Free App Friday – March 17, 2017- Practice Those Math Skills

Welcome to another Free App Friday! This week we’ve found some great free apps to quench your child’s desire for screen time, while providing a learning environment at the same time. Today’s apps  are designed to help your child with math and science skills. They will learn these foundational skills through gameplay which will help reinforce what they are learning.


TapTapBlocks is an app that allows your child to build in 3D with colorful blocks. It is very simple to use as you just swipe your finger to turn your creation. They will be able to make unlimited creations and will have free reign to use their imaginations.


SimPhysics is an app for your older children. If you have a child that likes to know how things work and the science behind them, they will get a chance to learn all about it in SimPhysics. With 50 games and over 350 levels, they will learn about cameras, lenses, rollercoasters, electricity, and so much more. They will also learn great problem-solving and critical thinking skills as they test what doesn’t work and figure out what needs to happen.

Ninja Chicken- Tiny Chicken learns Prime Numbers

Ninja Chicken is learning prime numbers. In this app, your child will distinguish between prime numbers and composite numbers. They will memorize which numbers are prime as they slash all the numbers that are not prime. With bombs added into the mix, it won’t be as easy as it sounds!

Measure Length- Tiny Chicken

Measure Length is a fun app that introduces measuring to your child. They will measure the animals using different units of measurement. The app will change difficulties depending on how fast your child can answer the questions, becoming easier or more difficult as needed.

Wake the Rooster by Telling Time

Learning time can be tricky, but not with tiny chicken. Wake the Rooster by Telling Time is an app that will help your child learn how to tell time using an analog clock. They will set the time for rooster to wake up each morning. The app will adapt to your child’s learning level and become more difficult as they are able.