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Colors Lesson | Bubbles – Listen and Play

In Bubbles, a colored bubble flies up. You need to hit it. If you do, it will split into smaller balls. You need to try to hit those too (not always easy). The first three bubbles will appear on their own. Then there will be two or three bubbles together and you need to hit [...]

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App Review | I Feel Super by Mike Geiger

I feel Super is a wonderful story app from developer Mike Geiger.

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App Review | Halloween – Coloring Puzzles for Kids by MagisterApp

Just in time for Halloween I am going to have a look at this app called Halloween – Coloring Puzzles for Kids. It’s a really cool app with great artwork and stuff for kids to play with.

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Colors Lesson | Memory – Listen and Match

The first game is called Memory. It’s a simple pair matching game with a twist. Cards fall into the scene and you can click on one to reveal it’s color. The purpose is to find two cards of the same color. When you find all the pairs the stage is over and you can move [...]

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On cloud nine – What’s the meaning?

Hey guys, I am in such a good mood today. You might say that I am on cloud nine. Now, I am not sure how many clouds there are or who numbered them. However, I do know that ‘on cloud nine’ is a phrase that means to be really happy. On Cloud Nine explained In [...]

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A piece of cake – What’s the meaning?

Hello again. I’m back after a short holiday. I went to Catalonia. It was lovely but I didn’t see that many cats though. Never mind. I am here to tell you about an idiom I learnt over there. A piece of cake. Yes, it is something that humans love to eat. Cake is quite nice [...]

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To be in the same boat – What’s the meaning?

Hey Guys, I am back. I am not much of a sailor. I don’t really like water. I am NOT scared of it. I just don’t really like it that much as it gets my fur all wet. The reason I am telling you this is because this idiom is about being in a boat. [...]

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Let sleeping dogs lie – What’s the meaning?

Hey guys, We all know that cats and dogs don’t always get along. Despite what many people will say, I don’t really have any problems with dogs. I actually like lots of dogs. However, if a dog is sleeping it is best to let him or her lie. In English we will say ‘let sleeping [...]

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Let the cat out of the bag – What’s the meaning?

Anyone who knows cats will know that we love bags. Why we love bags is a mystery to most humans and we will keep it that way for now. There is an expression to ‘let the cat out of the bag’. It means to let out a secret. Why does “let the cat out of [...]

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Fun Chinese expanded to include five lessons & twenty five learning games

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM – December 26, 2013 Studycat Limited today announced that Fun Chinese has been expanded to include five lessons and twenty five learning games. All lessons are available on iOS and Android devices with immediate effect. Fun Chinese helps kids to learn Mandarin Chinese through engaging play activities. It includes five themed lessons [...]

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