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Ansel & Clair: Paul Revere’s Ride does an excellent job of educating children in ways quit multi-sensory.

What's New

* iOS 7 updates
* Higher quality graphics and better support for Retina displays
* Several important bug fixes

App Description

Award Winning App for iPad 2 and Later (not for iPad 1)
- 2013 Creative Child Media of the Year Award
- 2012 Mom's Choice Award

-12 Best Children’s Educational iPad Apps Released In 2012– Teachers with Apps
-Top 35 Must-Have Educational iPhone and iPad Apps Used by Real Teachers in the Classroom – Appolicious
-Best Kids iPads Learning Apps Winter 2013 – Imagination Soup
-Cognitive Kid Changes the Way History will be Taught. Teachers with Apps
-Top Pick - I highly recommend Ansel and Clair’s Ride with Paul Revere. Cognitive Kid has done it again. - Fun Educational Apps
-We endorse Ansel and Clair as one of the best app series available on the market today. – Yogiplay
- Part video game, part history lesson, the app does a great job of integrating the engaging elements of a game with historically accurate information...The game seems like a perfect fit for upper elementary / middle level US history teachers- History Tech
-5 Stars - It is an animated, immersive, interactive, history lesson and an innovative and engaging way to make history come alive – highly recommended. – iMums
-Really great way of learning History. Great app to get and I highly recommend it! - Apps for Children with Special Needs
-If there is a problem, it's that kids will expect more lessons 'taught' this way, and be disappointed that there are only three such award-winning apps so far. Ultimately, the Ansel and Clair apps could certainly be used to demonstrate why schools need iPads. – iPhone Life Magazine
-5 Stars - Ansel & Clair: Paul Revere's Ride is that rarity in the iTunes store - an app that works equally well for grades K-5. It's too bad Cognitive Kid is so painstaking in its research and innovative in its app design as kids really need all 236 years of American History presented in this fashion. – Smart Apps for Kids
-Ansel & Clair: Paul Revere’s Ride provides hours of educational content for children that is both deeply memorable, historically accurate, and engaging. This incredibly full app uses a wide range of interactive, multi-sensory experiences to provide elementary-age children with an exciting, living experience of early American history. – Apps For Homeschooling

Ansel & Clair: Paul Revere’s Ride (video demo at www.anselandclair.com)
-Spectacular interactions & animations, stunning visuals, puzzles & games bring History to life
-Integrated "touch and drag" locator to see maps of key locations like Paul Revere’s House, Boston Tea Party site, Town of Concord and much more
-Mini-games explain concepts such as Boston Tea Party and No Taxation without Representation; 13 colonies jigsaw and “Help Samuel Prescott Escape” maze provide additional context
-Art, poetry, music and puzzles incorporated in a thematic and contextual manner
-Licensed historical artwork of Paul Revere and others from museums
-Rendition of “The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere” by H.W. Longfellow
-Rebus puzzles popular at the time of the American Revolution
-World-class music with period appropriate American tunes

Exciting features
Who’s Who Photo booth reinforces learning with short & fun biographies
Pop-up quiz tests knowledge
Type your own notes in the Travel Log pages
Touch and drag camera to take 15 spectacular photos of key events, places and people such as the Boston Tea Party, Old North Church, John Hancock
Collect and arrange photos in the Travel Log

Selected Awards won by the Ansel & Clair Series
Parent’s Choice 2012 Silver Award Winner
Dr. Toy Top 10 Tech Products of 2011
2012 Media of the Year Award - Creative Child Magazine
National Parenting Publications (NAPPA) 2012 Silver Award
Dr. Toy Top 100 Products of 2011
Parent's Choice 2011 Recommended Product Award

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To learn more about Ansel & Clair, visit www.anselandclair.com

Not compatible with iPad 1-email support@anselandclair.com if you bought the app for iPad1

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App Changes

July 17, 2014 New version 2.01
October 05, 2013 New version 1.2
January 04, 2013 Price Decrease: $4.99 -> $1.99
December 22, 2012 Price Decrease: $4.99 -> $1.99
October 23, 2012 Initial Release

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