Scott's two year old already monopolizes his smartphone and Android tablet, so Scott wants him to learn how to write and draw using the Maglus Stylus.
This will hopefully mean less re-decorating of the house, as he likes using crayons on the walls when the paper's all used up. That's his son, not Scott.
When he's not helping customers get the most from their Maglus Stylus, Scott likes to mountain bike, hike, swim, and spend time in the park with his family.
A fun app for your toddler to use with their Maglus Stylus. Monkey Preschool Lunchbox comes from the developers at Thup Games. This cool app teaches the basics of colour recognition, recognizing letters, memory improvement and critical thinking, all while having fun practising fine motor skills using the Maglus Stylus.
We know that using the Maglus Stylus can help your toddler to make that leap from finger painting to writing a lot easier. The developers at Abuzz have created 82 Animals Dot-to-Dot a new app that is a big hit with the small Maglus user in my house.
I thought it was time to look at an Arts and Crafts app that children could use with their Maglus.
Trash Toys fits the bill nicely; its simple user interface makes it easy for kids to play independently, together with a friend or a family member and is suitable for children 4 years of age and older.
The developers at Duck Duck Moose have created a simple and engaging app for toddlers – and it’s a great app to introduce them to using a stylus – while having fun, teaching problem-solving and improving fine motor skills.