Best Apple Apps For Kids

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Wondering which kids’ apps are worth the downloading and which will just take up space on your device? These iPhone or iPad apps will keep your kid entertained while teaching your kids numbers, letters, music, art etc. We have lots of apps for kids on my iPhone, but in my opinion, these are the best apple apps for kids.

Best Apple Apps For Kids

best apple apps for kids

1. Monkey Preschool Lunchbox

Monkey Preschool Lunchbox

Monkey Preschool Lunchbox is one of the best apple apps for kids. This app has one has six different adorable, monkey-themed games. Games are easy to understand, even for younger kids. Games are based on coloring, matching, counting, solving puzzles and spotting differences.

2. Peg + Cat Big Gig

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List of best apple apps for kids have to include one of those. It will entertain your kids and at the same time it will teach them math while singing and dancing along with the characters Peg and Cat. It will help your kid identify numbers, count up, and repeat patterns.

3. Endless Reader

Endless Reader

Endless Reader uses word puzzles and cute monsters to make learning words fun. The letters seemingly come alive and help kids understand them. My daughter loves it!

4. Wheels on the Bus

Wheels on the Bus

Kids in this app can listen to the song in five different languages while reading the lyrics in English. Touch different stuff on the screen to open bus doors, make windshield wipers go “swish, swish, swish,” and make bubbles pop. This is really fun game for young children (and for parents too).

5. Funky Bots

Funky Bots

This fun app encourages and develops creativity, but at the same time it’s just plain fun. Kids play with dancing robots, giving them some dance moves, and then choose music tunes for them to dance to. Good thing in this app is the fact that there is no in-app transactions. I love that. One of best apple apps for kids!

6. JumpStart Preschool Magic of Learning

JumpStart Preschool Magic of Learning

Help Frankie the magician Dog with a learning adventure through different types of games. There are four different types of games, each one of them teaches kids different skills.

7. LuLuLaLa

LuLuLaLa book and app

LuLuLaLa’ is a unique interactive storytelling “Book+App” designed for children of all ages, it has been designed so that parents can read to their children by recording their own voices in the application. Children will learn while increasing their concentration skills by using the smart device to scan each page and by watching the embedded 3D animations. It’s also available from Google Play and Samsung Apps. You can check out other award-winning EdTech series for children on Victoria Productions’ Book+App.

8. Oh No! Santa’s Lost His Presents: The Interactive Bedtime Story Book App for Children

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The interactive bedtime story book with simple language can either be read by the narrator or you as a parent. Your child can identify with the character that needs to helps Santa to find his lost presents. Hurry up and get this one quickly. It’s free until the end of Easter because Santa’s taking his holidays too!

I hope you will find these best apple apps for kids useful. It’s important to find the balance, though, and keep your kids entertained with books and toys, not only gadgets.

24 COMMENTS

  1. These are great apps! I’ve written down quite a few…we’re well past the “Endless ABC” stage, and need something a little more age appropriate for our son. Thank you for pulling this great list together!

  2. I SO wish there were things like this when my kids were younger. There seems to be so many great apps that encourage learning. Thank you for linking up with us at the Best of the Blogosphere!

  3. Great post, after seeing your post I downloaded PicsArt for my two kiddos, they are playing with it. Thanks for sharing tweeting and pinning.

  4. I accidentally read the Android one first and I was feeling left out because I’m an iPhone girl! These are great. I love the Funky Bots one. And Jumpstart. Oh Peg & Cat And Wheels on the Bus would be a hit here!

  5. Oh, my little girl loves that wheels on the bus app. I have not seen the others before, I will check them out!

    Thanks for linking up to Marvelous Monday on Smart Party Planning.

  6. Awesome list! I’m always looking for new apps to keep my little one entertained!

    Thank you for sharing with us at #MommyMeetupMondays!

  7. Stopping by from Tips N Tricks Linky Party! I just tried out the Monkey Preschool Lunchbox on my three year old….she loved it! Thanks for sharing!

    Shara @ Palmettos and Pigtails

  8. I am looking forward to my little using educational apps on the iPad. I will definitely be keeping these in mind. I have a feeling he would love the Robot one for sure! Thanks for sharing at #MommyMeetUpMondays

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