Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Rainforest Musical Kakamega app


We all have apps galore on our phones, but how many of them are actually educational vs. just for fun?  I have card games, board games you name it, and I probably have it. I have been trying to be more aware of what I download especially if I’m going to have my kids look at it. With my little one, I definitely want interaction with apps so she can learn.  My oldest is 11, and into reading books. I was asked to review the Rainforest Musical Kakamega app  I don’t have anything like that so I wanted to check it out.





The first thing I thought was, ok it’s a book app and a music app? I’m confused, but as soon as I opened it up, it made sense.  “This is a story told by text and speech. Not only does this book have a complete musical score, but it also has a message to pass on to your children. In the book you follow the adventure of two young members of the Kakamega tribe, who find a sick city boy and will try to help him get better by finding a magical flower with healing properties.

I really like this as I can use it for both my kids, one being 11 and the other 20 months. My oldest can read and understand the music while when I share with the toddler I can read to her and she can listen to the music.

The initial part of the app is free. To unlock the other chapters it only costs $1.99. That’s not bad at all. Most of the time on itunes $1.99 only gets you one song. This way you get all the songs plus all the chapters. I personally think it’s a great deal.


I recommend you download the app today and have story time with your kids. It is designed for both the iphone and ipad.

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