Types of Mac software for kids

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Juma buys a secondhand iMac for his seven year son. He needs to install software so that his son can use the gadget. However, Juma doesn't know mac software for kids that are available in the market. Help Juma understand these software and what he needs to consider before buying them.

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Types of Mac software for kids



Kids have a bright chances of learning some of the best tools available on Macs. Some of them are – 
  • Painting with Pixels
  • KidPix 2007 Universal Edition
  • Canvastic
  • Cosmic Blobs
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Answered By 5 points N/A #157152

Types of Mac software for kids


Hi Fox,

Below are some of the suggested Macintosh software that is available online for kids' used.

  • Pix 2007 Universal Edition – This interactive multimedia game lets your child create art projects and their imaginative skills will be explored. This software runs in MAC OS 10.1.5 and later version. You need to have a 170 MB space on your disc and a memory of 192 MB RAM to make this application run smoothly.
  • Crayon Maestro- This art simulator allowed your child create crayon illustration and will enhance their imaginative skills. This software also allows kids to undo their project. This software runs on MAC OS

    10.5 and later version.
  • Muppets Beginning Sounds – This music software is recommended for your kids who are eager to learn new sounds. It also has audio instructions and it was created by teachers. This will surely help your kid learn lessons via audio lesson. This software runs in MAC OS 7 and later version.

For the latest software that I listed above, it seems that user should have a Mac OS X 10.5 and later version so that you can install these successfully. The game needs to consider the benefits like the gender and age sensitivity of these downloads to her child. As per age sensitivity, the suggested above is highly recommendable to kid's learnings.

Hope this aids you in your concern.

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