Give Your Children A Daily Learning Experience! @FannyFoozle #Giveaway #Ad

*I participated in this campaign on behalf of Sienna Entertainment. I received a promotional item to facilitate this review and as a thank you item for participating. All opinions are my own.  

 

 

    As a mother of two sons who are very technologically savvy, I consider it a priority to monitor the apps and programs that they access on their electronic devices.  Since I am an educator, I look for apps that have an educational value and that engage my boys while teaching them something.

    That is why I particularly like the Fanny Foozle App.  This app immerses children in solving mysteries, having fun, singing songs, saying tongue twisters and learning fundamental life building lessons. It is positive developmental lesson set in a world familiar and unfamiliar.

    The main character Fanny begins each day with a challenge and has a motto that she can solve any problem that she puts her mind to. She views the town of Flamboozle as an unlimited source of life-altering experiences. Every morning, she is inspired to tackle the day ahead and conquer any obstacles.

    With each surprise she encounters she finds the clue or the missing word or the out of place cow or answers the question and solves the situation. Sometimes, her friends are a source of help and sometimes they get in her way.  There are definitely lessons there about life and about friendships.

    There is no beginning and no end to Fanny’s story. There are no boundaries or limits to the town of Flamboozle.  Some of the possible setting options include the faraway frabbleodeon feather fields are of course in Frabbleodeon section of Flamboozle. The lessons are endless as are the possibilities.

    The Fanny Foozle ebook, Fanny Foozle Fun app and Fanny Foozle Pop game are all FREE in the iTunes store, while only the ebook is available in the Android and Kindle store (it’s 1.99 for Kindle).  These apps are aimed at the preschooler set which is a very important time developmentally with regards to literacy and language acquisition.  They are a great way to keep your children constantly learning even when they are using technology!

Let’s Discuss:  What are some of the qualities that you look for when you download apps for your children on their electronic devices?

GIVEAWAY:

Our Sponsor is giving away a copy of the Fanny Foozle book version of the story app to one reader of Tough Cookie Mommy!a Rafflecopter giveaway

Disclosure: I participated in this campaign on behalf of Sienna Entertainment. I received a promotional item as a thank you for participating and to facilitate this review. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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Comments

  1. Have never heard of Fanny Foozle before! Will have to check out this app for my son! These days he is more into his Wii-U

  2. Robin Rue says:

    This sounds like a fantastic app. I figure that my boys love video games and some of these apps are games and they don’t even realize they’re learning.

  3. Looks like a great app. I wish this type of thing had been available for my girls when they were preschoolers!

  4. Maria Sinclair says:

    We love looking for new apps especially with summer soon approaching! Going to enter and share the giveaway!

    • Maria Sinclair says:

      One of my pet peeves are Ads on an app OR when they offer to sell kids incentives like coins or extras that cost the parents $$.

  5. Heather! says:

    I don’t download apps for any children. I suppose the only feature I look for is free, since it don’t do it? Not sure how to answer this.

  6. Kurio makes a tablet with built in parental controls. It’s a great product. We have to watch everything we allow into children’s lives.

  7. Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell says:

    I like that it’s open-ended and will offer ongoing play and learning opportunities!

  8. Meagan Bailiff says:

    I try to look for fun things that have learning opportunities, otherwise she will just mindlessly play a game for hours.

  9. Patricia says:

    I like something that will keep my kids engaged. I like fun and learning. I value others recommendations.

  10. Isabel Garcia says:

    Seems like a fun App that will keep kids engaged in learning!! Thank you for sharing. :-)

  11. That looks great! And I like that it’s free, too! If it’s free it’s for me LOL

  12. Barb W. says:

    This looks super cute! Love finding apps that encourage children to think while having fun. Will have to share with my daughter, my grand daughter is nearly the right age.

  13. Looks like a great app! I, too, like apps that get kids engaged and learning.

  14. TouristMeetsTraveler says:

    This looks like a great app for learning, I believe that this app could introduce kids to learning.

  15. I haven’t been as good about learning apps since my kids discovered Minecraft. Surely they’re learning something from Minecraft, right?

  16. Rebecca Bryant says:

    This is too cute. I like that kids can learn while having fun.

  17. Ok that is too cute! I kinda want to play it myself just to see more lol x

  18. JadeLouise Designs says:

    This looks like such a cute learning app! I love apps that encourage learning and are entertaining for kids too! Amber E.

  19. This looks really cute. We love colorful characters in books and apps like this.

  20. Curby Aardvark says:

    The character designs look really cute; it would easily appeal to children!

  21. This looks really great for the kids! I love all of the colors!

  22. Jennifer Williams says:

    We try to monitor the apps we allow also, not only the apps but the ads on the apps. I have had our son get directed to things that are inappropriate by clicking those ads. I will check this app out for my youngest, he is my tech boy!

  23. My sons are grown but I think these type of apps can be so beneficial to kids. This looks like it would hold their attention and enhance their learning.

  24. Almost looks like barney. Ha. What a great thing to get the kids learning, very fun for them to use

  25. Virginia @thatbaldchick says:

    What a colorful app.

  26. Thrill of the Chases says:

    I agree with how important it is to monitor our children online activity. As much as a challenge as it can present for parents, the educational benefits are amazing. Thanks for sharing such a good app. – alice chase

  27. mail4rosey says:

    I like apps that hold the children’s attention but teach them something useful too. This one has some cute animation!

  28. Veronica Solomon says:

    this looks like a fun learning tool for kids. I find that my son learns visually so these would be awesome if he was younger

  29. What a cute learning tool!! I think my blog partner Ave would love this for her daughter.

  30. tessii1 says:

    Looks like a fun reading online tool. My little ones would love it.

  31. Marni Mutrux Meistrell says:

    These look like a lot of fun! A little too advanced for my little one; but we will get there!

  32. I’ve never heard of Fanny Foozle but it sure looks like a cute activity! I’ll have to share it with friends who have younger kids.

  33. Babita@BabsProjects says:

    I make it a point to check out all the apps my kids download. Franny Foozle looks like a great app. I’ll check it out with my kids.

  34. This is great, I am always searching for fun educational apps for my son. I notice most of the apps that I download and end up deleting have little or no reviews. I now look for mom bloggers review because I value their opinion.

  35. mena & taty says:

    Despite kids being so tech savvy these days nothing beats giving them tools that are educational. This us why this is a great find for us. Thanks for the intro

  36. This looks like a great app for my little granddaughter. She is not yet two, but is already interested in the computer, tablet, phones, etc…better for her to have a learning app than watch the fish swim back and forth on my screensaver.

  37. ashj3nt says:

    I love that this app can teach children lessons. There are so many reasons my 5 yr old would need this app, rather than the other nasty and pointless apps out there!

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