It’s time to explore Bimarc’s Home! This app is designed to encourage skill building in preschool age learners in a fun, interactive environment not that different than his or her very own house.

Pump some life into geometry with the puzzling fun in Fleixgons. This app puts geometry principles in action with fun, complex puzzles you solve using math principles.

Bringing the holiday season alive for children is so important. What better way to do just that, than to stock your iPad and iPhone with charming stories like Elly’s Christmas for your readers, young and old?

Juicy Math is an easy to use app that combines recognizable images with basic addition and subtraction problems to promote number sense and number recognition in young learners.

A new take on a nursery rhyme classic, Hickory Dickory Dock weaves beautiful graphics, interactive games, and education into an app that young children will enjoy.

Wash cars, fix flat tires, sort and recycle materials, control traffic, and work a construction site in Trucks HD, a fun and easy to use app by Parent’s Choice Award winner Duck Duck Moose.

Based on the PBS show “Sid the Science Kid,” Sid’s Science Fair offers children the opportunity to explore science concepts through observation, identification, classification, and sequencing.

Explore your creativity in the newest app from award-winning developer Duck Duck Moose. Featuring 32 storyboards and coloring pages, interactive stickers, and numerous coloring features, Princess Fairy Tale Maker is likely to become a favorite!

This app appears to be all positives and almost no negatives. It is easy to use, entertaining, educational, and allows for creative expression in all age groups.

If you’ve been looking for an app that can double as an immersive French language lesson for tots, the new Montessori Letter Sounds HD in French app from Les Trois Elles Interactive might be just what your family is looking for.

You really can’t lose on this one. The game is free, fun, and educational. Best of all, it is made for intermediate age kids who often get a little left out when it comes to educational apps.