Yesterday, I spent the day flying from Maine to Florida with my family. We have a 28 month old and a 14 month old. As any parent who has flown with toddlers will tell you, you pull out all of the tricks to entertain your children on the days you fly. In our case that included as much iPad use as they wanted. There was plenty of Clifford watching. There was also a lot of time looking at animal pictures and videos on the Kids US Atlas and Kids World Atlas apps.
Kids US Atlas and Kids World Atlas are iPad apps that feature interactive maps. It is a freemium app which means part of it is free and part of it requires an in-app purchase. I used just the free parts with my kids. The free parts of Kids US Atlas and Kids World Atlas have an interactive map that features animals. Kids tap on the animals to see pictures and videos of the animals. The Kids US Atlas app features 25 animals and the Kids World Atlas app features 40 animals.
The picture at the top of this post is one that I shared on my personal Facebook page and on Instagram last night. A bunch of people wanted to know where we got the headphones that our kids were wearing. We got them on Amazon, of course!
The headphones are Mpow Kids Headphones. They come in a two-pack which is perfect for those who have two young kids. But the best part is that you can plug one pair into the other so that both kids can watch and hear the same iPad or phone. The Mpow Kids Headphones are currently available from Amazon for $25.99 and are Prime eligible.
And if you’re thinking about getting a new iPad, Amazon still has current generation iPads on sale for $249!