Apps for Education | News
The Learning Co., a division of educational publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH), has released four new mobile games to help preschoolers play and learn on the Apple iPhone and iPad mobile devices. The games seek to help build several of the skills that are usually prevalent in educating two- to four-year-olds, including memory; motor skills; and spatial, visual, and geometric relationships.
The games include:
All four games are available now as downloadable mobile apps on iTunes, priced at $2.99 each for the iPhone and $3.99 each for the iPad.
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