Christ­mas apps to get the kids ex­cited

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There aren’t many sleeps left un­til Christ­mas – and it’s safe to say that the ex­cite­ment among kids is reach­ing fever pitch.

If you want to ramp up those lev­els fur­ther still, there’s an app for that. Ac­tu­ally, there are plenty.

Find one that suits, and the lit­tle dar­lings will be jol­lier than ever – and you may even get five min­utes’ peace to wrap their pressies. un­for­get­table for fam­i­lies for 10 years. The in­sanely-pop­u­lar app is back with new video sce­nar­ios and ex­cit­ing fea­tures like Bed­time Sto­ries with Santa and the Re­ac­tion Recorder – and you’ll never for­get the look of sur­prise on your child’s face when Santa speaks to them.

The Dr. Seuss clas­sic comes to life with play­ful in­ter­ac­tiv­ity, de­light­ful an­i­ma­tions and fun ac­tiv­i­ties. Kids can read along with high­lighted nar­ra­tion, read it them­selves, or en­joy auto play. There are 28 unique games hidden through­out the book. For 13 years, Google’s Santa Tracker has been a fun, ed­u­ca­tional and in­ter­ac­tive way for kids to cel­e­brate the fes­tive sea­son. They can play games with elves in jet­packs, rolling gum­balls, sleighs pow­ered by rock­ets, and Google Card­board. And once the 24th rolls around, kids can fol­low Santa on his jour­ney around the world. To learn more, visit san­ta­tracker. google.com

Bring the joy of Christ­mas and the fes­tiv­i­ties of the hol­i­day sea­son to­gether in this mag­nif­i­cent in­ter­ac­tive story. Packed full of gor­geous graph­ics and sound ef­fects, kids will ex­pe­ri­ence Santa, the elves and the ex­cite­ment of Christ­mas through a beautifully writ­ten story com­bined with en­gag­ing ac­tiv­i­ties.

Ever wish your iPhone were a Snow Globe? Of course you do. And now your wishes have fi­nally come true. This won­der­fully sim­ple app does what it says on the tin – it turns your phone into a snow globe. Shake your phone, sit back and watch the snow fall. Oh, and the kids will love it, too.

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