Selecting Children’s Media Review Sites

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If you’re looking for sites that review children’s apps, Kathleen Costanza presents a list of multiple online sources that can help you find high quality children’s interactive media in the New America EdCentral blog post “App Reviews to Help Choose Ed Tech this Holiday Season”.  Her list consists of resources, such as Children’s Technology Review, Common Sense Media, Balefire Labs, and Digital Storytime.  Each source is accompanied by a brief description, which gives “a sense of how reviewers choose which apps make the cut.”

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