The amount of iPhone apps for kids keeps growing and growing. Aside from fun games designed for kids, there are a lot of educational apps coming out too, giving parents another reason to justify the purchase of an iPod Touch or iPhone for their child. Learning Colors with Vegetables is one such app, that is based on Elizabeth Gordon’s “Mother Earth’s Children” book. Learning Colors with Vegetables combines illustrations with poems as a fun method of teaching children about colors. The Learning Colors with Vegetables app retails for just $.99 in the App Store.
The Laugh and Learn Learning Piggy Bank from Fisher-Price is designed not to teacher your child about money yet, but also about colors, counting, sizes, numbers, animals and more. The pink electronic piggy bank comes with 10 colorful coins. As kids drop the coins in to the piggy bank, they’ll be able to discover new colors and new animals. By pressing the pig’s snout, the piggy will even play music that kids can enjoy singing along too. The Laugh and Learn Learning Piggy Bank retails for $18.99. This seems like a reasonably priced toy to get a young child’s learning skills going. The toy is designed for ages 6 to…