Today's app is the Favorite Kids Songs, Nursery Rhymes and Baby Lullabies app:
Favorite Kids Songs, Nursery Rhymes and Baby Lullabies (http://brainsterapps.com/) Collection of classic children's songs, lullabies, and nursery rhymes for preschool, babies, and children of all ages; each song comes to life with rich animations and sounds; synchronized song lyrics allow the child to follow the songs and sing along, helping to develop early reading skills, vocabulary, and language development; songs included: “Wheels on the Bus,” “Itsy Bitsy Spider,” “I Have Two Hands,” “Open Shut Them,” “Up and Down,” “Time to Change,” “Time to Eat,” “Stretch Ourselves,” “Wash Your Hands,” “Way Up in the Sky,” “Let's Do Some Hopping,” “Who is Ready for Preschool?,” “Grand Old Duke of York,” and “Head Shoulders Knees and Toes”; (iOS 6.0 or later).
More Children's Music Apps this week!
Let's Go to the Opera! (https://www.facebook.com/DADACompany/) Join a group of schoolchildren visiting the Opera House and be greeted by a friendly tour guide who will show all the nooks and most intimate secrets about the theater’s inner workings including orchestras, singers, choirs, dancers, lights, and scenery; discover how the show and the professionals who make it possible work; explained in a playful and didactic manner; illustrated by John Berrio; recommended for children between ages 5 and 12; unique opera experience for the whole family to enjoy; travel through the history and origins of opera; discover genres and operatic themes; learn about key representatives of the genre; observe theatrical architecture and structural elements; learn about types of opera singers, choruses, ballet, and more; role description of each member of the orchestra; how a stage director works; find out about technical duties including tailoring, stagehands, illuminator, set designer, seamstress, sewing, costume, makeup, and characterization; introduction to major opera composers; child will learn many new concepts associated with opera performance; app provides a safe environment for children, containing no third-party advertising or in-app purchases; acquire or expand user knowledge related to the opera; ideal as educational support for teachers; texts and dialogue in English, Spanish, Catalan, Galician, and Basque; detailed original artwork from artist Juan Berrio; develops the ability to analyze lyrical production; promotes the education and diversification of musical tastes; acquire vocabulary of the processes involved in developing an opera; encourages participatory methodology; (iOS 6.0 or later).
Today's app is the Kapu Bloom Tunes app:
Kapu Bloom Tunes (https://www.kaputoys.com/en/) Combines two of the most awesome pastimes, creating music and painting; teaches the basics of how melodies and tunes are crafted in a fun and surprising way; digital toy designed for ages 0-3; kids dig deep into the ground to find and decorate the seed of a mystical melody flower; painting will make the whole soil resonate with beautiful chords and joyful melodies, inspiring little ones to further explore the world of music and create their own compositions; pouring magic water over the seed will make it sprout as a happy little plant which will in time bloom into a colorful flower full of life and music; when tickled the plant will sing an ever-changing melody; plant knows how to sing familiar nursery rhymes as well as dozens of cheerful little compositions of its own; by giving it a spin of its petals, the child can explore and experiment by speeding up, slowing down, or playing in reverse the magical small melodies; learn about the small pieces all music is made of; gameplay and intuitive controls have been designed so that there is no wrong way to play with the toy; everything the kids do will make it work; no high-scores, time limits, or difficulty levels; (iOS 8.0 or later; Android 4.1 and up).
Today's app is the Sesame Street Makes Music app:
Sesame Street Makes Music (https://www.sesamestreet.org/) Children can explore instruments, tempo, and musical creativity; join the Sesame Street band and rock out with favorite characters to six classic songs; get transported to a tropical island and play the vibraphone in a reggae version of “If You’re Happy and You Know It” or to a family farm for a jug band rendition of “Old McDonald”; encourages musicality and creativity by introducing children to different instruments and musical genres while playing along to classic preschool tunes; child can play songs with the band or explore instruments on their own in the Sesame Street concert hall, playing fast and slow rhythms to their cheering fans; play along with Abby, Cookie Monster, Elmo, and Ernie; includes ten popular children’s songs; ten user-controlled instruments to play with; Band Mode; Free Play Mode; hear different genres of music from around the world; learn about and play various instruments; learn to manipulate musical sounds and elements; explore tempo and beat-keeping by playing instruments fast and slow; (iOS 7.0 or later).
Today's app is the Toc and Roll app:
Toc and Roll (http://minimusica.tv/toc-and-roll/) Tool designed to help children start composing songs and cultivate their creativity; like a portable studio; gives children the chance to mix different instruments on a virtual multitrack; can add effects, record their own voices, and share results with the world; no in-app purchases, extra costs, or ads; interface and compelling graphics; over 1000 different sounds of ten real instruments; helps children to discriminate sounds and develop hearing; no MIDI, only real instruments; record own voice to make a unique song; add funny effects like Reverb, Delay, or Vocoder; learn to mix songs; control the volume and effects for each track independently; complete songs of any length; adjust tempo; add a title to a song and upload it to Youtube and share on Facebook, Twitter, e-mail or SMS; real instruments include Guitar (acoustic and electric), Bass, Drums, Piano, Glockenspiel, Percussion, Trumpet, Sax, Violin, and Voice; (iOS 7.0 or later; Android 2.3 and up).
Today's app is the Crayola DJ app:
Crayola DJ (http://www.legacygames.com/) Create great sounding music with Crayola DJ; mix loops, add fun sound effects, and take beats to the dance party; play with tracks in different genres, including dance, pop, and hip hop; perform for an audience and earn points for mixing and scratching music; color-coded music creates an exciting color and light show; save music and share with friends and family; almost 100 exclusive loops created by professional DJs; different musical genres and instrument types for a variety of mixes; makes music production and mixing easy; mix multiple tracks simultaneously for professional sounding mixes; use real DJ tools such as crossfaders, sound effects, tempo slider, and more; earn points while performing and scratching for a dance party; music performance creates a unique and personalized color and light show; compete for the love of the audience with a friend in 2 Player mode; (iOS 7.1 or later; Android 4.0 and up).
Today's app is the Loopimal app:
Loopimal (http://www.yatatoy.com/loopimal) App for young kids to learn about making music; building kit of handcrafted animations and sounds; possibilities of creations and compositions are endless; with an intuitive fun gesture user can create sequences for different animals; content is on melodic, rhythmic, or movement bases; no goal, no wrong or right; safe kit for creation; (iOS 5.1.1 or later).
Today's app is the Easy Music app:
Easy Music (https://montessori.edokiacademy.com/en/our-games/creativity/easy-music) Initiation into the world of music; animated app introduces kids aged 5+ to musicality; children learn to recognize notes, pitch, rhythm, and melody in a nature-inspired game environment; interactive sand castle serves as a musical playground where curious kids can experiment with various instruments, genres of music, and objects freely to compose their first music piece; kids learn to listen in order to learn how to play; child will have fun exploring an evocative world while mastering skills fundamental to both the performance and enjoyment of music; includes four enchanting worlds to recognize notes, pitch, rhythm, and melody; two unique learning paths: Practice Mode or Compose Mode; rainbow piano to play familiar tunes; reviewed and approved by Professor Evan Fein; concept by musician and educator Michael Emenau; up to 40 kids’ profiles from the same account; no ads or in app purchases; ignite a curiosity about learning music and be prepared to play a new instrument; (iOS 8.2 or later; Android 2.3 and up).
Children's Music Apps this week!
Toca Dance (https://tocaboca.com/app/toca-dance/) Become a star choreographer ready to create routines for dancers; includes characters, costumes, and songs; choose dancers to form team; dress them for their performance; teach them the moves by swiping fingers; set the stage using special effects and watch it all unfold; record music video and share with friends; choose from ten quirky characters; try on outfits with different themes: glowing neon, sparkles, superheroes, animals, and more; experiment with special effects and lighting; dance to eight soundtracks; make own music video; fun original graphics; open gameplay; kid-friendly interface; no third-party advertising; (iOS 7.0 or later).
Today's app is the Nursery Rhymes: Baby Songs Videos for Kids Games app:
Nursery Rhymes: Baby Songs Videos for Kids Games (Andre Scheidemantel) Search and find kids videos and channels easily and safely; turn screen time into learning time; hand-picked videos of nursery rhymes, documentaries, and cartoons; no inappropriate content; KidsPlay TV was designed and developed by parents; videos are pre-screened and moderated for quality, safety, and age appropriateness; browse categories; kid-friendly navigation; make playlists; search for videos; top charts; all videos in playlists are hosted and streamed from the Internet; (iOS 7.0 or later).