There are plenty of iPad apps for kids. There are fewer awesome iPad apps for kids. Don’t worry, we went through the hard work of finding, testing, rating and recommending the iPad apps for kids we absolutely loved. Finding great iPad Apps for Kids, toddlers, teachers and everybody in between just got a little easier.
Welcome to 1st Free App Friday post of May. Most apps are listed on our sister site, FreeAppFriday.com. If we’ve reviewed and recommend the app we list it below. Enjoy! view all FREE APP FRIDAY apps Free App Friday Picks The following app/s have been found interesting by the BestAppsForKids.com team AND are free …
Practice solving problems on your own or pit your math skills against other play in this multiplayer problem-solving game. Once you start the game, your skills are immediately put the test, challenging your speed and accuracy as you add, subtract, multiply, and divide.
If you want to learn about fractions, head to the tropics, In Fruity Fractions, kids will learn all about fractions, starting with recognizing equal and unequal parts and moving to identifying actual fractions. As they complete activities, kids will unlock portions of an entertaining story featuring tropical birds.
Discover over 100 animals and their sounds as you tap your way through this digital encyclopedia. Animals appear in multiple formats to make it easy for kids to learn about them in their own way, be it through hearing the sounds they make, looking at photos, or learning some of the more scientific details.
Rough Science provides basic introductory information about layers of the earth, states of matter, and adaptation/evolution in the form of a video tutorial and a hands-on challenge that reinforces a simple concept from the video.
Epic!-Books for Kids offers a handy and extensive library for children ages 2 to 12 for a low monthly subscription fee. Thousands of high quality children’s books from classics to award-winning favorites are available.
Meet Science: Magnetism and Electricity is an interactive, thorough study guide for basic physics concepts in the two areas. The app is informative and engaging, and a great resource for upper elementary through beginning high school students.
Caillou, a character from a long-running television series, now has an ebook! This delightful interactive story will help young children learn literacy and thinking skills as they develop strategies to comfort themselves at night.
Jonty the Dinosaur is a cute interactive ebook that every child will relate to. The main character, Jonty, has a great day filled with exciting and fun pastimes and then finds he cannot go to sleep that night. Children can try all sorts of tactics to help the poor dinosaur get some shuteye, and finally, Jonty nods off.
Presidents Challenge is a fun and diverting way to memorize the names of the presidents of the United States in order. Users can choose to tackle specific eras or the entire list at once. There is a blank timeline with the year of election on one side of the screen, and a tray of presidential portraits with names on the other side. Users drag pictures from the tray to the correct place on the timeline. The app also provides a little biographical and background information about each president.
The Right Word offers several types and levels of practice with a huge list of word pairs and groups that many people find confusing. It includes a handy reference tool, and offers practice with various fill-in activities that force the user to use context clues to answer correctly.
App Info Price: Overview Denis’s Adventures-Animals Puzzle offers 8 simple jigsaw puzzles for the very young in the first level, with additional puzzle sets available for purchase. Users can choose puzzles and play each on three different levels. Once an animal puzzle is completed, there is a narrated information page that offers facts about the …