Little Digits is an educational app that appeals to children of many ages. The idea behind the little digits iPad app is to associate counting on your fingers with what each number represents and what the number also looks like.
All kids love to count on their fingers. This app helps you take counting on your fingers a step further. The first thing you must do before starting to use the app is to shut of the multitasking gestures under “settings”. Once you do this, you are free to enjoy the whole app.Continue reading "Little Digits iPad App Review" »
Toca Boca is one of the leading app developers for kid’s games for the iPhone and iPad. They are known for their fun, creative games for kids that stimulate the imagination. And the Toca Hair Salon is no exception.
Use your fingers to select one of the tools and cut their hair with scissors, comb it with the comb, or trim the hair or beard with the electric razor. Use the magic potion, GRO, to grow their hair longer or back to keep the fun going.
If you’re reading this, then at some point in your life someone taught you had to read. And chances are you did not have any help from an iPad or smartphone. But it’s 2012 and kids today have the advantage of using technology to help them do many things, including learning how to read.
We have complied a list of the 6 learn to read apps that will boost your child’s literacy skills.Continue reading "6 Learn To Read Apps for Kids to Help Boost Literacy Skills" »
They say that Disney World is the happiest place on earth, so it is probably also true that Disney iPad apps are the best apps in iTunes. Well, according to your child they probably are.
We’ve compiled a list of the best Disney iPad apps and you may be shocked – I was – to see that some of them are free. Get it while you can, because nothing in Disney World is free.Continue reading "8 Fun Disney iPad Apps For Your Child" »
The days of peacefully sleeping in the car are becoming few and far between, and now your toddler is longing for entertainment while they’re strapped in that carseat or straddling your lap on the plane. Fortunately, there are a wealth of iPad apps that make traveling with toddlers easier by offering a new distraction and interaction when the backpack of toys has run out.
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The world of apps available for children is ever-expanding. From educational aids to pure entertainment, developers are taking heed of the fact that kids and their parents want fun, relatable, smart apps to play with. In response to this demand, we’re seeing innovative new apps available on a regular basis, and in this post we’ll review a few of our favorite apps that have been submitted by developers to ikidapps.com.
We cannot believe it has been almost 4 years since we launched iKidApps.com (formerly known as iPhone and Kids)! In many of our articles we try to review the best iPhone, iPod, iPad, and Android apps for you in their respective categories. Below you can find all of our (550 in total!) best app reviews as well as a list of how to tips for parents.Continue reading "550+ Best Kids Apps Reviewed" »
Candy Land, Chutes & Ladders, Monopoly, Battle Ship…Just the names bring back memories of laying out on the living room floor with my dad and playing for hours on Sunday afternoons. Board games are an undeniable pastime that provide entertainment for kids and parents alike. However, they’re not always convenient. You can’t play Scrabble in the car, and the dog ate half of the Monopoly money. Luckily, the iPad makes the board game mobile, and with these five super fun board games for iPad, you’ll be playing on-the-go.
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The kids are almost out of school, the weather’s heating up – and you’ve got a house full of young ones to keep occupied all day long. After the swims have been swum and the swings outside have swung, iPhone and iPad art apps can give kids a creative outlet while letting Mom take a break in the air conditioning. Not to mention, the best iPad art apps are an awesome alternative when you’re just not in the mood to wipe finger paint off the kitchen table. Here are a few of our picks for the best iPhone and iPad art apps that your little Monet is sure to love.Continue reading "Best Art Apps for Summer Fun" »
Using the iPad as a platform for family games can be a great use for technology in bringing kids and parents together. However, many iPad games can be expensive, and parents are hesitant to purchase an app that they’re not sure will get much use. However, with this list of the best free iPad apps, you can have your game and play it, too! All without emptying out your bank account at the same time. However, beware that many free apps include in-app purchases, so be sure to turn off your in-app purchases before settling into a free iPad game marathon!Continue reading "Best Free iPad Games for Kids" »