Upload
5,779

Subscription preferences

Loading...

Loading icon Loading...

Working...

Children's Technology Review

Endless Numbers

1,353 views 1 week ago
Following the success of Endless Alphabet (CTR Feb 2013), this free version of Endless Numbers (also called Endless 123) humorously introduces numerals in the context of simple addition math equations. Conceptually it is a wonderful early math experience; but note the in-app sales.
Read more
Following the success of Endless Alphabet (CTR Feb 2013), this free version of Endless Numbers (also called Endless 123) humorously introduces numerals in the context of simple addition math equations. Conceptually it is a wonderful early math experience; but note the in-app sales. Show less

Recent uploads Play

  • Facciamo (Let's Faces!)

    • 5 hours ago
    • 25 views
    Ready for something a little different? One of the treats from the 2014 BolognaRagazzi Digital Prize (in the top 20 list) was an Italian app dedicated to the exploration of human faces. Based on th...
  • Shape the Village

    • 22 hours ago
    • 139 views
    Sixteen shape puzzles are hidden in a village scene. Can you put everything back together? Especially noteworthy: the hint button that snaps the shapes into place -- creating an excellent ZPD (Zon...
  • BeBop Blox

    • 1 day ago
    • 124 views
    Twelve musical shape puzzles make up this playful drag-and-drop building challenge, one shape at a time.
  • NERF Cam N-Strike Elite CS-12

    • 1 week ago
    • 1,043 views
    This is a battery-operated toy rifle that shoots foam darts from a 12 dart clip. It is powered by 8 AA batteries. Photos and video footage are stored on a removable SD card.
  • Angry Birds Stella App and Collectibles

    • 1 week ago
    • 764 views
    Hasbro is expanding the Angry Birds/Rovio relationship with more collectible items and a telapod magnifier that lets you play with your toy inside the app.
  • NERF Combat Creatures Attacknid

    • 1 week ago
    • 577 views
    Hasbro's NERF Combat Creatures Attacknid ($80, Fall 2014) is a new way to drive, shoot and torture your brother/sister/cat. Uses the NERF dart system. Controlled by an infra-red remote (included).
Loading...
Working...
Sign in to add this to Watch Later

Add to