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There are plenty of iPad apps for kids. There are fewer awesome iPad apps for kids. Don’t worry, we went through the hard work of finding, testing, rating and recommending the iPad apps for kids we absolutely loved. Finding great iPad Apps for Kids, toddlers, teachers and everybody in between just got a little easier.


ABA DrOmnibus Home is an outstanding app designed to help autistic children and those with similar conditions practice early social, language, attention, cognition, and comprehension skills. The exercises are plentiful and appropriate for the target audience, and the app includes an excellent scaffolding system to help children feel successful while they build skills.

The Tune Zoo is a fantastic music app that is highly versatile and enjoyable. It allows users to design and even record unique musical creations across a wide range of styles and sounds, and even teaches many music fundamentals along the way with an outstanding, hands-on style that will appeal to even experienced musicians.

Ant and Grasshopper is a classic kids story that teaches children great life lessons in a fun storybook app. This app is not recommended for young children as it includes unprotected links and advertisements.

Super Yoga Bedtime is the perfect app to help children wind down from the day and get relaxed and ready for bed. With a superhero theme, yoga practices, and calming guided visualizations, this app is great for children of all ages.

Getting excited about science is a whole lot easier than it used to be. Now, instead of laboring over a text-heavy book, students and parents can use interactive apps to learn science in a fun and educational way. Here’s our list of the very best iPad apps for teaching kids about science.  3D Brain Rotate …

Matching! My First Brain Training offers children the opportunity to see and hear letters, numbers, and colors in four languages, then play a matching game based on choosing a response that includes the targeted three attributes. The game seems difficult for young children, and could use some tweaks to make it more entertaining.

Updated October 2017 Ah, high school…sometimes we adults look back on it through rose colored glasses with our fond memories, but today’s students will be quick to tell you that it can be very stressful and involves a lot of hard work. Fortunately, there are many apps that can ease the load and make studying …

Peekabox-Forest: Flashcards takes flashcard learning into the digital era with fun activities, videos, and interactive illustrations that children will love. This app is educational, entertaining, and easy to use for children of all ages.

One of the most exciting new features of Apple’s iOS 9 software is the Split Screen multitasking. For productivity lovers like myself, it has to be one of the best additions yet. Imagine being able to get more things done in less time. Isn’t that everyone’s wish? In fact, in today’s world, it is a …

NextGen Maths is a specialized app that will provide supplemental review of basic arithmetic concepts and limited practice questions and problems. It is especially well-suited for visual learners with strong reading skills.

Astro Nora: Addition & Subtraction Maths for 4-7 Year Olds is a fun and simple app that provides practice on addition and subtraction from basic combinations through problems with three digits and regrouping. Children are likely to enjoy the app’s theme and reward system for a bit, but may tire of it quickly.