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Oddbods Oddlife: Daily games

By Debbie Gorrell, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Silly augmented reality tool helps kids with simple tasks.

App iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad Free to try Education
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This app could be quite helpful for kids who need some fun and encouragement to complete mundane tasks, but don’t expect a reward system or progress tracking. Younger kids will likely enjoy seeing themselves in Oddbods Oddlife: Daily Games as one of the Oddbods, and feel empowered to take charge of the tasks. The songs are catchy and the videos make learning fun.

One thing that’s missing is a system that rewards and tracks progress. This can be especially important for keeping younger kids on track. The initial excitement of playing the app may wear off over time, so a feature that allows kids and parents to visualize progress could help with long term motivation. But not all kids need or want this much structure. It’s easy to incorporate the games on an as-needed basis or as part of a personalized home routine. Overall, Oddbods Oddlife: Daily games is a positive and immersive experience.

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