If you were an executive at Fisher Price watching how much fun children have with their parents' iPads you could do one of two things. You could decide you\u2019re never going to better Apple\u2019s device, give up and go home, or you could use it in your own range of toys, to give them a more dynamic feel. Happily, Fisher Price has\u00a0opted for the latter, and has created a couple of products that use Apple\u2019s tablet to keep kids quiet.The first is a new version of its Apptivity case, which keeps the iPad safe from drops, knocks and even drinks spills. Then with some additional cards, and a free app, your little people can have fun using AR to make helicopters hover and fly about via the iPad's camera. It\u2019s simple and fun. There are also puzzles, jigsaws and other educational games included and a pen so you can write on the screen.But more exciting is the Apptivity Barnyard. The version we saw was a little rough around the edges, because it\u2019s not out for quite a while, but it\u2019s a lovely idea. The case attaches to your iPad, which keeps it safe, and provides a barnyard scene that forms part of the experience.There are little plastic animals included, which when placed on the iPad\u2019s screen enable it to recognise what they are. From there, you get to interact with the animals, put them in the barn, pour them a drink of water and generally look after them. It\u2019s aimed at children aged from 8 months, and with Pocket-lint\u2019s little person, we can really see this would be a massive hit.The Barnyard will be available this autumn, and will cost about \u00a335.