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[dropcap]T[/dropcap]rying to find great apps for moms or kids can be hard with so many available. That’s why I’ve partnered with Apparoo – the app discovery service for busy moms. Each week I’ll be sharing the ‘Apparoo App of the Week’ with you.
Very often they’ve negotiated to bring you great paid apps at heavily discounted rates and sometimes even free. I’m very excited about this and welcome your feedback on the apps you decide to install.

Tic Toc iPhone

Tic Toc Time -Kids Learn To Tell Time 

From a kid’s perspective, time is a bizarre concept: there are 60 seconds and 60 minutes, but 12 hours… unless there are 24! And phrases like ‘a quarter til’ and ‘half past’ that we take for granted just seem to make their brains melt. 

Tic Toc Time takes a holistic approach to teaching time; a family of beavers leads a progression of fun games that first explain using a compass and the movement of the sun and shadows before logically arriving at both digital and analog time-telling. A good time is guaranteed for all

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Tic Toc Time, an award winning app that teaches kids to tell time, is normally $3.99. Download it here now for just $.99!

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Apparoo. I’m excited to share these great apps with you! 

Up for Discussion: Have your kids learned to tell time yet? Any tips to share?

18 thoughts on “Apparoo App of the Week: Tic Toc Time #KidsApps #tictoctime #apparooapps

  1. This is so great! Hayley is beginning to tell time so this would help so much! Thanks so much for telling us about it!

  2. My daughter had a hard time learning to tell time. This would have been perfect for her.

  3. This looks like a fun game. My son isn’t quiet old enough to learn to tell time yet, but I would love if they had a game like this for numbers!

  4. That’s great that the app encourages learning about more the reading a digital number like so many modern clocks and watches. Love that it teaches about positioning of the sun.

  5. This. is. awesome! When I make it into the 21st Century with my phone … I’m looking forward to educational apps for kids. Maybe I will get there soon. 😉

  6. That does look like a great app for kids. It’s awesome that so many great apps are directed towards our younger generation.

  7. I will have to try these apps. I am always looking to purchase apps so i can pass the time when I am waiting to pick up my boys from school.

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