Fun Interactive Learning and Play with My Little Pony Party of One
Disclosure: I was provided a free download of this app for review as a member of Mosaic Reviews. Any and all opinions expressed are my own and have not been influenced.
My kids are big fans of My Little Pony, may daughter being the biggest and she sometimes gets her brothers to watch some of the shows with her. These little ponies has been on so many different adventures and she’s gone with them all along. Now she can have fun with Pinkie Pie and the whole gang with a digital app from Play Date Digital, available through the iTunes App Store. It’s for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.
About the app:
Get ready for an adventure with Pinkie Pie and her friends in MY LITTLE PONY, Party of One, an intriguing new interactive tale about the magic of friendship.
Who throws better parties than Pinkie Pie? Having just finished one celebration, Pinkie Pie sets off to invite all of her favorite ponies to a NEW party, but suddenly every pony seems to be QUITE busy. What’s going on? Join the investigation as Pinkie Pie visits her My Little Pony friends looking for clues.
Bold graphics, bright colors and lots of animations make Party of One an enjoyable and engaging way to be entertained and practice reading skills. Perfect for My Little Pony fans and beginning readers.
- Your favorite ponies are here: Pinkie Pie, Rainbow Dash, Fluttershy, Applejack, Twilight Sparkle and more!
- Featuring Pinkie Pie’s official TV voice in the app!
- Watch the characters animate in playful moments in every story spread
- 17 scenes that come to life as children tap and explore each page.
- Tap on the ponies to move the adventure forward
- Highlighted words to help test and build age-appropriate vocabulary
- Word round-up to reinforce learning goals
- Parents can track children’s learning progress
- Practice reading skills
- Introduces new vocabulary words
- Test problem solving skills
- Social Emotional skills
I love that my kids are tech children and they can use this app on their own. Even my two years old toddler opens it up and he can have a story read to him. It doesn’t replace us reading to our children but I like that he can listen to the story and since he found the pages has animation he clicks on his favorite scenes and plays it over and over again. My daughter use the story mode since she can navigate on her own and she has learned quite a few vocabulary words. The problem solving skills are going hand in hand with her current math sections in school so after she finishes her homework we open up the app and practice some more. It’s a great tool to get your beginning reader to start the process of reading on their own and learning some extra skills. I also think the skills your kids can pick up is worth it. My kids give the app five stars.