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Beaba Bib’expreso on sale at Totsy.com

I saw this neat product and wish I had this when I was bottle feeding.

It’s onsale right now at www.Totsy.com
but only until 8/2/11!

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With the Bib'expresso you can prepare a bottle in a few seconds, with just one hand, and be certain it’s at the perfect temperature for your baby. The Bib'expresso's unique water flow mixes powdered formula quickly, reducing air bubbles and eliminating hot spots. It comes with a compact, removable bottle and food warmer that can be used to heat food jars and prepared bottles of breast milk and formula. The bottle storage compartment located on the back doubles as a microwavable bottle sterilizer, and holds up to three 10-ounce (300 ml) bottles.

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Alphabet ABC Applications for Kids

Are you looking for an application (app) to help your kids learn to read? Ah, educational and distracting. Here’s my favorites apps that have the ABCs. Oh and P.S. it’s on the cheap!

It’s also a great use for those in ESL (English as a Second Language).

abcABC PocketPhonetics-Lite: letters, sounds & writing
(Apps in My Pocket Ltd.)

Great ‘first’ look at Phonics for kids. Uses three modes of teaching manipulation: sight, sound and writing (tactile).

This is really helping my son develop the relationship between sounds letters make and the words they make up.

abctracerABC Tracer Lite Free – Alphabet Flashcard tracing phonics and drawing
(App-Zoo)

Great fine-motor skill practice. Kids get to trace letters. Has the alphabet, numbers and words.

ABC’s Free
(24x7digital)

My boys love the fact that it sings the alphabet and /or letters by pressing the arrow buttons on the botton of the app. They get to control the rhythm.

Baby Flash Cards
(Dream Cortex)

Helps kids learn vocabulary and practice memorization.

ICDL Books for Children
(ICDL Foundation)

- Old school books for your iPhone. Not a lot of stories, but it’s free.

Parents Magazine iPlay ‘n Learn
(Parents.com by Resolute Digital)

Letters, numbers, colors and shapes all in one!
It is broken down into three ways to play and learn: flash cards, tracing practice and quizzes.

Sight Words Free
(24x7digital)

-It shows and speaks the words.

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