Beautiful watercolor illustrations, puzzles, and a short learning activity add to the story of Lars, a horse, as he interacts with his other animal friends.
Digital magazine gives kids something to look forward to each month, combining games and learning activities to create a busy, but entertaining app.
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.
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.
Tiger and Elpho in Animal Land is a charming app that will appeal to the very young. The four games provide practice with essential readiness skills as well as independent learning and play.
Engaging story follows Sid the Squid as he searches for the perfect career, but lacks interactive fun.
A somewhat intuitive app introduces kids to the four seasons through a variety of mini games and other fun activities.
Bud’s Rhyming Words gives beginning readers a great introduction to word family and rhyming concepts.
Monki Chinese Class offers a unique opportunity to learn a select few Chinese characters in a multi-sensory environment.
Despite the lack of text, kids will enjoy going on another journey with Laura and her little brother Tommy. They’ll head to the City of Dreams to hunt for Tommy’s missing dog and they’ll need kids’ help to find it.
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.
Take kids on a delightful adventure into space as they accompany Laura, her little brother Tommy, and Tommy’s toy dog on a quest to help discover the dog’s special star in this cute animated story.
Travel down to the swamp and learn about the different plants and animals within, all while waiting for the hiding gator to appear. Don’t let the calmness of the narration fool you – kids will still find the story exciting, especially at the end when they get to find out what the gator has for lunch.
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Vowel Stories for Beginning Readers: Short Sounds offers another avenue of focused vowel practice for beginning readers, young struggling readers, or students who are learning English.