My Little Pony App for Preschoolers

by admin on September 24, 2013

Calling all fans of My Little Pony! Hasbro and PlayDate Digital just launched a new educational iOS app for kids called My Little Pony: Party of One. It helps preschoolers learn to read and increase their vocabulary, while teaching important life lessons like sharing and friendship.

My Little Pony: Party of One

The My Little Pony: Party of One app is an interactive tale about the magic of friendship. Cartoon-quality, interactive animations allow users to enjoy a direct adaptation of the episode from entertainment, and tap to enjoy their favorite ponies, as they progress through the journey.  Starring the official voice of TV’s PINKIE PIE and featuring a host of enjoyable learning opportunities throughout each scene, the newest MLP app is an engaging way for fans and beginner readers to be entertained while learning reading skills and reading stories demonstrating social emotional values.

My Little Pony: Party of One features 17 scenes that come to life as children tap and explore each page.  Highlighted words help test and build age-appropriate vocabulary and reading ability, while social skills revolving around friendship, honesty and empathy are demonstrated as the storyline unfolds.  Parents are able to track each individual child’s progress with the ‘Parent Reporting’ feature.

The My Little Pony: Party of One App is now available for $2.99 from the App Store.

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amazon kindle books

I’ve been seriously taking advantage of Amazon’s monthly kids’ $1 Kindle book section. Each month a new list of books is released for only a dollar each. Books typically retail for $9.99, so it’s a great time to load up the Kindle for story-time. These deals are valid until September, 30 2013. Don’t have a Kindle? You can snag one here for $159!

Amazon Kids’ Books for $1 – September 2013

$1 Books for Children Ages 1-5

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Here at Tips for Toddlers, we’re always looking for new ideas when it comes to feeding picky eaters. For what seemed like forever, my daughter would only eat chicken and applesauce, pushing away any vegetable I put in front of her. That eventually passed, but in the interim I had to sneak veggies into everything I made.

A new book just came across my desk called Give Peas a Chancethe ultimate survival guide for parents of picky toddlers. It’s written by Kate Samelais, who is a pediatric nutritionist and the mom of a picky eater. Here are the details:

Give Peas a Chance provides parents with a unique set of tips and secrets to create and foster a healthy food relationship with their toddler and, most importantly, helps them keep their sanity at the dinner table.

From grazers to excessive drinkers, Give Peas a Chance covers a wide range of concerns for parents:

·        Is your toddler really a picky eater? —Many parents are surprised to find out that some “picky” eating habits are perfectly normal during a toddler’s developmental stage. Learn how to develop a sense of clarity about your child’s natural desire to eat small amounts of food on-the-go.

·        From baby food to table food—Parents are often afraid to move their toddler to table food, because they fear their toddler could not eat enough on his own. Learn how to make healthy and safe alternatives to baby food from your own kitchen that will help you make the transition.

·        How much food is enough? —Understanding key concepts, such as, it is common for your toddler to eat only one “good” meal per day or every other day, will help you learn how much food is enough for your tot to thrive.

·        Understanding your toddler’s digestive health— Supporting your child’s digestive health is one of the most important factors when potty training. Learn how to manage digestive issues through incorporating natural foods such as pear juice, garlic, and applesauce, and find out if going gluten─free is best for your child.

·        Putting it all together—Find out why foods such as yogurt, oats, leafy green vegetables, and even salmon are essential to incorporate into your child’s diet and how to put together quick easy recipes, kid-friendly table settings, and a feeding schedule that fits into your toddler’s on-the-go

Buy Give Peas a Chance on Amazon

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Sophia the First to Appear at Disney Parks

by admin on December 21, 2012

The Sofia The First character will make her Disney Parks debut in the 29th Annual “Disney Parks Christmas Day Parade” airing nationwide on Christmas Day, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 25 (10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., ET; check local listings) on the ABC Television Network.  It was also recently announced that Sofia will be joining the Disney Junior – Live on Stage! show at Disney’s Hollywood Studios and Disney California Adventure in early 2013!

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Disney’s first little girl princess, Sofia was introduced in the music-filled animated television movie “Sofia the First: Once Upon A Princess” which debuted on November 18, 2012 and became the #1 cable telecast of all time in Kids 2-5 and Girls 2-5, and the #1 preschool cable TV telecast ever in Total Viewers and Women 18-49.  A “Sofia the First” television series which continues Sofia’s journey as she learns how to adjust to royal life, premieres FRIDAY, JANUARY 11 on Disney Channel (9:30-10:00 a.m., ET/PT) and Disney Junior (5:30-6:00 p.m., ET/PT).

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Winter Safety Tips for Driving with Little Ones

Julie Kleinert, North American Child Safety Technical Lead for General Motors and Kate Carr, President and CEO of Safe Kids Worldwide have teamed up to provide a list of tips carefully designed to keep you and your kids safe on the roads this winter season. Here are Six Winter Safety Tips for Driving with Little Ones: 1. Avoid Bulky Winter […]

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