If you’ve got a budding vet in the house, you are definitely going to want to shell out £1.99 for the latest offering from..
We featured Wet-Dry-Try back in 2012 and it’s now even better as, along with capital letters and numbers, it features lowercase..
If you’re already familiar with Chris Judge’s book The Lonely Beast (Andersen Press, RRP £6.99), then you’ll love these..
We’re a household of geeks, so it was no surprise to find that Alfie was instantly a fan of Hopscotch, a clever little app that..
Nosy Crow’s digital interpretations of classic fairy tales The Three Little Pigs, Cinderella and Little Red Riding Hood are great fun..
The Endless Alphabet app is definitely a favourite in our house, so we were delighted to discover the follow up – Endless Reader. It..
I’m still not a fan of them as a learning technique, but now Alfie is at school phonics have become a fact of life. Luckily, he seems..
It’s no secret that I’m a bit of a nerd, so it’s no surprise that Toca Lab has gone straight to the top of my..
I’m a long-term devotee of all things Polaroid – our wedding guest book featured instant snaps of all our guests – so,..
An app featuring a bearded sailor didn’t immediately grab me as a winner for kids, but one look at the beautiful illustrations and..
If anyone asks me to recommend apps for children I always direct them to Toca Boca as I know they’ll find something there their..
We’re loving Axel Scheffler’s Flip Flap Farm book (Nosy Crow, RRP £7.99) at the moment – it really reminds me of flip..
I’ve absolutely loved having a play on this cute little app and I’m sure Alfie is going to love it when he gets to try it out..
We love all things Wee Society, so it’s no surprise we’re fans of their latest app, You Things. Using their signature cool..
Once I had kids, I discovered how bloomin’ inaccessible tube and train stations around London were. Stair free journeys were plotted..