First Words Halloween is a wonderful spelling & phonics app for kids that is both fun and educational.
Four interactive stories introduce kids to the solar system, the desert, the North and South poles, and the entire globe.
Grab your keys, rev your engine, and start making your car your own as you learn all about how it runs.
Make a Song – Gorilla Band 2 is a fun animated book with a musical theme designed for young children.
Lumio Farm Factor does a great job of actually teaching the fundamentals of multiplication and division to beginning students.
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.
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.
Curious George and the Birthday Surprise by iRead With takes advantage of all of the iPad’s features and offers a host of support for parents who want to help their children get ready to read.
School Zone’s Clickity-Clack Alphabet offers an entire world full of entertaining practice with the ABCs. Youngsters will love the illustrations, sound effects, animations and most of all, the make-your-own farm scene.
Simple math games has kids work backwards to solve multiplication problems and beat their high scores as they race against the clock.
Kids learn colors through a cute interactive story, fun color games, and an animated drawing activity.
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.
A simple yet entertaining app, uKloo will provide hours of practice with basic reading and comprehension skills.
Let your kids become amateur aviators and engineers as they build planes, and then fly them through the sky.