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    Quote Originally Posted by KukiMomster View Post
    oooh! i wasnt aware there were apps for kids! now i want an iPhone! LOL
    Alternatively, get an iPod Touch if you don't want a phone contract.

    My 3yr old loves Angry Birds, Diner Dash and Cooking Mama on my iPod Touch.
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    yes, we have the iPod Touch too since we use a blackberry and have access to all the same applications through iTunes.

    It's actually great b/c we can download all of my son's Blue's Clues episodes, Yo Gabba Gabba and Wonderepets in case of total meltdowns in public since it's so compact. It will also be our back up dvd player on our 19+ flight home this summer.

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    my kids LOVE the tv show...thx!

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    Ladies... U have given me a legitimate excuse to get an Iphone now! Thanks! Didn't realise it could be that educational! Good thing Mother's Day is round the corner!

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    My 2 yr old and 4 yr old love the "Doodle Buddy" app. Basically, just a blank page for drawing and stamping (and the stamps make noises). It's saved many a meltdown in restaurants etc.

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    we have the ipod touch as well (I use blackberry) my 3.5yr old likes FW Deluxe, you slide the letters around to make the word on the screen and then it spells and says the word after.

    if you have a kid who likes to be read to, the curious george series is good. you can even record your own voice reading the stories.

    MyName - lets you enter in names that your kid can spell by tapping in the letters in the correct order. the bad thing about this one is that it doesn't say the name after you've spelled it.

    Sesame street also has free podcasts for download

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    Toykit is also a favourite for my sons!

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    FYI. ABA flashcards by kindergarten.com are free this month!

    How do you download videos? I can't get to iTunes from my phone it says not supported in this country!

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