Lumosity for a 3 year old

I have a 3 year old and everything now and then I personally use, but I was wondering if there is something similar to lumosity for a 3 year old?  My boy presently attends pre-school, but I woule like to guide him a bit more as far as "liking" education and preferably I want it to be "fun".

Thanks for your input.
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There are lots of so called 'educational games' like the ones here:
The old game 'memory' (where you flip pairs of cards over and try to find matches) should work for a 3 year old to help with memory.
Scientifically (I'd cite the article if I remembered where I found it), the best way to increase the intelligence of children under 5 is direct one-on-one human interaction. Actually, this is the only clinically proven method for young children (so the Baby Einstein DVDs often do nothing, especially for infants). So if you play games with him, he'll get much more out of it.
Ron MalmsteadInformation Services ManagerCommented:
I got my kid a netbook and a leapster explorer for last Christmas.

.... she just turned 4.

...she's already figured out how to tether them together and download new games and features all by herself from leapworld and she is learning how to spell and read and basic math already, just because some of the games require these skills out of necessity to play them.. would be surprised at what a kid can learn when they think they are just playing games...
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My 3 year old seems to get a lot from iPad apps - there is a Dora ABC one that has helped him learn the alphabet sounds and shapes.
All four of the comments seem valuable. I don't know how much you can split 50 points though.

As a side note, here's an article on educational DVDs for the very young. Even Disney eventually agreed that Baby Einstein DVDs are useless (as an educational device).
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