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Niclas14771759 Niclas14771759 2 years
I have to recommend Astrid English. Nice to look at, seems fun to play, and they really learn a look and feel about letters. My daughters 3 and 5 love it.
missnanny missnanny 2 years
I'll tell you what kind of app you need - one to tell you to get the child off the stupid device and go outside and play - that is the kind of app you need. Whatever happened to reading for lesiure or sitting down to play with you child, instead of giving them electronics to play with?
Sandy14570965 Sandy14570965 2 years
I don't know if it's available in the andriod market, but if you have an ios device I very much recommend getting Toy Store Delivery Truck. It has helped kick start learning colors and numbers, plus it's fun to watch all of the images and animations. :)
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