Piano Ball is a new top pick for the toddler crowd just beginning to explore the iPod/iPad. From developer 4baam, this beautiful app allows children to tap freely on a piano while learning colors, instruments, sounds, and simple tunes. With vibrant colors and beautiful sounds, this app will keep your youngster engaged. FUN EDUCATIONAL APPS TOP PICK
👑 Featured top educational, family and kids app in 148 countries on the App Store! Thank you! ✨ Princess Fairy Tale Coloring Wonderland transports you to a magical land of colorful discovery full of unicorns, rainbows, ponies, castles and even a handsome prince! 👑 Help the princess fill the world with color. As each scene unfolds, new interactive characters and items appear! Each page tells it's own unique story! 🍰 Ride a wild unicorn through the clouds! 🍰 Decorate your room with a magic wand! 🍰 Explore the castle to find cute pets! 🍰 Paint a royal family portrait! 🍰 Use your magic to build a rainbow bridge! 🍰 Meet the handsome prince under a starry sky!
Looking for a musical app that will help your kids to get into classical music
…. Producer Susan Hammond’s award-winning series have revolutionized the way
children, parents and educators approach classical music. All Classical Kids
recordings feature a unique combination of music, history and dramatic
storytelling to engage the imagination and present Classical composers as heroes
for children. Additional composer available for 3.99 US$ via In-App Purchase
Explore the surprising side of color with Color Uncovered, an interactive book that features fascinating illusions, articles, and videos developed by the Exploratorium. How is Monet like a honeybee? What color is a whisper? Why is it so hard to find your car in a lamp-lit parking lot? Color Uncovered features a wide spectrum of cool color-related topics to explore. Learn why friends shouldn’t let men buy bananas. Try your own color experiments on the iPad using simple items you have at home: a CD case, a drop of water, and a piece of paper. Discover how the iPad and other devices create color. Find out what causes afterimages—and more. Fun Educational Apps - Free Top 5- May 14
Kids Painting,The app opens to a blank screen, where a kid is able to choose a tool to use: paint brush, paint bucket or just their finger. An eraser seems more like a white pencil line, rather than an actual eraser. however, is the ability to drop on little mini stickers. The nice part about this is, unlike actual stickers that collect dust, hair and tiny human particles of skin
Food & Drink iPad
The app, developed in association with Tesco Real Food, delivers 105 easy-to-follow recipes, which have been specially conceived to be cooked with children. These exclusive recipes range from fun tea-time dinners such as ‘pizza hearts’, ‘campfire chilli con carne’ or ‘Rice Krispie fish fingers’ to special treats like ‘bacon roly polies’, ‘choux caterpillar’, ‘sweetcorn and tomato muffins’ and ‘popping chocolate orange bites’ to tasty desserts like ‘tropical fruit rockets’ or ‘London Eye tart’.
A fun drawing app that lets kids explore, imagine, create and share. ★With unique sound and screen recording features, making sharing more fun★ ★Product description★ Creative doodle is a unique drawing app for kids. It provides 5 themes, 50 pictures, each paired with a leading question and simple graphic cues. Kids can easily use their imagination and creativity to expand characters and scenes. The drawing screen and the whole process is automatically saved as a video.
What goes on at the Museum? Watch your kids develop their story-telling abilities by creating their own stories in a true cultural environment haunted by spooky characters! A full-color educational sticker book app for kids aged 1-9. The Buildo story continues! The Buildo Museum app is JAJDO’s attempt to turn your kids into cultural monsters. Watch ‘em play around and create their own stories with more than 100 stickers in the Buildo Museum sticker book!
Create your own collage art based on the incredible works of American artist Romare Bearden (1911-1988). In 1977, Romare Bearden created a series of collages inspired by the ancient poet Homer and his epic story "The Odyssey." Bearden believed that “all of us from the time we begin to think are on an odyssey.” The Romare Bearden collage app, developed by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service in conjunction with the national traveling exhibition "Romare Bearden: