Welcome to another Free App Friday! This week we’ve found some great free apps to quench your child’s desire for screen time, but rest easy, they will be learning at the same time. Today we have 3 apps that will use your child’s imagination as they create their own stories. Winston Show, Toontastic Jr. Pirates, and Martha Speaks Story Maker will bring stories to life as your child uses their imagination to create interactive stories. EyePaint Monsters allows your child to use colors and textures from their surroundings to create pictures. Astroblast Rocket Rush will take your kids on a space adventure as their learn how to develop positive relationships.
The Winston Show is a creative app that will interact with your child. Using artificial intelligence, this app will ask your child questions, listen to their answers and then respond based on what they say. They will also be able to dress up in dozens of costumes as well as travel to magical worlds. Winston Show is a great way to encourage make believe play with your kids.
EyePaint Monsters is not your average painting app. EyePaint Monsters allows your child to use the camera to capture colors and textures from their world to fill in parts of their picture. They are encouraged to look at their surroundings to find the perfect match for their painting. It is a very simple and easy-to-use app for young artists.
Your kids will have a swashbuckling time with Toontastic Jr. Pirates. This storytelling app allows them to create their own cartoons. They have 12 different scenes to use and each story will have a beginning, middle, and end. Your child will move the characters and record their voice to complete their stories.
Martha Speaks Story Maker allows your child to make 8 different interactive stories. When the story is complete, Martha will read it to them. They will also get the chance to learn new vocabulary words and get quizzed on them.
Jet off into space with Comet and friends. While you child flies through space collecting parts for their ship, avoiding obstacles, and reaching checkpoints, they will also be learning about embracing differences and building positive relationships. Time will fly as the enjoy their space journey.