ENTER TO WIN: $50 iTunes Card and Priddy Books From The Play and Learn with Wallace app


Play and Learn with Wallace is an exciting new series of preschool apps guided by the best practices of early learning experts and teachers. It combines educational games and stimulating interactive play in one dynamic environment to engage preschoolers through first graders in a multitude of ways.

They will learn reading skills, counting skills, problem solving, fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, and earn rewards that they can feel great about. The apps can be played by subject, or ‘super shuffled’ to create endless combinations. New games are regularly added within the app to further expand your child’s early learning experience (additional purchase required).

Introduce your children to the wonderful world of Wallace, and help them take their first steps up the early learning ladder.

Here are some stills. You can see how great your kids will think this is…plus they are learning to boot!

Play and Learn with Wallace comes from Priddy Books, the best-selling publisher of over 100 million children’s books worldwide. Download for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad here! Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 5.1  or later.

To give you a better idea of how great the app is, take a look at this trailer:

One lucky Babyrazzi reader will receive:

  • $50 iTunes Gift Card to upgrade the Play and Learn with Wallace app
  • Selection of 3 books from Priddy Books

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  1. Samantha says

    I do have some learning apps for my nephew! They are great to help him learn at such a young age!

  2. Jill Myrick says

    I have already introduced my son to Apps. While he thinks that he is having fun I know that he is really learning.


  3. Brittney House says

    We use reading and math apps. I think they help but people shouldn’t be dependent on them.

  4. Tarah says

    I just downloaded my first the other day for our son so he would leave his younger brother alone. He loves it!

  5. Margaret Smith says

    Yes, I have a few for my son and I think it’s a fun and wonderful way for the kids to learn.

  6. Ann Fantom says

    I put learning apps on my iPad for my daughter to use when she is bored when we have long waits at the doctor’s or restaurants. I think it is a good way to keep her occupied.

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