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    Give children the chance to explore and exercise their imaginations in this open-ended app.  Wander through the My Town school, check out the different classrooms and play with everything you can find.

    Devices: Android , iPad


    The kitchen can be an unsafe place for young children, but that won’t stop their interest in exploring all the things in this crafty place. Have them play in the BabyBus kitchen and try out all the fun activities such as preparing food, cooking and juicing, in a less dangerous manner!

    Devices: iPad


    Cut, curl, color and style – any way you want!

    Our bestselling app Toca Hair Salon is back in an even better version, with new characters, new tools, new accessories and even more hairstyling fun! 

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    Devices: iPad


    Toca Life: Vacation is part of the Toca Life series. Like the others, it's a digital playset that lets kids pretend they're going on holiday. The main screen acts as a navigation tool so kids can tap on the place they want to play: the airport, the hotel, the beach, etc.   This is an app with hours and hours of potential play for imaginative minds. And that makes the £2.99 price an absolute steal.   Kids can learn about imagination, creativity, and pretend play as they explore and create stories using the different characters and scenes to practice role-playing and try on different identities. They'll stretch their imaginations and feel totally in charge as they explore and manipulate everything on the screen, and the record function allows them to build narratives.

    Devices: iPad


    The fun part of Sago Mini Friends is being in control and directing the activities. Let kids play individually so they can choose their own animal, choose which doorbell to ring, and fully interact with each activity. However, to extract learning from this experience, teachers should use Sago Mini Friends as a prompt for discussion about social interactions, working with others, and feelings.    Sago Mini Friends lets kids touch, try, play, experiment, and observe. The characters and graphics are warm, appealing, and welcoming.   Kids can learn about playing well with others -- taking turns, sharing, and getting along with friends. They'll learn about cause and effect, seeing the impact their taps and touches have on the toys and characters. Kids are empowered to choose which house to play in and how to play, giving toddlers and young preschoolers the sense of control over their environment they crave and learn from. Sago Mini Friends lets little ones explore and learn social skills in a fun way.

    Devices: iPad


    Sago Mini Apartment takes kids to a playful environment where they are free to imagine and play. The characters are friendly and welcoming, and the activities are simple albeit fun for young kids.    Kids can practice fine motor skills by tapping and dragging objects around the screen. Some activities of light learning content, like putting puzzle pieces together to build toys or giving plants sun and water to grow. With the free play structure, kids have the chance to use their imaginations, experiment, and create stories about what they're doing.

    Devices: Android , iPad


    Discover 6 fun farming activities that allow kids of all ages to learn more about the country life and food production in the farm.

    Devices: Android , iPad


    Toca Town is an open-play environment designed for little kids to explore six town-related areas that include open-ended gameplay. Kids create their own games with its inhabitants, visit six locations, and discover hidden treasures nestled in unlikely places.    It provides a framework where characters can be moved in and around a town that has a store, a police station, a park, a restaurant, and houses and apartments.The dozen characters are diverse, and the detail throughout is really impressive and makes the learning even more fun.

    Devices: Android , iPad


    Toca Life:City app is rich and varied enough with so much to explore about diversity in places, people and lifestyles. This app provides opportunities for kids to notice urban amenities and lifestyles.     Kids can learn through imaginative and creative pretend play. They'll experiment with self-expression, routine interactions such as shopping or getting food at a restaurant, and social situations. By being in charge of what happens in their city, kids can feel empowered to try out different roles, practice different actions, or simply enjoy getting to call the shots.

    Devices: iPad


    Toca Doctor is a good starting point for off-screen human body exploration and learning how doctors treat ailments. Kids can learn about how the human body works and how it can be fixed when something is broken. The app provides an excellent backdrop for education and parents can use the app to answer questions and explain things like inoculations, teeth and sugar bugs, lungs and asthma, why do tummies hurt, how to use disinfect a scrape or cut, when to put on a plaster, what can be fixed at home and when do we need a doctor or a trip to hospital. 

    Devices: iPad


    Dr. Panda's Restaurant 2 is a casual waterfront restaurant that customers reach in a boat. Kids serve as Dr. Panda, taking customer's orders and preparing their dishes in the kitchen. The orders repeat -- pizza, a stir fry dish, pasta, salad, and soup, but kids get to choose what to put in and how to prepare it and then serve it to their customers who eat it and respond with what they liked and what they didn't -- including some fun expressions, especially with spicy dishes.

    Devices: iPad


    Toca Life: School is a fun game that’s part of a suite of apps designed to give children educational lessons with mini-games and engaging tasks.

    Devices: Android , iPad


    Dr Panda's Hospital is an app that has kids taking up the role of Vet and Doctor.

    Devices: Android


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    Devices: Android


    Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood is an interactive collection of mini-games developed to teach young children about different routines and experiences that they encounter in their lives. The routines and experiences include: going to see the doctor; getting ready for bed; bathroom routines and a sticker book where they can use their imagination to create pictures.

    Devices: Android , iPad