I was looking for an iPad app to keep my kids occupied.
1) We are still homebound and cannot go anywhere apart from our own backyard. The Girlie is coming out of chickenpox, but The Kid is fully in it, miserable as, and with a high fever so he's not really up for playing much.
2) I have to start taking The Kid to school with me next week when he comes out of chickenpox. He doesn't have a preschool to go to any more (they don't take kids after 6) but he doesn't yet have a school to go to, either, so he needs to come with me and have something to keep him occupied whilst I study construction contracts and the likes.
Today I downloaded Tayasui Sketches to see what it's like, and, wow!, it actually works.
As in, even on 2-year-olds.
Both kids are enjoying the colouring-in functions and are quickly learning the main menus. Dexterity-wise there's still some mishaps when they try to choose a colour but press on the Help button instead (for that we have a rule that if something's off, lift your finger and call mommy. Mommy can help.)
But still: can recommend it. Tayasui Sketches.