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it comes to technology and cell phones. My four year old son can navigate my
phone and play apps that I can’t even figure out. That’s why I started to
incorporate more educational apps into his daily preschool schedule.
let him use the phone when he starts getting bored with the regular daily activities.
I recently purchased the Samsung Galaxy Core Prime Phone for $79.92 (Rollback
from $99.92) to go along with the New Walmart Family Mobile PLUS = Unlimited
Talk, Text & Data. It includes up to 10 GB of 4G LTE and a free movie on
VUDU ($7 value) every month, for just $49.88 per line. (Will also need a $25
starter kit for first time customers.) I chose this phone because of the large
touch screen – perfect for little fingers to navigate and the high quality, 5MP
craft, we hop onto the phone to play a few apps while I set up the next
activity. His favorite learning apps right now are the following:
- PBS Parents Play and Learn – Interactive games and
activities to build math and literacy skills.
- ABC Alphabet Phonics – Teaches kids to learn the ABC’s.
- Bridge Builder Simulator – Fun game for those who like
engineering and building
- USA Map Puzzle-Map the States – Great way to learn the
states and where they are located.
My favorite perk of the new Walmart Family Mobile PLUS is
the unlimited data. I don’t have to worry about the amount of data I am using
each time we play a game or worry that I will have to pay a fee for going over
on data usage. Plus, getting a free movie each month from VUDU that we watch in
bed on our tablet is nice. I am all about saving money!
this post are accurate as of the date of posting; however, these prices are
subject to change. Please refer to http://cbi.as/28aqc or your local Walmart for