Free App Friday – August 5, 2016: School is around the corner, let’s get ready!


Welcome to another Free App Friday! This week we’ve found some great free apps that will quench your child’s desire to play hours of games during this heat wave. With school just around the corner, use the apps to let them pretend and learn at the same time.

JuniorTube

Are your kids addicted to watching videos? Are you worried they will come across videos you don’t want them to see. JuniorTube selects kid safe videos according to age range and interests. You can even sync with an approved by you playlist from YouTube.  Let you kids watching entertaining and educational videos without fear with JuniorTube.

Creature Seekers: Prehistoric Era- Little Giant Talking Pets

Do your kids love animals? Do they pretend they are dogs or cats? Creature Seekers: Prehistoric Era- Little Giant Talking Pets allows your child to follow two kids as they go on an adventure to find talking animals. Cute animations will keep your child entertained along with 2 mini games in this app.

Sago Mini Friends

Sago Mini Friends is a great app for your preschool to learn to interact with others. They will be able practice empathy, creativity, and sharing as they interact with their friends in the app. They can play by themselves or with friends and make up stories as they go.

Paint My Wings

Paint My Wings is a fun app from Toca Boca. Your kids will paint butterflies. The butterflies will say the names of the colors your child chooses. They can make the wings identical or really create something unique. There are different brush sizes to make more challenging designs as you go and the butterflies may even get tickled. Lots of fun for preschoolers and older kids alike.

Bamba Burger

Do your kids love to eat out as much as mine do? If they do, here is a chance for them to be on the other side of the counter. In Bamba Burger, they will create burgers, make fries, and dispense drinks for their customers. They will get to choose from a variety of ingredients and “eat” their creations. How many combinations can they make?