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New Ferret Game in The App Store
A hit in my family
This is an iPad game my kids fight to play on since we only have one iPad.
This is a fun game for children that like animals. Learn about animal behavior, habitat, anatomy and more. Even learn about how animals are classified in the animal kingdom.
Right now it is free in The App Store. Additional animals (54 of them, so far), are available for $2.99.
Ferret is a winner in Digital Experience, Mobile at the 2014 NYC Design Awards,
you can download the app from the App Store – it‘s free! You can buy additional animals for $2.99,
Animal Crossword Game With Body Parts
The game has a hard playing board that players can sit around. The grid on it is for the tile pieces.
The object of the game is to build an animal. So, a beetle would be 4 tiles, antennae, shell, spineless and wings.
Other choices, like teeth, tail, spine, beak, etc are available. This game facilitates thinking about habitats, classes that make an animal a different part of the animal kingdom, and learn more about animals. I love that younger kids that can not read well can play with some help.
Since my kids have always loved biology this is a fun game that is educational too.
Anti-gram-it is made for ages 8+ and 2-4 players.
This is another ‘first time I’ve seen this’ for me. The WubbaNub is a pacifier with a small stuffed animal attached to the end. Cute and adorable. Also makes it easier for holding, carrying and soothing.Disclosure: I received one or more products for review purposes only. Despite the free item, my opinions remain 100% Honest and my own.This post may contain affiliate links, if clicked I may receive compensation. If a giveaway is being held: No purchase is necessary to enter. Void where prohibited by law. Odds of winning are based on number of entries received. Giveaways on this blog are in no way affiliated with Facebook or any other social media networks.