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Find the best apps for your kids by searching our recommendations filtered by age group. A quick and easy way to find the apps that are perfect no matter your child’s age.

Welcome to the world of LEGO brand- a world filled with imagination and learning. These apps just scratch the surface, but they represent some of the best of the best for children both younger and older.   What’s Here: Lego Scooby-Doo Escape from Haunted Isle Lego Duplo Animals The Lego Batman Movie Game Stop Motion …

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!

iLearn With Boing: Savannah Adventures is part of a multiple app school readiness program that offers detailed tracking for parents and endless hours of fun for kids. Some setup upfront may be required prior to handing the app over to the kids.

Monster Difference is addicting and challenging, loads of family fun; suggested for ages 6+ due to time limit given on puzzles. App does contain an in-app purchase and external links.

Sight Words & Spelling with Pixopop is a fun and engaging way for kids to learn their sight words. Though the app offers many features and a price that parents will like a few improvements are needed.

Whether you are looking to learn world geography for the first time or to brush up on what you learned years ago, Stack the Countries is a fun way to learn about one continent at a time or the whole world.