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Announcing the Lemon Lumberjack’s Letter Mill App

Lemon Lumberjack

I downloaded a brand new learning and entertainment app that I think Andrew is really going to like. It is called Lemon Lumberjack’s Letter Mill. It is a free to play game but you can unlock more levels and games by purchasing the full app for $2.99. You can download the Lemon Lumberjack’s Letter Mill app from the iOS App store now and the Google Play Store later.

The app is cute and will be helpful for andrew in learning how to spell. He can identify all his letters without any issue. With this app he can play games to put letters together to spell words and more. There are six levels of game play from identifying a letter and giving it to the right character. Each character has a cute little name and there is a character for every letter of the alphabet. Then the games get progressively more challenging until the last level where you pick items off the conveyor belt that begin with specific letters in order to spell a word for each of the three characters on the screen. You can learn more about the app below.

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App Alert: Blaze and the Monster Machines

Blaze and the Monster Machines App

Blaze and the Monster Machines is one of my son’s favorite shows. So, when we were asked to review a new app for Blaze and the Monster Machines we were very excited to try it. We received a download code so that we could play with and review the app. Opinions are 100% my own.

The game is essentially a simple driving game but reinforces the concepts of acceleration, adhesion, force and friction. We’ve watched all of the episodes of the show so far and many times over, I might add. There are some good concepts being taught here and seeing them in the game as well is a good supplement to the curriculum of the show. Andrew picked up the game quickly. He played through many of the tracks and then he started to create his own tracks. He refused to let me help him build any of the tracks so they were all pretty much “L’s” He’s drag his finger downward and then across. Then he’d stick on the different hazards and power ups. I may try and make him a few tracks next time before I give him the iPad.

The game has nice graphics, the voices of the characters and a lot of the fun that makes Blaze a good show. There are some more details below. Continue reading App Alert: Blaze and the Monster Machines