"Appy" Holidays!

Thursday, Dec 21, 2017 by Child & Family Development


Now that the kids are home for the holidays, they have a lot more free time on their hands. So, what better way to put those hands to work than with an entertaining holiday educational app? Check out these 5 Holiday Educational Apps

Elf on the Shelf: The ever popular book children’s book can now come to life on your phone or iPad. There are fun memory and matching games that keep your child entertained and engaged!

Word Crush – Christmas Brain Puzzles: A Christmas word search puzzle that helps develop your child’s problem solving skills.

Santa's Engineer: Help Santa build his sleigh and design all of his toys!

123 Color: Hanukkah Coloring Book: Fun, interactive coloring pages of different Hanukkah scenes.

Santa’s Christmas Village: 17 interactive games that bring lots of fun to a variety of different age groups!

Topics: Marie Arrington, C&FD Educational Services

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