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Sound Uncovered

Sound Uncovered

The Sound Uncovered app allows one to explore and understand the subject of sound, via interactive and engaging experience – all for free. The is a perfect app for teachers, or anyone wanting to get a more in-depth understanding of what sound is. The app includes...
e-book for children

Who Stole The Moon? – free version – Interactive e-book for children

* Editor's Choice Award by the Children's Technology Review* #1 among the top 10 most interesting interactive children's apps for Apple gadgets. — Listed by Forbes* 5+1 Stars and Gold Award for Excellent Children's App by Kinder App Garten (Germany)  Bertie is a young...

Speech Journal

Speech Journal is an app for the use of children with limited verbal ability. The title of the application is pretty self-explanatory, in that it is a journal that relies on speech instead of the written word.This app provides parents and teachers with a ton of...
Solve the Outbreak

Solve the Outbreak

Wow, this is one amazing app! The player is required to solve some actual outbreaks which have been resolved by the CDC. Doing this calls for some real "put on your thinking cap" skills, in that the player IS the Disease Detective.Upon opening the app, the player is...
Solar Walk

Solar Walk – Planets System

* Over 6 million users!* National Parenting Publications Awards (NAPPA) - GOLD winner* A Parents’ Choice Gold Award Winner The app is OUT OF THIS WORLD!!!! Quite literally.What kind of 3D solar system models did you build when you were a kid? Do you remember? Little...
Shapes Touch and Write

Shapes Touch and Write

Pick a textured background and writing medium (such as pudding, whipped cream, etc. - all accompanied by squishy sounds, and let your child lose in practicing handwriting skills. Shapes Touch and Write is fun, entertaining and a great way to keep your child interested...
See.touch.learn Pro

See.touch.learn Pro

* Chosen by Apple and installed on iPads in Apple retail stores! * Featured as New and Noteworthy by Apple in iTunes* iTunes Education Staff Favorite This multi-award winning app was created for those with Autism and Special needs, although it could be used for early...
ScratchJr

ScratchJr

Used by millions all over the world, ScratchJr introduces programming to kids 5 and older. With basic snap-together blocks, kids create interactive stories where their characters can run, jump, dance and move in various ways. Also, captions, backgrounds, and...
Roxie’s Doors

Roxie’s Doors

*New and Noteworthy in 94 countries around the world!Roxie's Doors is an app book that combines reading and audio with the well-loved game "I Spy." As the story unfolds, the words appear on the page. Specific words, in red font, are a clue to what to look for. As each...
Reader Bee and the Story Tree

Reader Bee and the Story Tree

*  2015 Parent's Choice Gold Award* 2014 National Parenting Publications Silver Winner* 2014 Children’s Technology Review, Editor’s Choice for ExcellenceLearning Circle Kids has done a stellar job of simplifying and creating a very fun approach to teaching reading....
Word Games for Kids – Futaba

Word Games for Kids – Futaba

Futaba is a spectacular word game, which can be played alone, or with up to 4 players. It is perfect for early learners (ages 4 - 8), or as a fun way to learn a second language. The first player to match the word to the image, which is spinning into view, scores a...
Pocket Phonics Stories

Pocket Phonics Stories

* 2015 Best Learning Apps & Games award from Balefire LabsBefore you balk at the price, read on.Created for children 4-7 years old, Pocket Phonics is an award-winning app, which begins by introducing letter sounds and guides a child through 42 phonics based...
Plants by KIDS DISCOVER

Plants by KIDS DISCOVER

 * Featured by Apple as a Best App in Education, April 2014Plants by KIDS DISCOVER has a bit of everything for our young learners. The app opens to a page of 11 different areas of educational discovery. Yes, the app does a beautiful job of giving the basics of how...
WWF Explore!

WWF Explore!

WWF Explore is a delightful iPad app where kids can learn about different regions of the world through stories. Each adventure includes a group of kids, and their teacher, going on an expedition to different regions in the world. The app allows you to explore Africa...
Pettson’s Inventions Deluxe

Pettson’s Inventions Deluxe

Pettson's Inventions Deluxe is a fun and wacky game that gets kids to put on their "thinking cap." The app comes with 66 very unusual inventions to build.With each invention, you are taken to a page which tells you the ultimate goal of the game. In the middle of the...
NoteWorks - music theory, note reading, educational, musical sight reading, fun game

NoteWorks

If you are looking to hone your note reading skills, this iPad app is the one for you!NoteWorks Free, let's you practice reading notes in treble clef. With this paid version, you additionally receive bass clef, grand staff, tenor clef, and alto clef. The app is...

Match Blitz

If you are looking for a fun and competitive matching game, Shiny Things has the app for you.Math Blitz is a perfect app for developing those “quick think” skills. Test your memory, concentration, and visual perception by spotting the repeated images as fast as you...
Zoo Train: Tracks ‘n’ Trains

Zoo Train: Tracks ‘n’ Trains

Zoo Train is a virtual train set where kids design their own train tracks, place features around the environment and let their trains roll – train toot and all!The app supplies all the necessary parts, including tracks, train cars, trees, flowers, rivers, rocks, and...
Loose Strands

Loose Strands: Unlockable Edition

Roland Bartholomew Dexter the Third is a young boy that is enmeshed in a world in which he and his family cannot leave. Read along as he tries to unfold the slightly dark mystery of who may be behind this entrapment, and for what purpose. It is up to the reader to...

Light Sound HD

Upon opening this app, you are asked the questions: “Why do we see stars even though they are far away?” “How do bats fly in the dark without bumping into things?” It then goes on to say that studying light and sound answers these questions and that at the end of the...