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So can a mobile game really encourage children to read? Another tablet accessory, this time for young children — and working with Android tablets as well as iPads. Those apps — Tiggly Doctor, Tiggly Story Maker, Tiggly Submarine and the new Sesame Street Alphabet Kitchen Reading — are free, using the letters to help children practise phonics, problem solving and word building skills, among others.
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Stargazer Lottie may be an interesting alternative. The character is an astronomer with her own telescope and suitably-warm clothing for night-time stargazing. Beginning life as a Kickstarter crowdfunding project, the Smart Letters will have two companion apps when they go on sale in early December — Alphamonster and Vocabubble — with more following in A neat modern twist on wooden-letter puzzles.
More micro-electronics with this kit, which blends wires and alligator clips with traditional papercraft — stickers, cutouts and stencils are included in the box. Three projects are suggested in the box, with more inspiration on the official website. Ruby is the star of the book, which is half story and half coding-related activities. Rather than teach specific languages, it focuses on computational thinking: breaking down tasks into steps, spotting patterns and more.
Alright, 3D printers may not be at the top of the list of Christmas presents for most parents — let alone within their budgets — but for those wanting to let their children loose on the technology ahead of the crowds, the Da Vinci Jr is worth a try. It promises to avoid the calibration pains of more complex models, and has its own online community for children to find interesting 3D designs to print. British startup Kano is another company trying to get children computing — and in this case, they build the computer themselves.
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