If you are looking for a Reading Comprehension app with a lot of features (multiple users, reporting and create your own lessons) and are willing to overlook the less than polished interface – this app is for you. Science topics make this a must for the reluctant reader interested in this subject.
Reasonably priced, Mathly Hollows nicely combines education and entertainment. Despite missing a few key features, it is a pleasure to play. This app may be best suited for kids in first grade and older.
This high quality app not only combines two traditional board games, checkers and chess, but throws in an unexpected element of fun by adding dice. Previous knowledge of checkers or chess is not necessary.
Harry and the Haunted House is a cute story about a group of friends needing to enter a spooky house to retrieve their ball. More fun than spooky it should be fine even for young readers. Contains some great features, but lacks others.
Educational Wooden Puzzle Collection is a nice collection of wooden puzzles for toddler through kindergarteners. While the price may seem high it is actually a good value considering the number of puzzles and features it contains.
Happy Little Farmer is a nicely designed science app to teach young kids the life cycle of plants using three different scenarios. A few changes could be made in how things are depicted or how kids interactive with them, but the app is still recommended.
Our second Halloween app list is all about books. We have some old favorites from last year, like Vlad’s Vampire Bats, and newcomers, Frankie for Kids. Included are some classics from Oceanhouse Media, like What Was I Scared Of? by Dr. Seuss and a Halloween themed book from the Berenstain Bears.
A selection of the top rated FREE Halloween apps for kids. Whether you are looking for a book, game or something educational – you’re sure to find something in this list of iPad, iPhone and iPod apps for Halloween.
BeBee is an adorable non-violent game for young kids. The app does contain multiple in-app purchases which could in the end make this app too expensive for many. This iPad only app is a good dose of happy summer days.
Toddler’s Seek & Find: At the Circus is an engaging seek and find app for toddlers and preschoolers; beautifully hand-drawn illustrations and an incredible amount of interactive objects. One scene is free with the initial download; two more available with an in-app purchase.
Straight from the App Store – here are September’s New & Noteworthy kids apps. The App Store isn’t always right in it’s recommendations, but it’s always a good place to start when looking for a new app. Some apps may be rated age 9+. Enjoy! Fancy Nancy Ballet School Kids Discover Space Power of Minus …
An engaging spelling app specifically designed for customized lists only, allows for an unlimited number of lists and users. Spelling: Squeebles Words is well suited for home or school. Fantastic price considering all of the features and functionality included.