Need an activity for your little ones that’s safe, fun, warm, and educational?
There’s an app for that!
No, really….the Pierce County Library system has screened and hand selected the very best apps for kids. I know there are So Many; wading through them and trying to find something developmentally appropriate can be a serious chore.
Well, it’s a chore no more, because the trusted team at the Pierce County Library (one of the nation’s best library systems) has done it for you. They’ve found the ones that are truly educational and just right for your 2-6 year olds.
“Pigeon Presents Mo…on the Go!” and “Grow a reader” and “Minecraft pocket edition” are a few of the new apps recommended by Pierce County Library System. The library’s recommended app database features 64 apps for preschoolers and 18 apps for kindergarten through second grade. To be chosen, an app must support the five research-based early learning practices of talking, singing, reading, writing and playing. Both Android and Apple apps are reviewed. Many apps are free, and recommendations are updated several time a year!
What are you waiting for? Find the full list of recommendations at the library’s Digital Kids page.
Bigger kids and grown-ups aren’t left out. The Pierce County Library has many digital offerings for kids and adults, including music, magazines, movies and TV shows as well as e-books and audiobooks. Download or stream to your electronic device of choice. All free with a Pierce County Library Card.
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Disclosure: We are proud to be sponsored by the Pierce County Library System. Thank them for their support of Sounds Fun Mom if you have a chance!