Thursday, September 26, 2013

Happy Birthday - 3.5 stars

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Heather H. over at Smart Apps For Kids recently reviewed this ***FREE*** birthday activities app and gave it 3.5 stars. Given that it's free, I would say that's worth downloading, no?

Since September is a busy month for me with 5 members of my family having birthdays, I thought it timely that I download and share this app with my daughter with Down Syndrome who does not deal with crowds, loud noises or emotionally overwhelming situations such as large family gatherings. She loves it! The concept of celebrating someone's birthday is something she grasps very easily and this is a good way we can prepare her for the parties, by talking about the different elements of a social celebration.

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MyFirstApp has a fantastic range of apps for young children, all of which are FREE, which is incredible given the wonderful graphics and entertaining sounds contained in each app. Happy Birthday has 12 different activities for little ones to engage in, all targeting different early learning skills, such as categorization, memory, spacial awareness, creativity and more. There are no ads and no in-purchases in this foundational educational app, so why would you not get it? Don't wait for a birthday, I say a Very Happy Unbirthday to you!

From iTunes:
"Birthdays come and birthdays go, but "Happy Birthday" app is here to stay.

Kids love birthdays - the fun, excitement, colors and presents. With this app they can have a taste of this special day, everyday, while engaging in fun, educational activities.

This game consists of some of our most popular games: "Build It Up", "Match It Up", "Families", "Baby-Chef", all with colorful birthday themes. It is designed for children aged: 2.5+.

This game is one of a series of educational games for kids by We believe that learning, playing, exploring and experimenting is what children do best. Children are fascinated with the wonderful, exciting world around them. With the touch pads revolution a whole new world of games is evolving - opening new horizons for the very young. Thus, young children can now enjoy colorful, exciting new games, helping them acquire new cognitive and fine motor skills. helps bringing this new and enriching world to the curious little fingers of young children.

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Cas has stopped putting candles on her own birthday cake and opts for a single sparkler instead.

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