App takes kids down to the depths of the ocean, allowing them to learn about ocean life and have a bit of fun at the same time.
Kids can put their knowledge of the states to the test as they try to set a new record while trying to place them on a map.
Polar Turtles provides entertainment for both kids and adults. Play alone against the computer or with a friend on the same device.
Based on a Canadian animated television show, Oh No! It’s an Alien Invasion: Turret Alert is a moderately entertaining game for older elementary and middle school age kids. Unlike many game apps, this is child friendly with no IAP’s (in app purchases) or unprotected external links.
DreamWorks Press: Dragons will amaze you with its ability to draw you into the universe of the popular movie series, making each experience personal and interactive. You won’t want to put it down!
Simple math games has kids work backwards to solve multiplication problems and beat their high scores as they race against the clock.
Quick Fractions offers no-frills practice with fractional equivalencies, fractional inequalities, and all four operations with fractions.
Enjoy this adorable e-book as the UnStealer sneaks his way through the pages, removing the negatives and leaving only positive in his wake.
Parents and teachers alike will appreciate playMath addition subtraction and young children will learn a lot while having a great experience.
Kids hop on a fish and answer math questions to be the first to beat their friends or the computer across the lake in this simple, but entertaining math game.
Seashores to Sea Floors-the Ocean Biome is a phenomenal digital textbook covering science content for students in grades 3 to 5.
Pines to Vines-the Forest Biome is an outstanding example of a digital textbook and does an exceptional job of covering this science content for grades 3-5.
Monki Chinese Class offers a unique opportunity to learn a select few Chinese characters in a multi-sensory environment.
Join the Numbers League and start battling the villains of Infinity City in this adventurous app that helps kids build their math skills in unique ways.
Blades-the Grassland Biome may well be the ideal digital textbook for third through fifth grade students who need to learn about grasslands for fun or for science class.
Get up-close and personal with the human body, exploring all of its parts, seeing how they’re all connected, and absorbing key information about each body part at the same time in this highly interactive and informational app.
Traditional paper-based word searches get a technological update in this cute app that offers ready-made words lists and the ability to create your own word lists.
Kids build math skills by solving problems in an attempt to lure back customers the Math Monster has lured away in this entertaining bingo game which also offers them the chance to make and serve ice cream.
Solving math problems becomes kids’ special power as they use their skills to build towers and help transform monsters back into numbers in this game that increases in difficulty as kids practice their basic addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division skills.