Good Free Apps of the Day - Two new Dr. Panda games Dr. Panda's Handyman - Free - rated 4.5 Stars by Rachel Bottom line: A creative and engaging app for youngsters 2-6, in which they can tear down, build, fix, and create a number of real life items without getting their heads bonked or thumbs smashed under hammers. Exactly what we've come to expect from the folks at TribePlay. It’s time for some home improvement in the FREE version of Dr. Panda’s Handyman! Help do 5 of the
Dr. Panda's Airport - FREE - rated 4 Stars by Eleanor Bottom line: Another solid piece of edutainment from the people at TribePlay. Explore an airport in a fun series of mini-games. Great for handing to toddlers/preschoolers and letting them at it while you enjoy a well-deserved cup of tea. From landing planes to running an x-ray machine, there’s a lot more fun in the full version of Dr. Panda’s Airport! Over 10 multi-step minigames in all!
Explore TWO huge cities and drive tons of different cars and trucks in Dr. Panda’s Toy Cars! Take control of a fire truck, turn on your sirens in a police car and play any way you want! If your kids like playing with toy cars, then they will definitely love this game!
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#AppyReview by Sharon Turriff @AppyMall Dr. Panda's Bus Driver: Christmas is a fun little Christmas themed app where your child gets to pretend they are a Bus Driver for the day. Drive around picking up your passengers and dropping them off where they want to go. This app is wonderful for teaching your children about road rules as well as having them follow directions. They will need to stop when told, they need to stop for people to cr
Good for:planning/sequencing, short-term memory, reasoning, and problem solving. ask questions like, What animal asked for these raspberries?” to promote memory. Planning and sequencing are parts of this app, as the child has to figure out what to do next and plan out the steps of how to do it. Oh, and I often throw in a little incidental theory of mind teaching in the beginning when the thought bubble comes up, with questions like, “What do you think he’s thinking about asking Dr. Panda?”