Best Apps for Kids

Best apps for kids

Technology… we love it and hate it. It can consume you, but it can also relieve you. So for that reason, we’ve collected the best apps for kids at every age and stage. Let us know if you have found any others… sharing is caring!

Since the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends we hold off on screen time until 18 months, that’s where we’ll start this list. Enjoy!


Bubbles :: Exactly what it says, and yes it’s that easy.

I Hear Ewe (Includes 5 languages!) :: Touch the animal and listen to what sound it makes.

Balloonimals :: Make your very own balloon animal.

Make it Pop :: From fireworks to popcorn bubbles and beyond… make it pop!

Busy Shapes :: When bringing a shape sorter on a plane is the last thing you want to deal with…


Explore Daniel Tigers Neighborhood :: Exactly what the name says… this will guarantee you at LEAST a 10 minute shower!

Toca Boca :: We owe a lot to the creators at Toca Boca :: Some of my personal favorites are Boca Hair Salon, Doctor, Lab, and Band.

AlphaTots :: Learn letters and sounds.

Another Monster at the End of this Book :: Classic Sesame Street… amazing at all they do!

Monkey Preschool Lunchbox :: Interactive, fun and full of opportunities to learn!

YouTube Kids :: A safer way for your child to pick and choose what they watch, it’s full of fun music videos from their favorite movies.

School Age

Minecraft :: Duh

Akinator :: It’s like 20 questions for kid’s favorite characters. He will outsmart YOU!

JetPack :: Think Super Mario Brothers meets trendy kid who flies through the air avoiding mean robots. Got it?

Temple Run :: Still around and still SO DARN FUN.

Angry Birds :: Yes, it’s still here, but you can cater it to your child’s favorite things… Star Wars, Seasons, and Bubbles.

Cake Pop Maker :: Make the cake pop, decorate it and then EAT it!


LOL… No apps. Just texting, snap chatting, and so on. 

Hope this list helps you when you need it the most! Comment below with your kiddos’ favorite apps!




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