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Now, is it just me, or are children’s television and literary characters a little bit, well, bland lately? Can you honestly see Bob the Builder being around another hundred years from now like Beatrix Potter’s Peter Rabbit? No, me neither.

Move over Spongebob Squarepants and Dora the Explorer, our childhood classics are now available on iOS and they are better than ever. Hit the jump for a trip down memory lane.

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We have our winners for the promo codes! They are:

  • @applesandomnom
  • @uemeai
  • @dleegrooms
  • @crescenteyed
  • @1stime4mealso
  • @AuntieLella
  • @prudyleaf
  • @Tea6767
  • @tahewett
  • @Arilontong
Congratulations to all our winners! And to those that didn’t win, don’t worry, we’ve got plenty more in the works!

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Teacher’s Pet have brought to the iPad their first-ever educational iPad app, and it’s looking good. It’s a fun way to get youngsters engaging with that age-old problem – how to tell the time. First we had the sundial, then the hourglass, the waterclock and the mechanical clock. Now we have Wilfred, a friendly Wolf, to help us on our way. Let’s see what Teacher’s Pet and Wilfred have in store for us…

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It’s consistently surprising how quickly young children take to the iPad, it’s further proof of just how intuitive it really is. We’re going to end up with a generation of kids who’ll get confused when pinching their fingers on an atlas doesn’t make it zoom out…

If you have young children and an iPad then this roundup is for you. If you don’t then most of these apps will probably be a little basic for you, probably. If you want to be the proud parent of the next computer whizz, then get your child started early with some of these bright and playful iPad apps!

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