New York, NY, July 19, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Awesome Kids Apps, a website started by a group of parents who were interested in sharing their reviews of kids apps, recently released a list of its best apps for summer learning. The list features top-rated apps from award-winning app development companies including Cupcake Digital, TribePlay, Nickelodeon as well as others. The team of reviewers wanted to provide other parents a list of apps that encourage fun and learning.
The list of the top 5 apps for summer learning include: Wubbzy and The Princess, Abby Site Words Games & Flash Cards, Dora’s Great Big World, Dr. Panda’s Hospital and Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood: Play at Home with Daniel. Reviews of each app can be found on Awesome Kids Apps.
About Awesome Kids Apps
Awesome Kids Apps’ mission is to search for children’s applications that stimulate imagination, increase knowledge, challenge problem-solving abilities and help develop motor skills while having fun in the process. At Awesome Kids Apps we feel that technology should be used to promote education and creativity as much as entertain and increase productivity. With the advent of tablet computing and smartphones, we now have platforms to which our children are exposed that have become tools for learning and development outside of the classroom. Our mission is to identify games and applications for the various computing platforms and rate them based on our perception their value as tools to develop creative as well as critical thinking skills in our children instead of just occupying their time.
Technology has skyrocketed to the forefront as the primary tool for teaching and entertaining young children. Parents, educators and psychologists are all cautious about its use. It has become the responsibility of parents to make sure they select digital materials that are safe, positive and age-appropriate for their children.
We are parents, ourselves. We search for kids’ apps that stimulate their imagination; increase their knowledge; challenge their problem-solving abilities, and help develop their motor skills. We prefer apps that allow kids to have fun while learning, so they want to learn more. Our ultimate goal is to identify the apps we feel have a positive influence on out children intellectually and academically, and share our discoveries with like-minded parents.