Just as I adore my two children equally, I love each and every one of my PBS Parents Learning Activities. That said, this new one is pretty darn special to me. It’s a unique Women’s History Month Learning Activity that combines writing computer code and sharks as a way to […]
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The Mousetronaut went to the moon last night, just before bed but with her teeth brushed and books read. She waved away the weighty, standard-issue space garb for her favorite owl pajamas, because, well, maybe she thinks there are owls in space. Or not, maybe those were just the separates […]
As colorful as LEGO construction in the physical world and as architecturally engaging as the pop culture phenomenon Minecraft in the virtual one, Toca Builders is a sheer delight for children. This brand new app is Toca Boca’s finest hour. And for anyone who has ever played, or watched their child […]
This was a first for us. Having had a Nintendo 3DS in the house for just about 3 months (it was a Christmas gift from Santa, one which I discussed at length here), we hadn’t yet ventured out into the virtual video game eShop that sits waiting only a few […]
Between cats playing piano and photos of Taylor Swift cavorting with Harry from One Direction, the internet is loaded with adorableness. Okay, I will concede that the latter of those may be revolting depending on your point of view, but still, young love is, generally speaking, a sweet thing to […]
In a very crowded closet, choke-full of dress-up apps — and some very terrific ones at that (see: Paper Town, a golden oldie that desperately needs an update to stay relevant) — Toca Tailor arrives today as a most elegant evening gown, hung with care from a velvet hanger. Toca […]