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Dr. Panda School is a fun new addition to the Dr. Panda app series.  My five year old son loves Dr. Panda apps, so this is already a hit in my house!  With Dr. Panda School, kids can explore and role-play as they learn what it means to go to school.

Kids can discover all the different rooms as they explore all the school has to offer.  There are lots of fun interactions for kids, such as: making clay sculptures in the art classroom, growing crops in the outside play area, taking care of Hambo the class hamster, or even helping teach math on the board.  My son loves going to all the different rooms and interacting with the various elements.

One of my favorite things about Dr. Panda apps is that they are open-ended and allow for kids to explore things in their own way.  There are 5 locations to be explored in this app: the hallway, the main classroom, the art room, the school yard and the cafeteria.  In addition to the locations, there are also 19 child and adult animals for kids to interact with – I like how they can play as a student, teacher or parent.  Kids will love feeding Hambo the hamster and then helping him run around his exercise wheel- or even going to the lunchroom and finding their own food!

I really love all the Dr. Panda apps.  My son loves Dr. Panda School in particular right now because he will be starting kindergarten in the fall, so he’s into talking about school at the moment.  I would recommend this app to any parent who has a little one who is about to go to school!

About The Author


Nikki is a retired bookkeeper, starting her second career as a stay at home mom. She lives with her husband, son and yellow lab in North Carolina. She loves technology and gadgets – and her iPad is one of her favorites. One of her favorite things about apps is that they are so versatile – there are apps for teaching kids, apps for entertainment, apps for hobbies…She definitely believes the phrase “There’s an app for that…”

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