and clever puzzles to improve kids' conceptual understanding of fractions. What's new are the unique mechanics that add a layer of complexity to the game.

Tap and Slice to Clear the Path

In Slice Fractions 2, kids help a cute mammoth get his stolen hat back through over 100 puzzles set across three colorful worlds. The goal in each puzzle is to create help the mammoth move across the screen by strategically tapping snails, adorable ghosts, or other friendly creatures. As they play, kids learn important fractions concepts such as part-whole partitioning, equivalent fractions, common denominator, and fraction multiplication.

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Fantastic Dinosaurs 2 is a Visually Rich Reference for Dinosaur Lovers

Fantastic Dinosaurs 2 is a Visually Rich Reference for Dinosaur Lovers

Dinosaurs may no longer roam this Earth but we can still learn about them through apps, books, and other media. Come discover these fearsome creatures in Fantastic Dinosaurs 2, the latest app from developer Oreakids to hit your digital bookshelf.

Discover 140 Dinosaurs from the Mesozoic Era

Fantastic Dinosaurs 2 is a digital encyclopedia in which kids can learn about 140 dinosaurs and prehistoric reptiles from the Mesozoic era. On each dinosaur's page, kids can read a brief description of the creature, learn about its physical statistics, and look at a size comparison with a human adult or child. They can also tap to bring up an interactive 360-degree view of the dinosaur's 3D model. A helpful narrator reads aloud the name of each dinosaur as it appears on screen.

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ReadAskChat Wants to Help Parents Promote School Readiness

ReadAskChat Wants to Help Parents Promote School Readiness

Reading to your kids is a great way to help them get ready for school while also connecting with them. ReadAskChat is an app that can support you at that. It's a digital library that provides stories with on-demand guidance for parents to make story time more engaging and educational.

Read, Ask, Chat

ReadAskChat contains picture books organized by themes, such as Big Ideas, Special Friends, Indoor Mischief, Math Stories, and Science Stories. While reading, parents can pull up "conversation starters" that encourage the child to talk, think, and imagine as they read together.

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Little Police is a Fun Detective Game for Kids

Little Police is a Fun Detective Game for Kids

Have your kids ever wish to become detectives? Little Police, the newest app from Filimundus, can give them a taste of what it's like to be a bona fide private eye, from gathering clues to rounding up bad guys.

Catch the Thief

In Little Police, kids take on the role as a police detective who solves thefts and find missing animals. They first listen to the client as he or she tells them about her lost item, then they rummage through the crime scene to collect clues: footprints, strands of hair, candy wrappers, etc. They can move things around the screen and zoom in to help them uncover hidden items.

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Comomola Planets is an Original Rotating Puzzle Game for Kids

Comomola Planets is an Original Rotating Puzzle Game for Kids

There are many puzzles for kids out there but none as intriguing as Comomola Planets. The colorful app, made by Barcelona-based development team Comomola, offers rotating puzzles that test your logic and concentration.

Solve the Puzzle to Create Your Own Galaxy

In Comomola Planets, kids drag slices of terrain to populate barren planets and bring life to the galaxy. Each slice can only fit in one spot, for example, a grassy piece must connect to grassy lands, a watery piece can only touch bodies of water, and so on. The challenge lies in reflexes and timing: the planet spins all the time so kids will have to be quick with their hands.

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