Animal Pants Educational App Review {Giveaway $25 G/C to Amazon}

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We love educational apps!  They are fun AND educational and I love that, especially as a homeschool mom!  Apps can be a great supplement to many curriculums and all subjects.  If you have a child that stuggles with traditonal school work they can also be a great motivation tool to help them in their learning.

Animal Pants is a preschool app that teaches children about animals all over the world.  All of my children loved animals when they were small (well, they still do)  so preschoolers will love this!  The graphics are beautiful and the animals with their vibrant colors pop off the tablet.  It is great at catching the eye and the attention of a young child.

The brainchild of a father of twin girls who wasn’t satisfied with the selection of educational apps for his preschoolers, Animal Pants is a matching game app for iPad that introduces age-appropriate learning: colors, following directions, listening skills, matching and information on animals‘ habitats, with a choice of four languages: (English, French, Spanish and German).

The game has kids match animals to their missing parts while learning about wildlife through the course of the journey.  As they go along animal facts show up so the child can learn more about each animal. Matching is so fun for any age and kids will love matching parts together to make the right animal!

You can check out the video below to see how it works!

I love the fact that the team at Alchemist Kids has committed to donating a portion of the proceeds from the app to help support wildlife conservation and endangered species through the World Wildlife Fund.  I love when portions of our money to buy things go to good causes!

You can check out basic Animal Pants  on iPad for free; if you want to add more content, you can do so for as little as $0.99.

Giveaway:  Animal Pants will give 25.00 gift code to Amazon to one of my readers.  Open to US residents only! To enter join the widget below:

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  1. Elle says

    Yes, we use a lot of educational apps in my home especially for reading/writing and math.

  2. KJ Skib says

    We do. My girls are still preschool age and they love the apps that make letter sounds and math.

  3. Chelsey Jones says

    I have used some educational apps, but would like to gain more knowledge with them and which ones are the best.

  4. Tina Marie says

    We don’t use educational apps yet in our home, but we would love to start. Thanks for the giveaway!

  5. Karen Deva says

    No, not really. My kids are middle-school-aged and prefer to go to specific websites for information.

  6. Gina M says

    We use educational apps in our home. Right now my son likes the ABCmouse app.

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

  7. Barbara Montag says

    The kids are grown so we don’t.
    But we do a bit with the grand kids.
    thank you

  8. Melinda Dartmann says

    My children are all grown and gone. But I do have my grandchildren over and I use educational apps with them along with the fun stuff!

  9. Myrna Kasick says

    No I don’t use educational apps in my home, but I probably would if my kids were younger.

  10. Sarah L says

    No kids so I don’t use this kind of apps. My friend does.
    Thanks for the contest.

  11. marian boll says

    For my great granddaughter, we have videos that show all shapes, sizes, colors. etc..

  12. Tory says

    I don’t use apps like this but I do use apps that aid in studying for older students – like quizlet.

  13. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says

    yes we use them to keep the kids quiet when we are waiting atr doc and such
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  14. jenn giannetto says

    we have not started to use education apps yet but i think as my son gets older they will be useful

  15. Dawn Monroe says

    I try to encourage my grandkids to use ed. Apps. but they dont enjoy them. The good thing is that now a days the sites they do like, Dora, Disney and others, are partly educational games with out the child knowing. I love being a sneaky Nana.

  16. Jill Myrick says

    Yes, I use educational apps in the summer to keep my children interested in learning why school is out.
    They also help them to progress when school is in.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

  17. Brittney House says

    Yes, mostly to keep the kids busy while in the car, shopping, or out to eat.

  18. Valeen N says

    Yes, we use educational apps! Our kids love them and I like that they are actually learning while playing!

  19. Jennifer says

    No, we don’t use them right now, but we will probably start using apps when they get older.

  20. Leslie L Stanziani says

    We use educational apps all the time in my house.I home school my 4 kids and find when they have fun they retain the knowledge better.

  21. Angela P. says

    Yes… we do. My kids love them. Especially the ABC mouse app on the kindle fire.

  22. Ashley C says

    We absolutely use educational apps. Technology is a part of life now, you might as well make it educational!

  23. Rachel F says

    Yes we do use educational apps. My son is autistic and his therapists use quite a few educational apps to help him.

  24. Jo Ann F says

    My daughter uses apps with my grandson. He is 3 so he likes to play games while he is learning.
    jofo120 at yahoo dot com

  25. Carissa Joslyn says

    We do. We have a Ipad I got for my Birthday last year. My kids only get TV/electronic times, but when they are able to use the ipad that’s basically all that’s on there, and angry birds for my oldest. ha

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