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Sunday, July 24, 2016

PEPI HOUSE Educational App for Kids {Review}

Pepi House by Pepi Play

Meet and greet the huge Pepi family in Pepi House! Join 10 lovely characters in their day to day life. Create your own scenarios, play, explore and have fun!

PEPI HOUSE is a fun and safe educational game for kids about daily life in a household. It’s a digital version of a classical toy — doll house. We’ve spent a fair amount of time playing together in real life and this inspired us to create a digital version. PEPI HOUSE is designed to be as reminiscent to real life toys as possible, but the digital element allowed us to offer something even more.

While playing kids can learn basic home rules, explore daily routines, learn the names and use of different equipment, experiment with various items and discover many new things every day. There are hundreds of items within PEPI HOUSE, most of them can be interacted with and some of them can be mixed and matched for awesome results!

MY THOUGHTS: This is quite a fun, interactive game with different scenes that my child can learn how to do tasks around the household. Although it's not realistic, he can still experiment how things work virtually on the iPad screen. When I told my son, Brandon, that I was letting him try a new app, he was pretty excited and curious. First, we tried the free version, but it was limited to only one scene: the kitchen. My son saw the garage scene and told me he really wanted to play that. I decided to pay $3.99 ($2.99 USD) for the full version of the app.

My son thinks there's a glitch where the car can still drive out without tires. "The funny glitch is in the garage. First fix car then get ready by putting wheels on then as he moves out quickly take off wheels then he is driving with no tires," says Brandon.

• 4 house floors representing different areas of a household.
• 10 different characters (Including favourite pets!).
• Hundreds of items available for play.
• Themed rooms carefully represents real life environment. Each room is filled with various items you’d expect to find in a real house.
• Great animations and sounds.
• Can be played by various methods. PEPI HOUSE is all about the freedom to experiment.
• Use the elevator to move items and characters between different floors.
• No in-app purchases.
• No third-party advertising.
• Recommended age: 3-7

Disclosure:I am receiving compensation in exchange of my review in this post as part of the Mom Buzz Media campaign. Any expressed opinions are my own and personal thoughts.

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Thursday, July 21, 2016

Summer School and Activities at the Park

Little Brandon had summer school. I registered him in art because I know he really enjoys it. I saw the artwork posted in the hallway at the school. All were very creative.

I told him that after school, we'll go to the park and check out the Pinata Bash event to celebrate the opening day of Frog Hollow Neighbourhood House's "Frogs in the Park" program. The program runs every year during the summer months from mid-July and late-August.

Brandon was really enjoying the fun. He couldn't wait to get the candies and goodies out of the pinata.

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Saturday, July 16, 2016

PokemonGo Adventure

This lil' Pokemon Trainer is ready for another Pokemon hunting adventure. We walked around our neighbourhood after our dinner (probably about 15 blocks to and from). It was a nice walk and it was good weather. We did bring our jackets because it gets chilly later in the evening.

We were near 3 PokeStops close together. It was quiet, but when we put down a couple Lures, it's interesting to see quite a bunch of people started coming into the area.

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Monday, July 11, 2016

Fun Day at Whistler Children's Festival 2016

July 9 & 10, 2016 was the Children's Festival in Whistler, BC. Just sharing photos of Little Brandon having fun.

A chance to sit in a police car...

Photo op with Smokey...

Checking out the rocks and gems display at the Britannia Mining Museum's booth...

Free activity: Designing/creating art on a cloth bag...

Free popsicle...

Making clay art...

Free activity: Making stepping stones out of cement...

Bungee fun...

Bubble floating fun...

Sitting on an ATV...

Relaxing in his little robe at the Fairmont Chateau Hotel...

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