Dotopedia Challenges Kids to Create and Learn

Move over, Wikipedia. Dotopedia is a kid-safe way to learn. The educational app is based on the Dot. TV series, which follows Dot., an inquisitive 8-year-old girl who goes on adventures and who fearlessly sets about… read more

Learn to Code with Nancy Drew: Codes & Clues

Nancy Drew is the original STEM girl. She used her skills to sleuth mysteries and used critical thinking to solve problems before STEM turned into a gigantic trend in the past couple of years. I grew up reading… read more

DigiPuppets Bring Character to Tablet Play

Kids are being exposed to more screen time now than ever before, which is why I find myself constantly on the hunt for the best educational and learning apps for kids. Luckily, toy companies have… read more

Tiggly Words Takes Kids on Learning Adventures

Tiggly has done it again with Tiggly Words, the third addition to the Tiggly collection, adding to the sets consumers already know and love, Tiggly Shapes and Tiggly Counts. Tiggly is a learning company that… read more

The Possibilities Are Endless with Painting Lulu

Coloring books are great for kids. They encourage creativity and control, and there are a seemingly endless array of styles, characters, scenes, themes, and complexities to choose from. Painting Lulu adds to the mix with… read more