Free App Friday – March 24, 2017- Learning Is Fun

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. The apps we found today cover a wide range of skills your children will need to learn. They will learn about the sun and astronomy, coding, phonics, and healthy eating. There is also an app to help motivate them to do chores. Check it out.

DIY Sun Science

DIY Sun Science is a great app for kids who are interested in astronomy. This app has many hands-0n activities for them to learn from. DIY Sun Science also comes with videos and images from various locations including space to show what the sun has been doing in the last 48 hours.


Do your kids constantly complain through their chores? Are the hard to motivate or just forget altogether? ChoreMonster may be just what you need. Your kids will earn points to redeem for a reward. You manage chores and rewards, and can check their progress. Your kids will need no more reminders.

PBS Kids Scratch Jr.

PBS Kids Scratch Jr. allows your children to play along with their favorite characters from their favorite PBS shows. They will tell the characters what to do by using the colorful coding blocks that give directions. They will learn to solve problems and design projects as they play along.

Duck Duck Moose Reading

Duck Duck Moose Reading is an app developed to help children with reading literacy. 9 different games will help them as the learn letter recognition and phonics. They will follow along with the characters in the game collecting animals to make their own zoo. Duck Duck Moose Reading provides a relaxing environment for your kids to learn reading.

Awesome Eats

Awesome Eats in an app that teaches sorting, stacking, and packing while teaching about farm fresh fruits and veggies. They will have over 60 levels to work with and some crazy machines that will allow them to earn stars along the way. They will learn about healthy eating and get tips for healthy eating as they play.