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Ever wanted to play with your food? Now you can! Toca Boca kids apps bring you Toca Kitchen, where you cook and play with food for four hungry characters. Pick any ingredient and prepare it in your own way! Slice, boil, fry, cook, microwave or mix? And wait for your hungry friend´s response…
We created this educational app for kids to give the mud cakes a new face, a complete virtual make-over which the kids will love! The characters fearful reactions to different meals will make you giggle. Does the cat like salty fish? Would the boy eat potatoes and greens? Mix and mismatch you own meal with no high scores or time limits in this fun cooking app.
- Four cute characters to cook for - each with their own favorite food!
- 12 different ingredients that can be prepared in 180 different ways!
- Slice, boil, fry, cook, microwave anything you like!
- Professional and fun kids app design!
- No rules or stress!
- Kid-friendly interface
- No in-app purchases
- No third party advertising
Toca Kitchen is not a game - it's a toy where you and your kids get to explore cooking. What happens if you mix a carrot and then fry it? Will the cat like it? And what is the bull's favorite food? Toca Kitchen supports free play for all ages and is a great way to use your imagination.
As with all Toca Boca apps, there are no high scores, time limits or stressful music. Rest assured this app for kids let’s kids play however they want!
ABOUT TOCA BOCA APPS
Toca Boca is a game studio that makes digital toys for kids. We think playing and having fun is the best way to learn about the world. Therefore we make digital toys and free kids games that help stimulate the imagination, and that you can play together with your kids. Best of all - we do it in a safe way without third-party advertising or in-app purchases.
Explore Baltimore Heritage is a collaborative project with stories developed by Baltimore Heritage staff and volunteers. Explore Baltimore Heritage partners include the Baltimore Museum of Industry, Enoch Pratt Free Library - Maryland’s State Library Resource Center, the Maryland Historical Society, the University of Baltimore Langsdale Library Special Collections, the UMBC Albin O. Kuhn Library & Gallery Special Collections and others. For more information about these collaborations visit the project's website: http://explore.baltimoreheritage.org/.
• Interactive map with over 50 geo-located stories (and growing!)
• Historic images
• Oral history audio
• Documentary videos (Coming soon!)
• Directions to each site using Google Maps
• Sharing with Facebook, Twitter, and email
• Search stories and browse tours or use the map to see nearby points of interest
• Historical content: Baltimore Heritage Incorporated and its partners.
• Project Director: Eli Pousson, Baltimore Heritage Incorporated.
• Explore Baltimore Heritage is powered by Curatescape (mobilehistorical.org), a mobile interpretive tool developed by the Center for Public History + Digital Humanities at Cleveland State University.
• The concept & technical development of Curatescape is led by Dr. Mark Tebeau & the Center for Public History + Digital Humanities.
• Graphic design: Epstein Design Partners (epsteindesign.com)
• Software development: DXY Solutions (dxysolutions.com)
Copyright 2012 Curatescape: Dr. Mark Tebeau and Center for Public History + Digital Humanities. Explore Baltimore Heritage content & stories: Baltimore Heritage under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 United States (CC BY-SA 3.0).
Right now, on college campuses across the country, students are being taught that socialism is “morally superior” to the free market system. Professors are using their position of authority to influence and recruit students into the Left-wing movement. And when conservative students speak up and voice their opinion, they are marginalized or vilified.
With this mobile app, students will be able to login to their own Twitter account to send a message blast about what is happening on their campus or in their classrooms. This feature will bring an element of accountability to the faculty by enabling students to “call out” their professor for biased statements in the classroom. This information will be sent to the Luce Institute through a pre-formatted Twitter template using the reply feature (example: @LuceLadies) or through optional hashtags (example: #LiberalCampus).
Students can also look through a virtual photo album of our conservative women leaders and read their biographies, quotes, and topics of interest. In addition, users will have the ability to request a lecture at their campus directly from the app. The Institute connects students with top-rate speakers like Ann Coulter, Michelle Malkin, S.E. Cupp and Bay Buchanan who make a big splash on liberal campuses.
This app also includes a “Guide to the Issues” which features topics like education, health care, the economy, feminism, and the environment. Within the directory of issues, there is a brief explanation of the conservative viewpoint as well as talking points and quick facts that the student can use to defend their beliefs. It will include a short list of resources and links for additional information. This will be a launching point for further research to equip students to understand what they believe and to defend those values, even in the hostile environment of a college campus.
Application also features monthly campus activism tips, Luce Institute news and updates, polls and surveys, mobile enabled website, and upcoming Luce Institute events.