Here is a list of apps approved by parents for kids aged 4 and older. Help your children to study the world around them, develop their hobbies, talents, and preferences.
1. Angry Birds Space HD
Angry Birds to the rescue! Help them to free the Mars rover Curiosity captured by villain piggies! It is a collaborative project by Rovio and NASA, so here kids can learn about NASA space missions.
2. Trucks HD
For little car lovers, it is the best app in the world. Learn how different types of trucks work and listen to car-related songs.
3. Toca Hair Salon
Kids can embellish one of six clients of the hair salon. There are many barbershop tools and no limits for imagination! Children can trim hair, color the clients’ dresses and much more – it is definitely one of the most entertaining ways to develop creativity.
4. Where’s My Perry?
The main hero of the app is Agent P, a platypus from Phineas and Ferb cartoon. He needs help to collect gnomes and different spy stuff. To do so, kids will have to bear in mind different laws of physics, like turning water into ice and steam to be able to solve the puzzle on the way to desired points.
5. Cut the Rope
In this app, kids will have to find the way how to give candy to the monster called Om Nom. They will search how to avoid different obstacles. Adults will also definitely like the game as it is really fascinating.
6. Caillou Stickers!
Caillou is probably one of the best cartoons for preschoolers, and this app will definitely capture them. Here they can create their favorite scenes with the help of 138 stickers and listen to the theme songs. There is a possibility to share completed scenes with friends and relatives via e-mail.
7. Princess Fairy Tale Maker
Great tool to narrate your own fairy tale with different characters that kids love.
8. Make Me Smile
Lift the spirits of sad monsters – change the emotions of monsters tapping on them. Toddlers love to play the game and learn different emotions.
9. Hugless Douglas
Here is a narration about a little bear who wanted a hug. Kids watch the animations and illustrations and love to hear a story about Douglas bear who finally receives a loving hug from his mom.
10. The Monster at the End of This Book
Kids search for the ways to turn the page of this interactive book and neutralize Grover who tries to stop them.
11. Ultimate Dinopedia: The Most Complete Dinosaur Reference Ever
Get excellent information about 700 dinosaurs with a colorful gallery and exciting videos about dinos. It is the most comprehensive resource aimed at kids where your young paleontologists can find interesting information.
12. Barefoot World Atlas
Travel around the world virtually with your kid: learn interesting facts about countries and locations, look through the photo galleries and watch videos.
13. Spider-Man AR Book HD
Players become involved in the Spider Man story via several tools the app offers. For example, kids can switch on the camera and see the Spider Man’s eyeglasses on their faces.
14. The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore
A creative and capturing app that shows the power of books – they help the main hero to struggle the sadness.
15. Scribble Press
Feel like a real author: create your own book using templates and drawing tools for illustrations. Completed books can be published in the app gallery and shared with friends.
16. Dr. Seuss’s The Cat in the Hat Color & Create!
A great digital coloring book that helps to create favorite scenes from beloved books.
17. Juno’s Piano
Kids can try to create their own melodies or learn how to play songs with the guidance of the main character of the app.
18. Ladybird: I’m Ready for Phonics
Improve pronunciation, letters and difficult words with the help of entertainment!
Foster interest in the science in your toddler with the help of this app. Kids will learn a lot of interesting things without even realizing that they are actually learning.
20. Super Why ABC Adventures: Alphabet
Kids learn the alphabet with the help of the five games provided.