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Highly Rated Kindle Fire Word Games and Apps

When is the best time to teach a kid to read? This is one question which has no definite answer. Some parents start teaching their kids to read even before they turn one while other parents prefer to wait till their kids are a bit older. Regardless of what age parents start teaching their children to read, the ultimate goal is for them to learn reading as it is one of the foundations of academic success.

In teaching kids to read, parents can use books, flash cards, visual aids, and even gadgets. Kindle Fire is one of the most popular gadgets among parents because of its many advantages. It is very handy and you can install as many Kindle Fire educational apps in it. But the tough job for parents is in deciding which Kindle Fire education apps to install.

If you are using Kindle Fire as a leaning tool, your kids’ learning experience will largely depend on the Kindle Fire educational apps that you install. And with hundreds of Kindle Fire educational apps available in its app store, it’s really hard to make a choice. To help you, we have come up with a list of highly rated Kindle Fire educational apps.

1. Words for Kids (Games)

Kindle fire games for kidsPrice: $1.24 

Words for Kids is one of the most basic of Kindle Fire educational apps. It helps kids master the commonly used words for kindergarten through third grade. It combines fun and interactive games to help kids learn and retain what they have learned.

Great Features

  • Teaches kids to read and write common English words
  • Helps parents identify problem words through progress report

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Posted by Anndy Lou - July 18, 2012 at 7:52 am

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Kindle Fire owners can lend Harry Potter e-books

Amazon.com bought an exclusive license from author J.K. Rowling’s Pottermore electronic book business (begins June 19 and includes e-books in English)  to make all seven Harry Potter e-book available to lend through the Kindle e-readers and tablets like Kindle fire.

“We’re absolutely delighted to have reached this agreement with Pottermore. This is the kind of significant investment in the Kindle ecosystem that we’ll continue to make on behalf of Kindle owners,” said Jeff Bezos, founder and CEO of Amazon.com.

Subscribers of the Amazon Prime service, can borrow (the deal only allows for borrowing of the ebooks) the electronic versions of Harry Potter e-books. in other words The series, which cost about $87 in retail, can now be “borrowed” for free, from any Kindle Fire.

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Posted by Mashhour Alharthi - May 10, 2012 at 8:07 pm

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Dora Movies & Books on Kindle Fire for Kids

There are quite a lot of Dora the Explorer books and movies, and now you can get some of them on your Kindle Fire for kids. We reviewed a few of the available Kindle Fire for kids ebooks as well as a couple of movies which will be available on your Kindle Fire very soon! Have a look and see what your kids can get from these fun adventures.

 

Dora is a great role model for all kids, but especially for girls. She is brave and adventurous, and she can teach kids a lot about having fun safely in a world that needs to be taken care of.

 

Count with Dora! – eBook

Learning to count is something that can be incredibly fun for kids – if they have the right inspiration. If your kids love Dora, then this Kindle Fire for kids book is perfect for helping them to learn to count.

Kindle Fire book for kids

Features:
• This is the ebook version of the popular counting book with Dora the Explorer.
• Educational and fun for kids.

 Buy from Amazon – Price: $3.99

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Posted by Mashhour Alharthi - May 2, 2012 at 2:39 pm

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Barney Movies & eBooks on Kindle Fire for Kids

The Kindle Fire isn’t just an adult tablet, Kindle Fire for kids books and apps can be fun and educational. From counting and number games to sing-alongs and lessons about everyday life, there are now a number of fun and educational apps available for the Kindle Fire which will get your kids excited about learning with their favority purple dinosaur, Barney. To help you find the perfect Kindle Fire for kids ebook or app that features Barney, we’ve reviewed a few options below.

 

My First Sing-Along Book

Barney the dinosaur, along with his friends Baby Bop and BJ, sing your child’s favorite Barney songs in this fun Kindle Fire for kids ebook. The board book version comes with an audio CD, which can get scratched or lost. If your child loves singing along with Barney, this is the perfect ebook for the Kindle Fire.

Amazon Price: $2.99

Features:

This is the ebook version of the popular Barney book My First Sing-Along Book (Barney the Dinosaur).

Barney is a great character for kids, and he can help your kids to learn important lessons, too with these Kindle Fire for kids books and movies.

  

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Posted by Mashhour Alharthi - April 25, 2012 at 10:21 pm

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