7Wonderlicious Girls App Review – Empowerment and Education

The Adventures of the 7Wonderlicious Girls is an educational app about empowerment. In book format and geared toward children aged 3 – 7 years of age, it can be read by the user or be ” read” by the smart phone or iPad.

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The stories are based on 7 girls who face challenges or want to find a better way to do something. Emotions such as being happy, feeling needed, being calm are discussed, helping girls to empathize with the characters. Science, helping others, nature, using your imagination, the uniqueness of others, math and working together are some of the subjects of the stories. Many of the stories show girls doing things that are considered unique by most standards, for example, a girl wanting to be an astronaut. These stories are fun to read. There’s nothing forced about them.

The Adventures of the 7Wonderlicious Girls app encourages girls by using role models in their stories. They are empowered to try new things, to speak up for themselves, to be active. Since reading is not required for this app, toddlers can get a start on learning about what girls can do in a new way.

Of course, this is an app and won’t change the world. But, it’s a start. It’s also a good way to get mothers and daughters talking, and fathers and daughters talking. My suggestion is to read one story and then discuss it. The opportunities are endless and can lead to girls feeling more empowered in real life.  What we as parents do is up to us. This app can lead us in the right direction.

The 7Wonderlicious Girls app is available from iTunes for $1.19.

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  1. This sounds like something that might be great in my future classroom. I’ve read research that says girls don’t like math or science because of the public’s view of girls in those fields. This is definitely a step in the right direction!
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  2. This sounds great for young girls. I love that it lets them know its ok to unique and that unique is good.
    Great post :)
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  3. That’s a pretty sweet app. It’s important for little ladies to know that it’s okay for everyone to be her own person. Fun!

  4. This sounds like something Madison would really like.

  5. My parents always taught me that I could do anything. I’ve always appreciated that and hope to create the same environment for my daughter. Thanks for telling me about this app!

  6. How awesome. They should make something geared towards boys and even bullying.

  7. Connie Roberts
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    Very true Lindsay. It gets worse in middle school and the higher grades because girls want to fit in, so admitting that you like math or science is tough. Showing that you’re good at it, even worse. We have to change this!

  8. Connie Roberts
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    Staycee, being unique and being yourself is so much better than fitting in with the crowd.

  9. Connie Roberts
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    It was a fun app Jessi. I can’t wait to share it with my friends’ little girls and see how they react.

  10. Connie Roberts
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    Madison is so smart, Lisa. I’m sure she’d love it. She’d be asking you the questions!

  11. Connie Roberts
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    You have amazing parents Kelly! They sound like an inspiration to you.

  12. Connie Roberts
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    Crystal, there may be an app for that. I just realized what I wrote LOL! This company is focusing on empowering girls.

  13. Ok, that is so cool! Wonder if they have anything like that for boys?
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  14. This would be great for my girls. Although we don’t have an iphone or ipad (I am so technologically behind!).
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  15. Cindi ~ Little Yayas says:

    That sounds great. I have a daughter in that age group. Just need the ipad now LOL :)
    Thank you for sharing.

  16. Sounds great. Its definitely a start. I have all boys and nothing to use iTunes with.
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