Timbuktu Magazine :: iPad Magazine for Children

As a teacher, I know what kids are asking for. They want to use technology to learn and play. My 2nd graders are constantly telling me about their tablets and all of the fun games that they can play on them. I just hope that these games they are playing are educational. That is where Timbuktu comes in. They develop educational contents and apps for children in elementary schools (age 6-10).

Timbuktu's apps kindle kids' joy and curiosity, because on Timbuktu Magazine children are encouraged to learn through experience, and to use imagination as a tool to know (and change!) the world. The Timbuktu Magazine app for iPad is just so much fun. It is incredibly interactive and full of imagination and creativity.

Timbuktu is the first iPad magazine for children. They publish 12 issues per year, so it's perfect to make your kids develop an affection for reading and learning. All the stories, games and activities on Timbuktu are based on the Reggio Emilia Approach and designed to help children meet the Common Core State Standards while respecting their personal way of learning. Did someone say Common Core Standards? Thank you for thinking of the teachers too, Timbuktu! Parents and teachers love Timbuktu Magazine, because it's a very innovative, respectful and beautifully designed app.

Oh, and if your kids love Pizza, don't miss their latest app, Oscar Pizza Chef, teaching kids how to make 10 Classic Italian Pizzas for $2.99!

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Buy It :: Timbuktu is developed and tested with educators and children of excellent educational institutions across the country, and it only costs you $30 per year! Visit the app store for more information.

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post brought to you by Timbuktu. Regardless, all opinions expressed are still 100% my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials In Advertising. See my full disclosure.


  1. A lot of the games kids play on the i Pad aren't educational, so I am very glad that this Timbuktu app exists and shows kids that they can have fun and learn too.

  2. I didn't realize you were a teacher ~ Thank you!!
    Kids are drawn to what they see and they see adults using technology all the time. So glad we can appease their curiosity with such a wonderful app! Games are fine, but interactive education is better! Thanks for the lead!

  3. This would be a great magazine that my sister could get for my nephew and niece! It looks like a lot of wonderful activities to do this summer and I noticed the price-it does not cost a lot! Very educational things to do this summer!

  4. This looks like a fun app, my son is only 3 but I will have to keep this in mind for when he is a bit older. He does love to play with the iPad already.


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