If you have kids, I bet your Android device has more than a few apps on it just for your kids to play. I know when my kids were younger they watched a lot of PBS Kids cartoons. One of the ones that my daughter liked was Super Why. Parents that are looking for a new app that kids will have fun playing that is also educational will want to give the new PBS Kids Super Why app a look. The app is an Amazon Appstore for Android exclusive.
The app sells for $2.99 and can be downloaded right now. The app is designed to help kids learn to read with strong early literacy skills as the focus. The app offers the player the ability to play as each of the four main characters including Alpha Pig, Princess Presto, Wonder Red, and, Super Why. The little games in the app allows kids to practice the alphabet, rhyming, spelling, writing, and reading. This app is the tenth best seller in the games section of the Appstore right now.
The game rewards kids with digital stickers for each game they complete and the kids can put those stickers on several different digital pages to make their own virtual sticker book. The app helps the kids learn from mistakes as well so they are playing and learning at the same time. The game will work on Android 2.2 and up smartphones and is 17.7MB.