Top Educational Apps for Kids
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from Cupcake Digital
This app gives kids 3–6 fun facts about household animals as well as a variety of different activities so that kids can play a different way each time they open the app.
from StudyPad, Inc.
This iPad app is a great way for kids 4–7 to practice math skills they are learning in school and for parents to keep track of their kids' progress.
from Callaway Digital Arts
Endless Alphabet is a playful vocabulary app that uses funny monsters and animations to introduce young readers to a slew of vocab words and is constantly being updated to provide even more words for…
from Bookva Press
Zoo Champs is a kid-friendly, interactive sports guide app for kids 4+ that effectively balances learning and fun. It's available for the iPad.
Alpha Writer combines both free creation and word-building games for kids learning to read. There are four games to choose from on the home screen. The phonics and phonogram games give kids a word to…
Shape-O! ABC's is a beautiful puzzle app that has a nice assortment of options and even a bit of letter learning and spelling practice built into the play. The first unique thing you'll notice about…
from Toca Boca AB
Toca Tailor transforms a traditional dress-up play experience with the inclusion of your device's camera in many of the app's play features. Kids get started right away when they launch the app.…
from MyVijan LLC
Each of the apps in the iLuv Drawing app series provides step-by-step drawing directions for many of the objects that commonly appear in your child's drawings. Beyond learning to draw, the apps…
from Spinlight Studio
Operation Math gets kids building their math fact knowledge and speed. Kids play as Agent Prime, and their job is to complete missions to stop Dr. Odd from taking over the world's even numbers.…
SpellingCity is a free vocabulary app that gives kids a fun place to practice their spelling lists and adults an app and online resource for making custom lists and tracking their child's progress.…