Paradise of Insects HD iPad Review

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Your little one can explore the world of insects with Paradise of Insects HD. This is a very cute app that lets your little one build a paradise of insects.

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Your child gets to see how the insects grow by giving them some loving and feeding them. Once they grow the insect you put it in the insect paradise. Which this is the part I really liked. When you put the insect in the paradise it finds it’s home.

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The graphics in this app are adorable. There is a warm feeling while playing it. Very easy to maneuver around. There are 12 different insects to choose from. I love that it gives kids visuals on how insects grow. For example, starting out from caterpillar and changing to a butterfly. Another thing you can do is save a photo to your photo library.

This is a very different app. Yet so very cute!

My daughter is 5 and she loves this app. She loves bugs and we may just even add this into our homeschool day again when we get to insects.

This app is compatible with ipad only. You can purchase it in the app store for $1.99

I also want to mention that today only there is two apps by the same developer that are free today only.

My Baby’s Graffitti – This one is compatible with iphone, ipod touch and ipad.

Baby Learns Antonyms HD – This one is compatible with ipad.

 

Please note: I was not asked to do this review. I received a promocode that was dropped on a group page on facebook for Paradise of Insects HD. I wanted to do the review on my own as I thought this app was absolutely adorable and I felt it needed a shout out to others. I was not paid for this review. The opinions in this blog post are 100% mine. 

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