Reviewed and recommended, these apps are a fun way for kids to learn about our American presidents anytime of year.
U.S. Geography with Flat Stanley HD provides a fun way to learn United States geography and basic information about the states.
USA-Illustrated Atlas is a fun memory challenge focused on facts about the United States. It includes five reference maps and four games to help commit the information to memory.
Mysterious money app sends kids on a mission to keep coins safe while teaching them how to count, add, and subtract coins. They’ll also learn a bit about U.S. History at the same time.
Presidents Challenge is a fun and diverting way to memorize the names of the presidents of the United States in order. Users can choose to tackle specific eras or the entire list at once. There is a blank timeline with the year of election on one side of the screen, and a tray of presidential portraits with names on the other side. Users drag pictures from the tray to the correct place on the timeline. The app also provides a little biographical and background information about each president.
Users of all ages will appreciate learning American history with the Disney American Presidents app.
No need to wait for President’s Day to enjoy these apps, kids love learning about our American presidents anytime of year. We have a little something for everyone. Have fun! Fun & Game Apps for Kids Read our review. Read our review. Book Apps for Kids Educational Apps for Kids Read […]
Presidents vs. Aliens is a great app for learning all sorts of facts about our American presidents. Learn the facts while protecting the planet from an alien invasion in this part-game, part educational app.
Timeline Civil War is a highly interactive tool for those wanting to learn about an important time in American history.
This week we have a strong showing of educational apps as well as a couple of Art, Music & Creativity apps.
Timeline Battle Castles is a highly interactive reference app featuring history of more than 500 years of castles, battles and life during medieval times.
For some of us Presidents Day is just another random vacation / shopping day. But that could also be that I’m not American – so what better way to brush up on my American history than downloading a couple of Presidents Day apps. A personal favorite is Presidents vs. Aliens by Dan Russell-Pinson (developer of […]
What’s My Job is a best app because it teaches young kids about people and what they do in a bright and colorful way.
Hello…and happy Thanksgiving holidays to all!. Here are a few Thanksgiving apps for kids that are popular right now. I couldn’t resist Cookie Doodle – the other Thanksgiving apps have a rating of 4 or above, but I’d love to hear what you think. Cookie Doodle – universal app Thanksgiving Match Game – iPhone / […]
With Brain Pop you learn something new everyday – whether it’s about the solar system, DNA or equal rights. Each topic starts with a fun animated video that is basically cliff notes for kids.