Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Christmas Apps

Christmas Apps: 

Ask Santa Claus is a great way for kids to discover and learn to spell three letter
 words while getting in the holiday spirit.

Christmas Matching Game is great for little ones.  
It allows them to work on developing visual discrimination.

Christmas Tale HD brings the holiday spirit to you, unfolding Christmas events as you move through the pages.  This app contains a Christmas countdown, a Christmas piano, a tree to decorate and much more!

Christmas Tree Maker Free is an app that allows you choose a tree, tree skirt, lights, garland, and different shapes, sizes, and colors of ornaments to decorate your very own tree! 

Toca Hair Salon Christmas Gift is a free app where you can cut, color and style Santa Claus beard and hair! In this Christmas edition of the smash hit Toca Hair Salon, you can choose between styling Santa Claus or a funny Christmas tree!

Kiids Christmas Pattern Game is a fun way for student to
 practice solving sequence and pattering puzzles. 

Talking Santa for iPad HD is a silly app that allows you to speak into your microphone and listen to Santa repeat your special holiday message aloud.  With this app you can create and share 3D animation greetings and Christmas cards.  It's $2.99 

Twas the Night Before Christmas is a great interactive Christmas book.

Gingerbread Apps:

The Talking Gingerbread App is a free app that lets you interact with 
the gingerbread man by having him dance  or play music, decorate him and much more! 

The Gingerbread Man App is an interactive Songbook story. The animated book is engaging and there is even a paint and play feature that allows kids to interact with the illustrations. 

This is a super cute The Gingerbread Man App for use on an iPad or iPod Touch for 99 cents. It's an interactive children's storybook. Students can choose Read to Me or Read by Myself. 

This Gingerbread House Maker App is available for only 99 cents and is a simple and non-messy way for kids to decorate a gingerbread house!

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer:

This book includes music, background audio, and authentic clips from the 1964 TV special! To promote reading, individual words are highlighted as the story is read. Three ways to read this online book: read to me, read it by myself, and auto play.  It's $1.99 but worth the money!  

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