Sago Mini Friends is an adorable app designed for young children that encourages creative play with a friend or alone.
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.
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.
Let your kids become amateur aviators and engineers as they build planes, and then fly them through the sky.
Encourage kids to eat their vegetables just like the dragon in this cute story with a positive message.
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.
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.